Etnalodge Etna Volcano Nature Park Sicily
It is an ideal resort for romantic tranquillity, family vacation, cultural tourism and trekking in Mount Etna Nature Park.
Guests are hosted in the South Wing Suite and in the Rooms.
It is close to Piedimonte Etneo, a rural village of Sicily not far from Taormina and the Mediterranean Sea. The view stretches from the coast of Calabria, to Taormina and the seaport Riposto, and to Mount Etna.
At Etnalodge you will enjoy in a splendid Mediterranean area far away from civilization the warm hospitality of the Barons Coffari di Gilferraro, last descendants of one of the oldest Sicilian feudal families, in what was an ancient family wine production factory, now renovated as a lodge in Mount Etna Nature Park at the foothills of Europe's largest active volcano. The volcano is presently active with an eruption splendid to see and far enough to feel and be safe!
Your relaxed hosts are a Viking Ballet Dancer and a Sicilian Chemistry Professor now specialized in preserves.
We communicate in Danish, English, French, Italian and with our hands.
Having no neighbors you can enjoy the calm and peace the place offers, day and night.
The Palmento di Gilferraro has a pleasant foyer for our guests only. For breakfast and supper.
The breakfast is a jolly mix of Mediterranean fruit and/or tea in the traditional Scandinavian way.
Typical Sicilian supper with a Nordic touch.
Grill evenings with fresh fish and shrimps, under the stars or in the foyer, but always with candle light and the best wines!
A picnic basket will happily come with you to the beach or up the mountain.
The 'Aranceria' is the winter garden of Etnalodge: the place in which you can enjoy days and evenings in a cosy atmosphere overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. When needed the heat clicks on automatically as you step in, wine and snacks are available as well as cold drinks.
||via Bassi, 21
Piedimonte Etneo (CT)
Sicilia - Italia
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This page was last updated: 25 June 2010