It comprises more than 80 communes, most of which have some wonderful apartments to offer. Villas Palermo province can provide are very comfortable and there is a large variety of different types of accommodation in Palermo, so you will surely find the perfect one which will suit all your needs and requirements. Whether you stay in the capital city, also called Palermo, or other towns in the province, you will have the perfect holiday base from where to set off on your sightseeing trips. Stay in one of the beautiful holiday homes Palermo province holds available for you and you will be close to many wonderful historic attractions.
Favourite Destinations (Palermo (province))
Explore the enchanting towns of the province Palermo
The town of Alia portrays some outstanding natural beauty. In the commune of Sclafani Bagni are some pretty old churches. The commune is home to the Mother Church of Santa Maria Assunta and the ruins of a medieval castle. You can also use the convenience of staying in the holiday homes Palermo offers to enjoy a trip into Santa Cristina Gela, which is known for its gastronomic delights, including cheese and different meats from the local farms. The Italo-Albanian inhabitants are known for their agricultural traditions. The hillside town of Bisacquino will amaze you with its fertile lands and you will enjoy sight of the diverse orchards over here. You can also use the time you spend in the apartments of Palermo province to enjoy the ancient town of Bagheria. On top of that, you can admire the coastal views of Alta Villa Milicia from several of the pretty apartments Palermo province holds available for you. There are palaces, churches, museums and some wonderful opera houses in the area for you to tick off your sightseeing list.
The unbeatable charm of Palermo city
Palermo city is one of the top tourist destinations within Italy- and for good reasons, for it is rich in history, culture and famous for its music and vibrant nightlife. The colourful markets of Palermo are very popular with tourists, so you could choose a self-catering holiday home Palermo city offers and cook up a storm with fruits, vegetables or fresh fish from the local markets. Do not miss the magnificent Palermo Cathedral or the red-domed church of St. John of the Hermits. Have a look at Palermo's city walls or go visit the Capuchin Catacomps. Alternatively, spend some time sunbathing on the beach. Whatever you decide on doing in Palermo, you will definitely appreciate the architecture and charming atmosphere within the city.