The Porta del Vento Bed & Breakfast has 3 bedrooms, two doubles and one single.
The accommodations are all equipped with the necessary comforts you may need: balcony, private bathroom, TV, air conditioning, hairdryer, heating fridge.
The rooms are thematic and take their name from the characteristics of the winds that blow on the Mediterranean side.
The bedroom has a double bed, with its own bathroom with shower and whirlpool tub. An elegant tone, purple, with its iridescent shades, is the chromatic protagonist of the room; synonymous with passion and charisma, it is the favorite color of romantics and dreamers.
Purple… as a predominantly cold tone and therefore similar to the icy flows of the Grecale, a wind that blows from the North-East, during the winter seasons, on the territories beaten by the central and southern Mediterranean.
the Libeccio wind, from which the room takes its name, blows from the South-West and is known, especially in Southern Italy, for the heat it brings.
In fine weather, it blows mainly in the form of a breeze: the soothing tones of green and cream are the predominant motifs of the single room with its own en suite bathroom. Being, in fact, a wind that blows in all seasons, it was decided to give priority to the color of spring, a symbol of nature, hope and new life after the cold winter lethargy.
The red color, accompanied by orange and yellow, is the predominant tone of the room. A double room with en-suite bathroom: fiery red, like the lava that flows from our “good giant”, the Etna volcano; red like Eros, dynamism, yearning longing and violence… and like heat. That intense sensation of ardor that brings with it the Sirocco, a hot wind that blows from the South-East and that comes from the desert lands of the Sahara and from the African regions.
Simple prices that grow with you. No credit card required.
COMFORT, EQUIPMENT AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
The prices of the B&B include breakfast, consumption and daily cleaning (except Sunday).
Info and extras:
Tourist tax, separately: € 1 per day per adult and for children from 12 years of age.