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Catholic Villa

Via Rammacca, 90011 Bagheria, Palermo, Italy
A charming and ornat villa housing a collection of old movie posters as well as a museum dedicated to the artist Renato Gattuso.
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Aspra Beach

Aspra is a town in the comune of Bagheria in the Province of Palermo in Sicily, Italy. A village within the municipality of Bagheria, approximately of 3700 inhabitants, by the sea at the East end of the Palermo's Gulf facing the capital city of Sicily. Typical are the wooden boats vividly colored. The first traces of the town are thought to belong to the period of Arabic domination in Sicily, as it is suspected that the name comes from the Arabic حجر. Aspra was in fact, for generations, used to cave out blocks of calcarenite. The territory of Aspra goes from the Montagna d'Aspra, which is the name of the mountain near the town with the tops of Monte Irice, Cozzo San Pietro and Cozzo Tondo. The mountain extends in a promontory.
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Villa Palagonia

Piazza Garibaldi 3, 90011 Bagheria, Palermo, Italy
The Villa Palagonia is a patrician villa in Bagheria, 15 km from Palermo, in Sicily, southern Italy. The villa itself, built from 1715 by the architect Tommaso Napoli with the help of Agatino Daidone, is one of the earliest examples of Sicilian Baroque. However, its popularity comes mainly from the statues of monsters with human faces that decorate its garden and its wall, and earned it the nickname of "The Villa of Monsters". This series of grotesques, created from 1749 by Francesco Ferdinando II Gravina, Prince of Palagonia, aroused the curiosity of the travellers of the Grand Tour during the 18th and 19th centuries, for instance Henry Swinburne, Patrick Brydone, John Soane, Goethe, the Count de Borde, the artist Jean-Pierre Houël or Alexandre Dumas, prior to fascinate surrealists like André Breton or contemporary authors such as Giovanni Macchia and Dominique Fernandez, or the painter Renato Guttuso.
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Domina Coral Bay Hotel Zagarella

77 Via Nazionale, 90017

Terrazze sul mare

103 S.S. 113, 90017, Santa Flavia

Antica Residenza Don Ciccio

Park Residence Cicladi

Kafara Hotel

Casetta Bianca

AspraMare - Paese Albergo

Mer et Soleil

Monolocali Donna Lia