from 48 per night

Stella di Mare Residence

Apartments near the beach in Marsala, Trapani, Sicily

In the holiday region: Sicily, Marsala

Stella di Mare Residence

Marsala

Apartments near the beach in Marsala, Trapani, Sicily

In the holiday region: Sicily, Marsala

6
pers.

75 m²
liv. area

3
bedr.

from 335 per week
equates to  48 per night
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  • good equipment
  • For over 6 years online
  • Added 8 times to wish list

Descriptions

The Holiday home

Stella di Mare Residence lies on the wonderful seaside of Marsala on the West Coast of Sicily. At only 250 mt from the sandy beach of Marsala, Stella di Mare Residence is at only 4 km far from the city centre. Surrounded by trees, vivid geranium and sweet-smelling jasmine and orange flowers , The Residence offers to its guests an atmosphere rich in main buildings, four apartments for each, two on the ground floor and two on the second one.
Eight furnished and best equipped apartments , automatic gate, garden, private parking each one with private 200 meters from the sea, Stella di Mare Residence is located in a quiet residential area. A few meters away from the residence, from June to September, a stocked mini market for basic necessities such as fresh bread, fruit, vegetables, eggs etc. ... lidos and beach, bars, pizzerias and restaurants at only 250 meters. At 600 meters a supermarket with its own butchery.
From June to September, just in front of the Residence, a bus stop at fixed times to connect the area to the shores of the historic center of Marsala.
Marsala offers to its tourists a wide range of possible tourisms: relaxing holidays by the sea, nature tourism, historical-archaeological tourism and eno-gastronomic tourism.

rooms and facilities


max. 6

75 m²
 
 

Wifi

Bedroom

  • total number: 3
  • 2 double bedroom(s)
  • 1 other sleeping rooms

Bathrooms and WCs

  • total number: 1
  • 1 bathrooms with shower

exterior facilities

  • balcony
  • garden
  • parking space

interior facilities

  • kitchen unit

Equipment

  • bedding
  • TV
  • towels
  • washing machine
  • crib
  • Wifi
  • hairdryer

Kitchen facilities

  • 4 ring stove
  • freezer
  • fridge
  • baking oven
  • silverware
  • drinking glasses
  • dishes
  • extractor fan

Services

  • babysitter
  • chauffeur
  • guide

Other

  • long term rental possible
  • pets welcome
  • suitable for seniors
  • children welcome
location
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Arrival and distances

    • beach: 0.2 km
    • distance to next shop: 4 km
    • restaurant: 0.2 km
    • centre of the village: 4 km
    • bus station: 0.1 km
    • distance to next airport: Trapani-Birgi - 20 km
    • distance to next railway station: Marsala - 4 km
    • distance to next motorway: Mazara del Vallo - 16 km

Sport facilities nearby

  • fishing
  • canoeing
  • swimming
  • sailing
  • surfing
  • diving
  • surfing

location and surroundings of object

The Residence is located in a quite area at only 250 mt from the sandy beach of Marsala and at only 4 Km from its city center. On foot you can go to bars,free beaches or private ones, restaurants and pizzeria band mini market. Moreover, from the residence you can organize daily excursion to Favignana and Egadi island( 30 minutes), Mothia, the medieval city of Erice, the temples of Selinunte and Segesta,Trapani,Palermo,Agrigento, Sciacca and many others interesting places. Marsala is a town of 77,013 inhabitants in the Province of Trapani on the west coast of Sicily, it is the fifth most populous city in Sicily. in its 250 square miles of extension Marsala has a rich cultural heritage and landscape.
To reach the city you need to take the highway A29 dir. Marsala is served from Trapani-Birgi Airport, with daily connections to Rome and Milan and other major cities, distant about 13 km from the city center.
The city lies on Cape Boeo, overlooking the Egadi Islands and the islands of the Lagoon (the latter part of the municipality). Just the islands of the Lagoon is one of the most beautiful areas of the city, being a nature reserve and having a rich historical heritage. Mothia (one of these islands) was in fact a Phoenician settlement that gave rise to the present-day city. In fact, when the Syracusans were able to conquer Mothia after countless sieges the survivors founded, together with the new Roman masters, Lilybeo just where today stands Marsala.
Marsala is developed around the two main roads of the original Phoenician and Roman, the cardo and the decumanus (now Via XI May, otherwise known as the "formwork"), which cross the center of the city, linking the four ancient entrances, two of which still exist: Porta Nuova, was rebuilt in 700, and Porta Garibaldi, the former holder of the sea, that the May 11, 1860 saw the passage of the thousand who came to Marsala.
This quadrangle, surrounded by ancient city walls of which there are only two ramparts and a fortress, contains the old town, with the sixteenth-century Spanish Quarter, which today houses the offices of the City; Palazzo VII April, built between '500 and ' 600 where previously there was the Loggia dei Pisani, now the seat of the City Council; the Cathedral, with its impressive baroque façade that was rebuilt in 1600 but has a Norman plant built 1176 and it is dedicated to St. Thomas of Canterbury; the monastery century St. Peter's, in the old Jewish quarter; the medieval Convent of the Carmine and many other churches, monasteries, noble palaces of great historical, artistic and architectural heritage, built mostly between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries.
A small building adjacent to the main church houses the Tapestry Museum, which is exposed to a sequence of eight beautiful Flemish tapestries dating around 1570, which tells the story of the Roman-Jewish war in '66 AD
In recent years, the historical center of Marsala was the subject of a work of restoration and enhancement that has returned to the city much of its ancient splendor and usability of important buildings, such as the monumental complex of San Pietro, now the Museum and a multi-cultural center, and as the Convento del Carmine which now houses the Municipal Art Gallery.
The interventions were also allowed to reopen the Royal Municipal Theatre, built in 800 on the initiative of some noble Marsala. The theater, a small jewel with 300 seats in the stalls, boxes and a gallery was opened in 1994 and named after the composer Eliodoro Sollima.
Of great attraction is the "reserve Stagnone" where there are salt marshes.

Prices

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rental price: from  335 per week equates to  48 per night

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inclusive services

This price includes the cost of Cleaning .

Advice by the landlord

check-in: 13:00, check-out: 10:00

rental deposit: 30 % at time of booking

additional information about rental price:

Please contact us to receive more information and final price for the renting.

additional information

The way of the Sea: Marsala 'was for years the European Blue Flag for its clean sea and functionality of services. The coastline stretches on the south side to the City of Petrosino (10 KM); the side north to-Birgi Marausa (15 KM). The residence is located on the south coast where the beaches are sandy and a few meters with some bathing establishments. Da Capo Boeo, the tip of Italy, one can see the Egadi Islands (Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo), reached by hydrofoil from Marsala. The 'Via del Mare' makes a stop in the marina, with almost 200 boats, and commercial port that receives a fleet mainly dedicated to fishing for tuna and swordfish. For water sports must move from Cape Boeo towards the Lagoon. Here you can admire the spectacle offered throughout the year by canoes, surf, kite, and sailboats. The wind, in the shallow waters of the lagoon, facilitates these sports.

The Way of the Wine: Marsala, Garibaldi city, has an ancient, unbreakable relationship with wine: the Marsala noble and generous, the more 'old of Italian DOC wines, discovered by the Englishman John Woodhouse in 1773. The Wine Route, impressive in its path, passing through vineyards that stretch as far as the eye and makes a stop in small and large companies that have marked the history of the city ', as well as in wine cooperatives which produce and bottle the table and dessert wines . Also worth a visit the workshops of master coopers, heirs of a craft which unfortunately is now in danger of disappearing. Inland meet the beams, ancient remains of civilization 'rural farming area in Marsala that create an intense relationship between past and present. Recommended routes to tourism lovers: History and Archaeology, and Saline Islands, Ports and beaches, Crafts and Traditions, and 'Food and Wine, the city's relationship with the wine of his land is indissoluble.

The Salt Road: Just outside Marsala, along the coastal road in the direction of Trapani, meet the salt pans and windmills, the Stagnone lagoon with its beautiful sunsets. The 'Salt Road' through the natural reserve of the Lagoon, including tanks that reflect the colors of the sky and white mountains of salt covered with tiles.
The lagoon and the islands of the Lagoon are a great natural reserve of great environmental value. The bass and warm waters are home to many species of fish and shellfish, and a rich aquatic vegetation.
In the Lagoon, including the salt pans and windmills, find shelter and refreshment herons, ducks, plovers, coots and cormorants.

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last updated on: 04/28/2019

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Landlord

6
pers.

75 m²
liv. area

3
bedr.

from  335 per week
equates to  48 per night

contact data

MRS. S. MARTONE

we speak English, French, Italian

0039(0) 3899797855

0039(0) 3899797855

listing # 54105 at www.tourist-paradise.com

Mrs. S. Martone
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from 335 per week
equates to  48 per night
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Landlord

Mrs. S. Martone

we speak English, French, Italian

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  • good equipment
  • For over 6 years online
  • Added 8 times to wish list

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