5-room villa 170 m2 on 2 levels. Modern and tasteful furnishings: large living/dining room with panoramic window with TV (flat screen). Exit to the terrace. 1 double bedroom with panoramic window with shower/bidet/WC. Exit to the terrace. Kitchenette (5 hot plates, dishwasher, refrigerator, toaster, water boiler, microwave, freezer). Shower/bidet/WC. Upper floor: (ladder), 1 double bedroom with shower/bidet/WC and TV (flat screen). Exit to the terrace. 2 double bedrooms. Shower/bidet/WC. Air-conditioning, forced-air heating. 2 large terraces 30 m2, covered, north-east facing position terrace 15 m2, north-east facing position. Terrace furniture, barbecue, deck chairs. Very beautiful panoramic view of the sea, the mountains and the swimming pool. Facilities: washing machine, iron, children's high chair, baby cot for up to 2 year olds, hair dryer. Internet (WiFi, free). Reserved parking (3 cars).
Villa "Rocchi Livreri", built in 2020. In the hamlet Scopello 8 km from the centre of Castellammare del Golfo, in a secluded, quiet, sunny position on top of a hill, 5 km from the sea, north-east facing position. Private: property 1'500 m2 (fenced), swimming pool (4 x 8 m, depth 150 cm, 01.04.-31.10.). Outdoor shower, garden furniture, barbecue, pool maintenance by the owner/gardener parking on the premises. Railway station "Castellammare del Golfo" 12 km, sandy beach "Castellammare del Golfo" 11 km, shingle beach "Guidaloca" 5 km. Nearby attractions: Parco Archeologico Segesta 28 km, Trapani Porto Aliscafi per Isole Egadi 35 km, Erice 35 km, San Vito lo Capo 42 km, Saline di Marsala 58 km, Palermo 70 km. Please note: car recommended.
Prior to your departure, you will receive the key collection information for your stay, along with your travel documents.
Castellamara del Golfo is a typical Sicilian old town with 14,000 inhabitants. The town is situated 65 km west of Palermo on the gulf of Castellamare. The town has a sulphur and sulphate mineral spring, a bathing beach, tennis courts nearby in the natural park of Zingaro which is worth a visit. An ideal place to visit historical and cultural landmarks such as Segasta with its Greek theatre, Trapani and Erice. The town lies on the edge of a rocky, deeply indented coastline with several small beaches and bays, not to mention the large beach at Guidaloca. Drive along the coast and pass the impressive Scopello rocks, or to the famous "Zingaro" nature park (protected area), until you finally reach the white sany beach at S. Vito Lo Capo.
Click on your desired arrival date in the calendar and select the duration of your stay using the drop down menu. It takes less than two minutes to make your reservation online.