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ITALIAN COUNTRYSIDE • Sicily E Palermo Area TC Farmhouse 9 (Ficuzza/Corleone)


A lovely guest house created thanks to the restoration of the narrow gauge railway station line which linked Palermo to Corleone (abandoned in 1954). It is located near the homonymous village, where Ferdinand III of the House of Bourbon hunted towards the end of the XIX century; as testimonial the Real Casina, projected by Venanzio Marvuglia. The farmhouse is equipped with 12 rooms, all of them with a mansard and private bathroom and shower inside, which can accomodate up to 30 persons. Further, there is a relaxing room, with satellite television, hi-fi and parlour games. Inside the building there is a big and lively restaurant hall, where guests have the possibility to taste specialities belonging to the most authentic Sicilian gastronomy. Moreover, there is a comfortable pub where you can relax on soft divans, in front of a large stone fireplace, tasting the best Sicilian wines and listening to some good music. From the Station, it is also possible to go on excursion with naturalistic guides, speaking English, French and German. The territory where the Station is situated will be a lovely surprise for all those who like trekking and mountain bikes, that you can hire here, as well as all-terrain vehicles. Further, the possibility to reach tennis and football fields located in the nearby villages. Moreover, the farm can organize special horse-rides for groups of minimum 8 persons, lasting at least two days.


TC Farmhouse 10 (Castelbuono)


The Farm Castelbuono , an ancient center of the most characteristic of the Madonie Park , spread over about eighty thousand square meters of gardens, orchards and olive groves, in the Walloon Saraceno, an archaeological site dating back to the greek-roman. Originally "backyard" of the ancient feud BERGI the company has never stopped this tradi- tion, enhancing and enriching, over time, the crops. The rural culture of our family mixed with culinary vocation and the goodness of the genuine products of the company, allows those who love the simple things in life in the country to find those traditional flavors of healthy food madonita. Ours is a family-run company, with fully certified organic products, mainly used for the restoration, transformation and tasting. Ideal place to spend moments of quiet, away from any form of pollution of the city, surroun- ded by the peace and scents that only the country can give. Complete this part of the relaxation romantic pool surrounded by greenery.


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