Situated in the north of Erice, inside a park of around 5 acres, this vacation village stands within the ancient Elymian-Punic walls of the town and boasts striking views of the Thyrrenian Coast. Built around 1950 and renovated in 2006, this hotel is designed to be like a little village. The central body of the building includes a reception, a restaurant, a bar, a reading room, a TV room and a large panoramic terrace. The hotel was built with local stones by skilled local workers, following the typical style of the Medieval village of Erice. Erice is situated on San Giuliano Mountain (2,464 ft high) and it preserves an extremely charming Medieval village for you to explore during your stay, from the gates of the town to its buildings and paved streets.