Located in Marsala, Villa Marrone offers guests air-conditioned flats with a terrace and a garden.
Featuring free WiFi access, the self-catering accommodation includes a dining area, a kitchenette, a private bathroom with hydromassage shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Some flats also feature a private patio or terrace.
The villa provides towels and bed linen, as well as free private parking, a bicycle rental service and an outdoor swimming pool. Guests can enjoy wine-tasting and kite-surfing in the area. Trapani is 30 km away and Selinunte is a 50-minute drive away. Trapani Airport is 17 km away.
Marsala is an Italian town located in the province of Trapani, in the Sicily region. It is a historic port town and is important for the wine trade, especially the sweet wine of Marsala.
The history of Marsala dates back to the times of the Greeks, when the town was used as an important port for their ships along the coast of Sicily. In the 18th century, the town was conquered by the English and became an important wine trading centre. The English were responsible for creating Marsala wine, which is produced from local grapes and has a sweet and unique taste.
Marsala is also known for its historic architecture. The city has many historic buildings, including the Marsala Castle, the Florio Palace, the Thurn Palace and the Gagliardi House Palace. Apart from its ancient architecture, Marsala is also famous for its wines. The city is home to several wineries and vineyards that produce wines from the region, including Marsala.
Marsala is a city full of history and culture. It is a popular tourist destination, ideal for those who want to enjoy the history, Sicilian cuisine, Marsala wine and the beautiful architecture of the city.
Via Delle Palme 53, 91025 Marsala, Italy