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Bagheria Travel guide
Bagheria : Michelin's recommendations
In the 18C, Bagheria was a favourite destination for the aristocracy from Palermo, who spent their summer holidays here. They built the numerous Baroque villas that give the town its charm. Unfortunately, only one of these is open to the public.
Tourist attractions Bagheria : Things to see and do
I - 90011 Bagheria
Patagonia villa is the most famous Baroque villas in Bagheria. Built in 1715, it stands out partly for its concaved façade, but above all for the strange creatures encircling the perimeter wall that give the place a rather mysterious allure. The inte..
Corso Butera I - 90011 Bagheria
The Butera villa dates back to the 17C This villa was the prince Branciforti of Raccuia's summer home. Despite the distressing dilapidated state of the building, you will notice the imposing portal with a knotted hanging decorated with sculptures of ..
Via Rammacca 9 I - 90011 Bagheria
This huge quadrangular villa, built in 1736 by Giuseppe Bonanni Filangeri, Prince of Cattolica, is now home to the Renato Guttuso municipal gallery of modern and contemporary art. Its collection includes works by the painter and his artist friends...
via del Cavaliere 59 I - 90011 Bagheria
Regional cuisine and creative dishes are served in this elegant, modern and minimalist-style restaurant. The comfortable leather chairs and glass tables provide a pleasing contrast with the original stone floor.