Case Vacanze Paradise Beach

Via Madonnina di Gibilmanna 12,Campofelice di Roccella,Italy

  • Experience World-class Service at Case Vacanze Paradise Beach

    Featuring a salt-water outdoor pool, a private beach area, and a volleyball/badminton court, Paradise Beach offers self-catering apartments in Campofelice di Roccella. The property boasts a large garden with BBQ facilities, a hot tub and free WiFi. With a patio and air conditioning, each apartment is equipped with a flat-screen TV with DVD player and a kitchenette with oven, BBQ, and microwave. The private bathroom comes with a bath or shower, bidet and hairdryer. Paradise Beach is a 2-minute walk from the beachfront, while Cefalù is 16 km from the property. A shuttle is available from/to Palermo Falcone e Borsellino Airport, a 70-minute drive away.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • Toughest hike ever

      Reviewed 07 July 2019

      This was one of the toughest hikes I've ever attempted. I'm 51 and an avid exerciser and found this hike difficult. I never would have made it without my Trail Buddy poles. The trail was muddy, rocky, and steep. We traversed several streams and had to stop several times to catch our breath. But I've never seen such lush, mostly undisturbed land. The trail was maintained and clean, unlike in the US where you often see trash on the ground. We didn't see much in the way of wildlife, but did hear a howler monkey during our descent, which put a bit of fire in our hiking boots. DAMN, that sound was ominous and downright scary. It made the 6-hour trek (3 hours each way) worth it. I've never heard anything like that sound. Was glad we made the hike, but it will be a long time before I tackle something that difficult again. Well worth the $7 entry fee.

      Carrie R
    • Full-gamut hike, not for casual sightseers

      Reviewed 30 June 2019

      Walked and trail-ran part of this trail in late June, alone, from the Boquete side. Started off at 9:30 and did not see a soul until the very end of my return, 3.5hrs later. Beautiful solitude. You start with some easy ups and downs on the side of a mountain, through a couple of very rustic farmsteads. After descending the Loma de los Lamentos you reach the Caldera river (stream really) and enter the cloud forest. This will feel like a jungle to most people. It is wet, dense, and chock full of bugs (including mosquitoes). Many reviewers complain about the mud, but I found the trail to be mostly just wet. I hiked this in a pair of Keens (sandals) quite comfortably. While the temperature was delicious (in the seventies), humidity is practically 100%, so expect to sweat copiously if you are walking at a decent pace. I managed the whole trek with a small water bottle, but a whole liter would have been appreciated. Bugs got so thick I ate a couple (they got into my mouth). After reaching the river, the trail begins to rise, but so slowly it doesnt really feel that you are going uphill. This is when I really started looking out for quetzales, walking quietly, and pausing to listen and scan the canopy for movement. There had been a lot of birdsong as I descended, but I did not know what a quetzal call sounds like. When I reached a segment called Bosque de las Lianas (Forest of the Vines, conveniently sign-posted) I heard some very loud squawks. I thought they might be howler monkeys, but could not make out the any animal in the canopy. A few minutes later I saw a dark iridescent green bird, with a short tail. I assumed quetzales had long tails, and continued on my way. An hour and a half in, I hit the end of the flattish segment. At that point, you hit a wall; it feels as if you are climbing almost vertically, on a Stairmaster with 2ft high steps. You quickly leave the very wet forest behind and the humidity level drops a bit. You come across some bamboo thickets a giant panda would be more than happy to call its own. I continued until I reached a point where the trail starts descending again (after a spot called El Respinguito). I wasnt too far from the lookout, but I turned back because I was running out of time (had to drive to Almirante and catch a water taxi to Bocas del Toro). On the way back, I stopped for a few minutes at the Bosque de las Lianas and started hearing the squawks again. This time I managed to pinpoint their source, the same dark green birds with red on the front. There were about four of them, in separate trees (hard to see). Theyd sit still for a while, and then fly to a nearby tree. At some point, one would get near enough the trail that I could see it, but not photograph it (only had a phone on me). One of them started chasing off something that looked like a squirrel (but could very well have been something different). After that, I continued trail-running. Then I heard the howler monkeys no confusion now, they really howl, they dont squawk or bark at all! When I got back to the ranger station, I asked them what those birds may have been. It turns out they were quetzales! Females dont have the long tails. Overall, I highly recommend this trek for people who like to hike. Its not for the occasional tourist/walker who could be disappointed/frustrated by mud, bugs, steep climbs, humidity, rain, lack of views, non-cooperating wildlife, etc. On other hand, the flora (especially the epiphytes) and variety of eco zones make this trail unique and amazing.

    • Gorgeous Hike

      Reviewed 27 June 2019

      Wow! After a semester of traveling and doing various hikes across Central America this trail was by far my favorite hike. It was beautiful as it crossed a wide variety of environments. In addition to the naturally green beauty, it is a good place for bird watching and making friends with butterflies. Highly recommend! Pack a lunch to hike for the day!

    • Great hike - my favorite in boquette

      Reviewed 12 May 2019

      Great hike with lush sceneries. We saw lovely birds and monkeys. It took us 5 hrs from the boquette entrance to the mirador and back.

    • Great challenging trail

      Reviewed 05 May 2019

      If you are looking for a good challenging trail, this is the one to do (forget the Lost Waterfalls). It is 5k to Mirador Las Rocas and another 2k to the Refugio. First 4K easy, then 1k up to the Mirador of ascent with many steps. If you are fit it wont give you any problems. The last 2k is then relatively easy. If you are a good hiker or a trail runner you can do this up and back within 5 hours. If not, it will probably take you longer.


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