The apartment is located 700 meters from the famous Mondello beach on the BASEMENT FLOOR of a building located in viale Cavarretta.
The apartment is a three-room apartment consisting of a kitchen - living room with a sofa bed for one and a half square, a bedroom with a double bed, a second bedroom with 2 single beds that can form a double bed, a bathroom with shower tray and a laundry room.
The apartment is fully furnished and equipped with towels and bed linen.
Mondello (in Sicilian Munneddu) is a fraction and tourist resort of Palermo, enclosed by Monte Pellegrino and Monte Gallo.
The area is renowned for the beach, which represents one of the most coveted beaches in Sicily, for its numerous Art Nouveau villas, known as the best expression of Art Nouveau in Italy, and for the sites of historical interest. It is home to the World Festival on the Beach.
Mondello has many accommodation facilities, numerous nautical clubs and exclusive clubs, restaurants, shops, a marina and an ancient bathhouse, one of the symbolic monuments of the city. During the summer period, various services are offered, for example, on the rental of cabins or on season tickets to access private fractions of the beach.
Mondello is characterized by a sandy gulf with tropical colors that goes from Monte Pellegrino to Monte Gallo, with a coast of fine white sand nowadays just over 1,5 kilometers long.
The landscape is influenced by the Capo Gallo oriented nature reserve and the Monte Pellegrino reserve, defined by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe as "the most beautiful promontory in the world".
There is also one of the most beautiful galleries of ficus benjamina in the city of Palermo. The gallery is located in viale degli Iris, in the stretch between viale Principe di Scalea and viale del Pioppi, not far from the Valdesi square behind the police station.
King Ferdinand of Bourbon called Mondello "a corner of earthly paradise"
Palermo is an Italian town of 678 492 inhabitants, capital of the homonymous province and of the Sicilian Autonomous Region.
The city is known for its history, culture, architecture and multi-millennial gastronomy, a meeting point between cultures, which has invested an important role in the history of the Mediterranean and Italy. Founded as a port city by the Phoenicians between the seventh and sixth centuries BC. C., has always been a commercial and cultural node between the West and the East, therefore the most important strategic point in the center of the Mediterranean.
The Arab-Norman Palermo site and the cathedrals of Cefalù and Monreale, which includes several monumental assets located in the city, in 2015 was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco
For cultural, artistic and economic reasons it is the main city in the Euro-Mediterranean region, as it was one of the largest cities in the Mediterranean and is today among the main tourist destinations in southern Italy and Europe, as well as among the destinations of the mare nostrum busiest by cruise ships.
The historic center and the adjacent suburbs retain a vast artistic and architectural heritage in Art Nouveau style that make Palermo the capital of the Art Nouveau style
The largest number of monuments in the city are located within the historic center; others are distributed throughout the Palermo area: historic villas, watchtowers, tuna traps, rock graffiti, ancient churches or noble palaces.
The Arab-Norman residences, the cath cathedral of Monreale and that of Cefalù, were included in the list of world heritage sites by UNESCO on 3 July 2015.
The 8 buildings in Palermo that have this recognition are
The Palazzo dei Normanni with the Palatine chapel
The Church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti
The Martorana Church
The Church of San Cataldo
The Admiral's bridge
Furthermore, Palermo is the first city in Europe for street food.
In fact, it is possible to taste many delicacies such as: the sandwich with the spleen, the sandwich with panelle and crocchè and the arancine.