Agriturismo Sicily near Palermo
Terre di Himera is an Agriturismo situated between Palermo and Cefalù, a few km from the beach and very close to the Himera Archaeological Site , an ancient Greek colony in Sicily, which was destroyed following the Punic wars. The building is now dedicated to rural tourism and still retains the characteristics of a Sicilian farmhouse as well as offering the services of a four star hotel.
5 spacious double rooms with private bathroom and external area with a view over the Madonie mountains are available, furnished with traditional Sicilian furniture and equipped with every possible comfort: Wi-Fi, air conditioning, sheets and towels. A full breakfast made with 0 km artisan produce.
The Restaurant offers dishes from the delicious recipes of Sicily, with organic food, to take you on a voyage of “experience” into the authentic tastes of Sicily. Dishes from the sea, the mountains and the countryside, everything that represents this land, celebrating different combinations and fragrances.
“A perfect weekend stay”
25 oct 2017: Caroline W
We stayed 2 nights at Terre di Himera and had a lovely experience. Our room was beautiful and the dinners simply delicious. If anything, there was even a bit too much food for us, but we ate it all because… yum. I especially appreciated the little touches–freshly picked jasmine decorating the bed or towels, freshly picked herbs to spruce up the dinner table. Things are done with care and thought and we would definitely recommend this place. Hopefully we will make it back one day.
18 Ottobre 2017: Eric UK
«A dream stay with warm and welcoming hosts just wish it had been longer. We will be returning, of that there is no doubt»
The road to the property is quite rough in places, so do take care as you are driving. I was ok in a Toyota Aygo, but you have to take it very slowly on places
There was an almighty sinking feeling in our hearts when we arrived, due to the fact that we were only staying one night. The location, accommodation and food was sublime. We had declined lunch, but changes our minds, and our hosts quickly accommodated us. Sensible sized portions over 5 courses found us well and truly full. Al fresco dining at its finest.