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Villa and house rentals in Sicily

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Angelica House - 1 Room - Cefalù Sea Nature
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Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 private bathroom

Angelica House - 1 Room - Cefalù Sea NatureStanza privata doppia in villa. Il resto della casa è in condivisione. Insieme a me sono presenti un cane e un gatto. Se amate gli animali e la natura questo è il posto giusto per voi! La casa è silenziosa e tranquilla, la cucina ben accessoriata, il soggiorno comodo. Fuori c'è tanto spazio verde e un grande giardino; il panorama è incredibile e i tramonti eccezionali; il mare è qui davanti e le spiagge sono raggiungibili in pochi minuti. Cefalù dista solo pochi chilometri, Palermo, un'ora.

** Apartment in villa ** Pool Area Garden Relax
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Entire villa · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

** Apartment in villa ** Pool Area Garden RelaxLarge open spaces, lots of nature, swimming pool, comfort, relaxation, sun, sea. That's what makes your home a corner of paradise. The Covid-19 Pandemic, made us care even more about the aspect of cleaning, we have always given the best on cleaning your apartment, see the reviews. Today more than yesterday, we use 75% Alcoholic Disinfectant Products based on Candeggina and Sanitizers, at every check-in and check-out. This is all for your health and ours.

La Terrazza sul Mare (2 people)
Entire villa · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

La Terrazza sul Mare (2 people)Two-family villa with entrance and independent garden, finely furnished in a quiet residential area, located 5 km away from Porto Empedocle, just 4 km from the splendid Scala dei Turchi and 11 km from the Valley of the Temples. The adjacent terrace offers the possibility to use the pool shared with the owner's family, the whirlpool and the solarium area. Free to open from May to October with 24/24 access. Car is required to travel.

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Popular villa amenities in Sicily

  • Pool
  • Air conditioning
  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Free parking

Apartments in Sicily

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  2. Torrenova
Experience your Sicilian experience
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  2. Catania
Baroque Houses Catania
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  2. Marsala
Holiday Home Monolocale
  1. Entire flat
  2. Trapani
Gordon's guests
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  2. Catania
Mansarda in the centre of Catania
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  2. Piazza Armerina
Independent apartment in the old town
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  1. Entire flat
  2. Naro
Sweet Home
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  1. Entire flat
  2. Siracusa
Apartment near Teatro Greco
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  1. Private room
  2. Pozzallo
Casa "Di Nora" Sea Romance
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  1. Private room
  2. Palermo
Cozy & Terrace, Historic center
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  2. Palermo
Central Palermo Penthouse with Panoramic Views
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  1. Entire flat
  2. siracusa
Romantic sea view penthouse

Pet-friendly villas

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  2. San Vito Lo Capo
Villa Giummara Zingaro - San Vito lo Capo
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  2. Ognina
little design villa near the sea
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  2. Zingarello
Sea view villa
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  2. Balestrate
Alyssa House - The villa talking about the sea
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  2. Avola
Villa Susanna
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  2. Modica
Eat the House
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  2. Santa Venera-portosalvo
Tipical Sicilian country house
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  2. Cefalù
Pupi Gibilmanna Cefalù's Home
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  2. Marsala
AnnaMilla holiday home relaxation 900 metres from the sea
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  2. Nicosia
Sicilian Mountain Oasis - Entire Villa (Smart W.)
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  2. Palermo
Mondello villetta vicino al mare 4 posti letto.
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  2. Augusta
SEASIDE VILLA, 20 steps and you can dive

Villas with pools

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  2. Augusta
La Casa in Riva al Mare - Suite Vera
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  2. Città del Mare-perla del Golfo
Elegant Villa with private pool and sea view
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  1. Private room
  2. Taormina
Villa Capuccini 2
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  2. Cefalù
cefalù nest pool house terrace sea view Superior
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  1. Private room
  2. Cattolica Eraclea
B&B Casa La Mortilla - Room "La Luna"
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  2. Noto
Villa Nicuzza
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  2. Scillato
a tailor-made holiday
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  2. Marina di Ragusa
Charming & Design Villa with Private Pool
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  1. Private room
  2. Avola
Boutique studio room with large private terrace
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  2. Siracusa
Paradise Beach House Dependance, Pool, Area Relax
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  2. San Pietro Clarenza
study in baglio from the 1700s in lava stone
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  1. Entire villa
  2. Siracusa
Villa Oasi with EXCLUSIVE POOL

Welcome to Sicily

Like its unique southern Italian cuisine, Sicily bursts with colours and flavours. There’s the glowing lava-red of Mount Etna, Europe’s most active volcano, and the honey-coloured stone of its baroque palazzos and churches. There’s the sparkling blue of its waters, some of the clearest and warmest in the Mediterranean; the golden sand of its beaches; and the dazzling white cliffs of the Scala dei Turchi — not to mention its rainbow of orange, lemon, olive, and almond groves.

For centuries, myriad civilisations have converged on the largest Mediterranean island, leaving behind world-renowned landmarks, from the Greek remains of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento to the Roman mosaics at Villa Romana del Casale; its 12th-century palaces and cathedrals combine Norman architecture with Byzantine style, none more vividly than Palermo’s gorgeous Cappella Palatina. Its markets evoke the scents and sounds of North Africa, while its precarious medieval hilltop villages might remind you of Tuscany, but the dialects spoken here are all their own.

How do I get around Sicily?

Sicily’s chief airport is Catania–Fontanarossa (CTA), with direct flights from all over Europe and internationally connecting flights via Rome and Milan. Palermo (PMO) also serves plenty of European destinations, and there are smaller airports in Trapani (TPS) and Comiso (CIY). There is plenty of public transportation around the island, although it can be time-consuming. The trains are notoriously slow. Regional buses can be a faster way to travel the island, though be warned: Services are often confusing and infrequent, so many people prefer to rent a car, especially for exploring inland. Taxis are widely available, and it’s usually best to agree on a fare in advance; there are also ferries and hydrofoils linking to Sicily’s offshore islands.

When is the best time to book a Sicily vacation rental?

High summer in Sicily is hot, if that’s what you like. For some visitors, especially if you plan to do a lot of outdoor activities like hiking or cycling, April to June can be a better option, when it’s warm but not sweltering; September and October are similarly pleasant, when the sea still retains its bath-like temperatures. In spring you can witness the stunning blossoming of the island’s many fruit and nut trees; it’s also when Syracuse hosts its famous Cycle of Classical Plays in its Greek amphitheatre (or you can catch them in Taormina in the summer). Many villages hold traditional religious festivals in autumn, and winters are short and mild (the more elevated parts of the island get the coldest). With plenty of sunshine year round, there’s never a wrong time to visit Sicily.

What are the top things to do in Sicily?

Cefalù

If you want a little taste of everything that makes Sicily special, this is the place. A beach town whose long sweep of white-sand beach is edged with turquoise-blue water, Cefalù is backed by the imposing cliff of La Rocca, at the foot of the beautiful Madonie mountain range. Don’t leave without checking out its UNESCO-protected cathedral, an exemplar of Arab-Norman architecture and Byzantine mosaic.

The Aeolian islands

If Sicily offers a slower pace of life than mainland Italy, this string of seven islands off the northeastern coast is where even Sicilians go to slow down. The natural wonder of Stromboli and Vulcano’s volcanic craters and black-sand beaches are just part of the appeal. Panarea has become a retreat for the rich and famous, while Alicudi is so quiet that the only way to get around is by donkey.

Val di Noto

This southeastern region of Sicily is unique for its towns which dazzle with late-baroque architecture. Built after a major earthquake in 1693, the exuberant facades and stately piazzas of Noto, Modica, Ragusa, and Scicli are now an ultra-elegant place to shop, dine, and stay.