Villa d'Amato Hotel

Address: Via Messina Marina 178 / 180 , Sicily, 90121, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Messina Marina 178 / 180 , Sicily.
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Travel Blogs from Sicily

Farmstay, Parco Statella & Restaurant

A travel blog entry by ceesadventures on May 28, 2015

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... people travel a long way for just the restaurant - delicious. All local food and wine produced here. The farmstay is owned by 3 sisters.

I would have loved to stay a few days here as the property was beautiful, and the perfect spit for a picnic.





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Volcano

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on May 18, 2015

9 photos

... Ferries speeding in and out of the port were loading tourists on and off the Island faster than the restaurants could cope. Maybe as a result of the bad seas yesterday they were playing catch up but that was no use to us as we had set our hearts on a big pizza and glass of wine. No luck so we head to the supermarket to cook on board again - not all bad as we had ...

Taormina, Stomboli and Lipari

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on May 17, 2015

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A 5pm departure and we arrive at two am after a long 19 hour motor along the toe of the boot. Our first sites of Sicily were very disappointing as very built up and congested on the west coast. No wind but swelly seas left over from the big blow from the previous day so Unfortunately a quick look around the bay of Taormina and we realise there is no where safe to stay and the Bouys that were supposed to be there are not visible. ...

Aeolian Islands Adventures

A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 15, 2014

2 comments, 41 photos

... olives, homemade chilli crostini, bruschetta served on thin crisp garlic oiled rounds of roll, and small thin rectangles of parmigiana reggiano, drizzled with thick balsamic and eaten with toothpicks. We had to have the second negroni just to polish off all the nibbles! Then we didn't need dinner, so just had a nice glass of Nero D'Avola to finish (us) off! We've eaten some wonderful Sicilian seafood meals too - it hasn't all been liquid! It's now Friday, and last night we dined ...

Goodbye Sicily, we will miss you

A travel blog entry by casanapoli on Oct 06, 2014

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After a rushed start we arrived safely at Catania airport with plenty of time to spare - thank you Mt Etna for not erupting or billowing clouds of ash into the atmosphere so we could depart on time! There was a bit of excitement as we were getting onto the plane . We watched the police penitenziari van roll up and three police get out (in plain clothes) then open up the Bach and a great hulk of a man fumble out ...