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Agriturismo Baglio Case Colomba

Guesthouse | Via Toselli, 183, Buseto Palizzolo, Trapani, Italy 91012


  • Car Parking
  • 24 hour hot showers

What's Included

  • Breakfast
  • Linen
  • Towel

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.

Check-In/Out Details

Earliest check-in: 10:30
Latest Check-out: 23:00

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Come and visit the stunning countryside around Trapani, a painted hinterland rich in ancient heritage, an enchanting journey between history and nature, a splendid corner of Sicily, between magic sunsets and the sensation of being at the foot of millenary temples. Case Colomba is waiting for you.. Read more

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About Agriturismo Baglio Case Colomba

Our houses, which date from the end of the nineteenth century, are old rustic-style buildings, which have been recently renovated, but still have all the original features. The baglio (a typically Sicilian building with a number of different dwellings e.g. the main house, stables, servants quarters, built round a courtyard) has a mother house and dependance renovated in 2003.

The Casale has other rooms and is a typicall Sicilian building and with one kitchen, one siiting room and five bedrooms with private bathroom at 100m distance from the baglio.

The mother house which is available to visitors has its own independent entrance for room, kitchen, sitting room and three bedrooms with private bathroom, which can sleep up to ten people.

The dependance has two bedrooms with independent entrance, two bedrooms and kitchen, which can sleep up to four people.

The houses have central heating for winter and air-conditioning for summer. Around the house is an Arab-style orchard, containing a rich variety of mature fruit trees. In front to the house the are two opened places to have breakfast and barbecue in the evening.

There is the internal car-park. Fresh farm produce can also be bought from neighbouring houses.

In the house you'll find a wide variety of information giving details of possible day trips.

The geographical location of Case Colomba makes it an ideal starting point for day trips to numerous places of interest in western Sicily.

Location Information

The exact location of our houses is in the tiny village Murfi, no more than a few houses, which, along with a number of other villages, is right on the edge of the Buseto countryside. Together they make up the district of Buseto Palizzolo, an area where it is still possible to catch the rare sight of a living and working countryside.

In ancient times, the road linking the two ancient Elime settlements of Erice and Segesta passed through this area. In 827 A.D. the Arabs revolutionised the layout of the countryside with the introduction of small holdings, new crops and new irrigation.

The countryside of Western Sicily has its own particular character which distinguishes it from other areas, due in great part to the efforts of British entrepreneurs in the eighteenth century who recognised the value of wine-growing and injected new life into the local estates.