Blue skies and unforgettable sunsets, fragrant and clean air, sweet slopes covered by rows of vines and olive trees; a silence broken only by crickets singing, by night, and by sparrows’s chirpings during the day.
This is the setting where our Baglio is nestled in. Baglio Passofondo is a typical Sicilian rural building of the XVIII century, renovated and transformed into a dream resort.
Entering Baglio Passofondo ancient walls will suspend you in a timeless atmosphere, a dive into a charming past, with all the modern comforts required to make your stay unforgettable.
Sicilian enogastronomic culture is a world to be discovered and explored that is worth the travel by itself. Make yourself at home at our chef’s table and let our chefs guide you throughout this journey. Their interpretation of the culinary tradition of the island and of its wonderful raw materials is the added value for your stay at Passofondo Resort. Fresh and seasonal products, Slow Food presidium, Sicilian excellences and vegetables from our organic vegetable garden, at zero km, are the starting point to create unique plates and recipes paired with a selection of the best wines of the island. Upon request our chefs will prepare personalized menus for vegetarians, vegans and people with food intolerances.
A special area designed to take care of yourself. Massages and beauty treatments to get in better shape or just to wind down and relax at the end of the day, waiting for dinner time.
At Baglio Passofondo every wish comes true.
At guests' disposal an 8 seats minivan service to daily excursions and pick-up service at the airport (on demand).
During the year, in-house cooking classes and wine tastings with local producers will be organized.
On site, to learn all secretes of Sicilian cuisine
On site and at local wineries
Contrada Passofondo, SS 119 km 7 - We are in North-West Sicily, in Alcamo, a nice city renowned for its fine wines and located few kilometers from the beautiful costal city of Castellammare, from the famous sea stacks of Scopello, from the Caribbean sea of San Vito Lo Capo and from the marvelous Greek ruins of Segesta.