If it were for you to make a bucket list, Sicily should never skip your list. It’s not only because it’s sunny and amazing, but also because there are so many places to see, things to try, foods to eat and sea to swim in!
Why should you visit Sicily?
Beyond a doubt, Sicily is one of the most exciting places to see in this world. With influences from significant civilization (Greeks, Arabs, and all the European dominations), Sicily impresses with the artistic abundance and cultural heritage. The beautiful beaches and tasty food complete the list but don’t end it, for sure.
Where should you visit when in Sicily?
No matter if you’re determined to enjoy a relaxing vacation by the sea or to discover the centuries-old historical treasures, Sicily is going to be a blast.
If Palermo stays with you for the history, culture, and architecture, Agrigento will impress you with the outstanding temples. Don’t hesitate to visit Trapani for the most beautiful beaches and archeological attractions, nor skip Taormina for the old Greek theater and Isola Bella. We could go on for pages.
If you’re traveling to Sicily from abroad, the airplane is going to be the most straightforward way. There are airports in Palermo, Comiso, Catania, and Trapani, with both national and international flights.
What can you get in a budget-friendly villa by the sea?
Needless to say, if you’re dreaming about an unforgettable vacation by the sea, a Sicily villa should be on your list.
Even though it’s not the cheapest, villa Aquamarine for instance is affordable and can give you a stunning panoramic view over the sea, without compromising on the comfort in any way.
A colorful and beautiful garden protects the property from the neighbors’ eyes, while allowing direct access to the water of the Mediterranean. It’s only a couple of steps away from the terraces.
The inside of the villa doesn’t disappoint, and you can get relaxed in both modern and classical furnishing and styles. The old-style galleon interiors highlight the wood, and the contemporary vibe of the villa is appealing to most.
Guests can sleep in the three bedrooms, and they all lead off from the living space. Two of the bedrooms even offer fantastic views over the bays, and the bid wooden-framed windows make the view more lovely. Every bathroom comes with a shower cabin.
The spacious terraces let you enjoy the incredible view of the seas, whereas wooden paths take you straight into it.
On the list of amenities, you will find air conditioning, electric and microwave oven, DVD, fireplace, dishwasher, barbecue, heating, washing machine, open fire, radio CD player, Wi-Fi internet, and SAT-TV. You will also be able to enjoy the furnished terrace, garden furniture, outside shower, and parking. As for the view, it’s difficult to forget!
Would you like something more for your villa by the sea?
Should you plan a vacation in the beautiful coastal province of Trapani, a more sophisticated villa may be a great destination. The panoramic view across the coastline takes you from the old towns of Marsala and Erice.
The villa Seven Islands lets you actually view the Seven Islands (aka Egadi Islands). The pristine white marble staircase will take you to the main entrance, which reveals an open plan. It’s a luxurious villa with a heated pool to relax in, a spa complex, and several terraces. You don’t even need to leave the villa, you can enjoy these conveniences right on the premises.
The two floors provide plenty of space for a lovely vacation. The entrance zone is bright, whereas the modern lounge is welcoming. The tech-frenzied will love the tablet that gives you control over many features of the property. The glass sliding door gets you to the first-floor accommodation zone, which includes two large double rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Every room is laid out so that you can see the maximum of the Seven Islands.
Many will find the pool zone spectacular, to say the least, and the heated setting is a great benefit. You can also cover the pool and turn it into an indoor pool whenever you need it. The secondary living area has kitchen and dining possibilities. You will find three double bedrooms and en-suite facilities for every room.
The bright lounge is the icing on top, so to speak, and the villa is an impressive location nine times out of ten. A wooden sauna, tranquility waterfall, and a mood shower help you turn the vacation into the most spoiled and relaxed holiday ever.
The main driveway features covered parking for three cars, but there is also uncovered parking space. The cascading gardens come with several terraces, rooftops, BBQ, and pool terrace. Even if the villa isn’t secluded, it does give you the privacy you need.
The Italian style of the pool with a spa massage bed and hydrotherapy jet fountain will seal the deal. You can use the electric walls for enclosing the pool and use the heating system during the colder nights.
The villa comes with the typical amenities you’d want for the best comfort, and the spacious terrace with sea view or the wooden sauna are the selling points for many.
Are you willing to open your wallet even larger?
Since it’s’ placed on a plateau descending toward the sea near the natural reserve protecting the seal, the villa Afrodite is only 3 km away from Porto Palo. It’s effortless to get there and shop for necessities or to take a walk on the wide sandy beach. The archeological site of Selinunte is nearby, as well.
You can enjoy broad views of the countryside all around you, and the villa is surrounded by olive trees, flowers, and Mediterranean plants. The swimming pool is beautiful too.
If you love the sea and nature a lot, this villa is your best shot. The terrace is spacious, with inviting armchairs and divans. There’s a fireplace in the living/dining room, and you can have dinner outside as there is an outside kitchen with a table.
The list of amenities includes dishwasher, fireplace, heating, grill, and washing machine. You will also benefit from the parking space, SAT-TV, garden furniture, and pool.