Villa Trigona

Via Santa Croce, Piazza Armerina, Sicily, 94015, Italy | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa, located on Via Santa Croce, Piazza Armerina, is near Villa Romana del Casale, Casa di Verga, and Villa Imperiale.
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    Travel Blogs from Piazza Armerina

    We are in Sicily

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... An enchanting town, reminiscent of an Amalfi coast resort town, Taormina has been a popular tourist destination since the 19th century, seducing writers and artists, aristocrats and royalty. With its extraordinary setting on the side of a mountain, the town offers stunning views of the coast and Mount Etna volcano. Throughout the hill town there are remnants of the Greek and Romans, a charming medieval quarter and castle ruins. Much of the town center is ...

    Settling in in Linguaglossa

    A travel blog entry by suzannevalle on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... it imposes it..... Like a Molopo in Italy..... With no wifi and the peace and quiet, all we can do is faciamo relax.....

    Monday was another shopping day as we promised the girls we could find H&M, they bought quite few reasonably priced things there last time we were in Italy. Highlight of the trip was finding and eating arancini! Balls made of risotto, filled with ragu / mozzarella, crumbed and deep ...

    A grand old roman villa

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... in the 12thC totally covering the villa and its out buildings ensured that the Villa was preserved virtually intact till excavations began in the early 1900's.

    While the magnificence of the estate is obvious, it is the mosiacs that are responsible for its listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was estimated that there are over 4200 sq yards of mosiacs. It is as large as it sounds! Each and every room had mosiacs on the ...

    Sicily

    A travel blog entry by wardtrip on May 31, 2014

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    ... the indoor activities. On the 1st full day that we had in Sicily we explored Ortigia, the town that we were staying in. We also went to the Fresh Produce Market to buy lunch. After lunch we slouched around until 6pm and headed out for more exploring. At 7pm we went to a restaurant called the La Osteria which had the best food in Italy! According to me.

    On the 2nd full day that we had in Sicily it was Lucy’s birthday so we went to 3D Movie of the ...

    The valley of theTemples.

    A travel blog entry by ianandjackie on May 25, 2014

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    Cyclists competing in the Tour de France get a day off to rest their weary limbs. In our case Ian gets to do his washing ( which he has been looking forward to for days) and Richard gets to visit the Valley of the Temples. Cycling without panniers was a boon but inevitably there was a10% gradient thrown in just to keep us on our toes. The Agrigento site is huge and the Temple of Concord is the best preserved Greek temple outside modern Greece. The new city is ...