Villa Belmonte

Belmonte 8, Agrigento, 92026, Italy
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VILLE BELLAJO- Agrigento

by Josibezz

Hi,
Anyone ever stayed in VILLE BELLAJO in Agrigento south of Sicily and would like to share his experience? Thanks

RE: VILLE BELLAJO- Agrigento

by dorset

never hear ville bellajo...is in agrigento?????

RE: RE: VILLE BELLAJO- Agrigento

by Josibezz

http://www.villabellajo.com/dovesiamo2.htm

Yes it is in Agrigento 10kms far from the centre according to the website. Is it safe to stay in Agrigento in a farmhouse or is safer in a hotel?
Thanks

RE: RE: VILLE BELLAJO- Agrigento

by dorset

yes i see the site
is near naro..a village quite far from agrigento (20km(
you need a car to reach agrigento or naro...this place is isolate
if you decide to visit agrigento, mybe you whant go to the sea...and this place is not ok.....i mean you got every day a bit of stress...also you going to stay in a isolate place...around there is not other persons in holiday....mybe should be more good for your family...a place like a touristic village.
anyway..let me know what is your planning for yours holiday....how many day..and place you whant to visit....how many persons...
in agrigento there is a lot hotel and bed and brek...also ...but if you got children and you whant a place for them..mybe is more ok a village in SCIACCA...a place quite far from agrigento...but i know is very nice...and also the price is more good....finally is more good than villebellajo.
ciao dear...i will look you answer later

RE: RE: VILLE BELLAJO- Agrigento

by GinaN7

Hello,
Did you stay in Ville Bellajo in the end? Or, did anyone contact you on advice? We are due to stay there in July. Just wondering what you heard, if anything...?
Thanks,
Gina.

RE: RE: VILLE BELLAJO- Agrigento

by Josibezz

We just had to change plans due to circumstances. We still wish to go to Sicily and we consider Ville Bellajo again for sure. The only drawback is that the place seems a bit far from the centre, but a private car and a good GPS will solve the problem for sure.

Travel Tips for Agrigento

Go swimming!

by Sjalen

Agrigento itself is not by the sea but it takes less than half an hour by bus from the Central station to San Leone where there is a communal beach which is surprisingly clean for being an Italian communal beach, and a small "lido" where you pay an entrance fee and get your deckchair. After a dusty temple valley, it is nice to go swimming.

River Platani Naure Reserve

by picek

Platani is one of bigger Sicilian rivers and its plain is rich with salts and sulphur which was interesting for Greek colonizers in ancient times who searched for minerals - that could be reason for placing Eraclea at that strategic position above the plain. On the way to Eraclea Minoa there are nice views over the river basin - which has lots of agriculture (vines and citrus trees) at its soil and wetland areas along the river. These two combined have created interesting landscape pattern - which can be read from photo. River plain is also home to variety of animals, including rare bat species. By the other end at mouth of river one can find long sandy beaches - maybe worth to check out if time and weather permits.

Museo Regionale Archeologico

by hquittner

Having seen the Templi, a visit to the museum is enriching and informative. It is almost the best museum on Sicily, and as a regional museum fulfills the function of completing ones view of Akragas (Agrigento). It is a modern museum with good lighting, modern cases, informative models and multilingual labels.Photography IS permitted( a rarity south of Naples).The exhibits are chronological with prehistory of Agrigento first ,followed by the evolution of the Temples, and then more modern times, followed by the surrounding areas. In Rm VI we come to the Gigante (a reconstructed original) surrounded by other heads and parts plus models of how the Zeus Temple might have looked.Many of the rooms contained superb ceramics (some determined to be by named Greek painters.) Obviously the Akragans were rich and acquisitive! . I liked the Greek and Roman helmets and a child's sarcophagus of the 2C BC. I , as usual had difficulty with reflections in filming thru glass.

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