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     The villa offers romantic, regenerating and pleasant stay for weeks or weekends in a dreaming and welcoming atmosphere. The three bodies of Villa Paladina, smartly standing on the slope and the ancient marble fountain, which adorns the square, are immersed in a fantastic and amazing atmosphere, between the exuberance of nature, owner of the place, rich in different species of birds, being close to the Archaeological Park of Solunto and the Natural Reserve of Monte Catalfano, with the superb presence of the Peregrine Falcon, so loved by Frederick II of Swabia, which nests on the Soluntine rocks, for the extraordinarily welcoming climate, the abundance of water and the countless species of plants, such as species of tamarisk, oleander, giant august Pomelia Strelizia, ivy, wisteria, Sicilian and azzorico jasmine, carob, olive tree, maritime pine, date palm, dwarf palm, mimosa, geranium, yucca, eater laurel, boxwood, pittosporum, dragon tree, aloe vera, cipressetto, pink grapefruit, etc., in a space between history and mith, which, embracing two bays and overlooking the green hills of Bagheria and Santa Flavia, with the famous eighteenth - century villas and the fantastic Soluntine Basilica, leaves the visitor charmed at such a wealth of nature and culture.
     It 's possible to go in less than an hour from the sea to the mountain, taking part in sightseeing, excursions in the great Madonie National Park (alt m. 2000), or fishing trips and boat trips with dolphins, in the surrounding area as far as the Aeolian Islands.


Arancine


Marzipan fruits



Panettone of Castelbuono in the
National Natural Madonie Park


Tangerine liqueur