Shrine of Vulcanus
Our hottest apartment where emotions won't get cold either. A very comfortable historical apartment for lovers, families, companionships with four people, where you can refresh yourself in separate bathrooms after long walks and picnics.
The living room-kitchen-dining room triangle is a great place to sit together to dine or talk near to the fireplace. At the end of the day we can rest our heads in its intimate bedrooms.
When the weather is good you can admire the view of the emblematic, torn-towers of the iconic sight of the Chapel of Sitke and the beautiful pictorial sight of the nearby hills.
This house is free of smoking and television!
Interesting fact about this shrine - except the walls dividing the area - are the Columns of Vulcanus in the bedroom and the roman ornaments framing the doors.
Wide open parking lot, a barbecue place hiding amongst the roman ruins and lush vegetation surrounds the shrines on 2000 square meters.
Vulcanus, son of Jupiter and Juno, husband to Venus, father of Caeculus. He is the god of fires and volcanoes, the maker of the weapons of gods and heroes. In greek mythology Vulcanus is called Hephaistos. Romans thought that the forge of Vulcanus was either under the Etna on the island Sicily or on the island Volcano which belongs to islands Lipari. The celebrations Vulcanalia on the 23rd of August to honor Vulcanus they sacrificed fiash and small animals by burning them in fire.Back