Villa Meridiana – a Mediterranean oasis

Villa Meridiana – a Mediterranean oasis

Situated in Baroque country, deep in the south of Sicily, the sumptuous Villa Meridiana is a study in contemporary comfort and Mediterranean tranquility. This spacious villa may be a new build, but it was modelled on the traditional villas of Sicilian nobility. Therefore, you can experience a taste of how the other half lived in the deep south of this beautiful island without sacrificing the range of mod-cons you might need to make your stay run as smoothly as possible.

Villa Meridiana is painted in soft pastel tones and cuts an eye-catching figure when paired with the stunning 8x20m swimming pool and picturesque landscaped gardens.

Meridiana _Pool

 With accommodation split between the main home and attached annexe, there is plenty of room for families or large groups of friends to enjoy quality time together whilst still slipping off for some moments away from the crowd. This villa has nine bedrooms in all, sleeping 15 in comfort and style.

Meridiana _Patio

Inside the villa

A tour of the main building of this attractive villa reveals an airy living room with direct access to the terrace and gardens as well three double bedrooms, complete with en-suite facilities.

On the first floor, you will find a fully-equipped kitchen, ideal for preparing breakfast, dinner or making up packed lunches for a day out exploring, and another large living room and terrace – just in case one isn’t enough. The second floor offers a double bedroom and single bedroom, both with private balconies and bathrooms.

Meridiana _Kitchen

Those staying in the annexe will find the rooms to be just as comfortable; there is even a small kitchenette available for those early morning coffees, when you aren’t quite ready to rouse the house.

We can make your stay even more relaxing at this Mediterranean oasis by arranging a maid or cook service to attend to your needs – these services are available on request.

Meridiana _Lounge

Although there is a tennis court and restaurant within 900 metres of the villa, the peaceful rural surroundings mean that to reach further amenities and explore the treasures of Sicily’s south, it’s essential to bring your own car to this part of the island. There is private parking on site to cater for vehicles.

What is there to do nearby?

One of the big draws of Villa Meridiana is its close proximity to the sea. The fine sandy beaches of Punta Secca and Caucana are just a short stroll from the property whilst the beach of Marina di Ragusa makes for an enjoyable day trip, situated just 3km away.

Golf enthusiasts will delight in the close proximity of the famous Donnafugata Golf Resort whilst history buffs will be keen to explore the ancient Greek and Roman ruins at the Neapolis Archaeology Park near Syracuse. The quaint island of Ortygia, connected to mainland Syracuse by an overland bridge, is also worth a visit, thanks to its atmospheric medieval streets and vibrant markets. 

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Last but not least, the beautiful Baroque towns of the south offer stunning architecture and a chance to explore the history and culture of Sicily through the captivating buildings, cathedrals and facades on display. Try the chocolate of Modica and admire the beauty of Noto as you drive through the Valle Barocco.

Get ready to indulge in rest, relaxation and all the delights southern Sicily has to offer – book Villa Meridiana for your next getaway, today.