In the most quiet and exclusive island of Favignana, one of the most breathtaking sunsets overlooking the Mediterranean island of Marettimo, Borghetto consists of 3 independent houses and a villa all with air conditioning and garden patio equipped rented individually or all structure.Favignana is known for its beautiful crystal clear water, white sand beaches, its caves where the stone was extracted with which are built all three houses on the property. Precious stone amber reflections used since ancient times for its malleability and color purity, orgine sedimentary calcareous is rich in fossils that make it unique because each block racciude what once was the sea.The property has undergone a careful restoration to maintain the spirit of the Sicilian tradition and island. The floors are made of tiles recovered during years around the Sicilian markets, as do the furniture.The house sleeps 2 to 4 people, is composed of a living room with kitchenette 1bedrooms a bathroom and outdoor patio. The house built in fossil tufa typical of the island with the feature to keep the temperature always fresh, and ceilings with wooden beams, is composed of a living room, a double bedroom and a bathroom with shower and dressing room and refrigerator bar.Possibilità on-site activities, by reservation: boat trips, rent bikes, fishing, boat rental, cooking classes, and food and wine tourism, diving trips, archaeological tours on the island and neighboring islands, and in Trapani.The price quoted corresponds to the rent of one house for 2 people.Villa: two levels two bedrooms 2 bathrooms plus a triple living room where you can put two beds or a double bed plus a sofa bed for one and a half can accommodate up to 6/7 adultshouse from 4: two big rooms and a bathroom, the second room can be living kitchen or bedroom plus living room 2/4house from 3: double bedroom plus other room, 2/3 placeshouse from 2: bedroom plus living room.propose something extraordinary, a trip to everyone in a sea all Italian, who may try to find beauty in who knows what part of the world.The Phoenicians called Katria, Latinos eGate, the Greeks Aegusa ("the island of goats") for the amount of wild goats that grazed the island. But, in addition to the goats, there were other wild animals: rabbits, pigs, and donkeys. Legend has it that Aegusa was a nymph who lived on the island.
|Space offered||Entire place|
|Bed type||Real bed|