Artflat 19 Marsala - Sicily - Italy Sea Art & Food

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6
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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

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Artflat 19 Marsala - Sicily - Italy Sea Art & Food

Large spaces for this apartment of 80 square meters that faces in a sunny Arabic courtyard. The two separate doors of the apartment, enter in the vast living room with kitchen area and comfortable sofa bed. from it ou reac two bedrooms, spacious and with very high ceilings. The bath accentuates the comfort of relaxing moments with his warm bath. The courtyard protected by a gate allows intimacy between the living room and outdoor. The stylish interior s follows the leitmotif of artflats: a mixture coniugating design ideas with elements coming from the land vintage traditions. Works by artists and craftsmen sign spaces in our apartment. 50 metersfar ...Read more

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Artflat 19 Marsala - Sicily - Italy Sea Art & Food
Marsala, Sicily, Italy

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What's in a name? The inclination to identify Marsala's name with the wine produced there is understandable, but wines are usually named for places, not vice versa. This city on Sicily's western coast was founded by Carthaginians, following the destruction of the nearby settlement on the island of Mozia (Mothia) by the Syracusans.
The Romans called it Lilybaeum.
Sicily's wine country lies to the east.The region was always known for its fine grapes, but it was the Englishman, John Woodhouse, who introduced the fortified wine business here in 1796, having already developed a similar product (Port wine) in Portugal. The early years of the nineteenth century saw the arrival of thousands of British troops in Sicily to bolster the armies of the King Ferdinando I during his exile from Naples in view of the Napoleonic occupation of the Italian mainland. Many were based at Marsala. This experience was more than sufficient to encourage other firms to follow Woodhouse's example. Ingham, Good and Whitaker had soon founded wine businesses of their own. The Florio family set up a firm in 1831. The grape-growing region extends westward toward Salemi, Segesta and Sciacca. This is Italy's largest contiguous viticultural region, and also one of the largest such areas in Europe.

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