Sicily’s north and north-eastern regions have been a long-time favourite for tourists for many a year, thanks to its mesmerising coastline and close proximity to the majestic silhouette of Mount Etna, Europe’s largest active volcano. This part of the north also features the harbour town of Milazzo, the... Read more
our villas in the East and Northeast of Sicily
Sicily’s north and north-eastern regions have been a long-time favourite for tourists for many a year, thanks to its mesmerising coastline and close proximity to the majestic silhouette of Mount Etna, Europe’s largest active volcano. This part of the north also features the harbour town of Milazzo, the gateway to the Aeolian Island chain, a group of volcanic islands renowned for their crystalline waters, natural mud baths and regular eruptions which can be watched from the shore or on board an island-hopping boat. Whether your idea of heaven is trekking national parks, hiking rugged mountains, or enjoying some sea, sand and sun, the east and north-eastern regions of Sicily will not disappoint.
Find holiday homes in east and north east Sicily
Our collection of unique villas offers a wide range of options to suit a variety of tastes and budgets. Enjoy an opulent villa where you can swim in your own private pool near the enchanting Baroque city of Acireale or choose a coastal abode near to the scenic town of Patti, where glorious sea views and kilometres of coves, bays and beaches await. Alternatively, a small group, family or couple might prefer an apartment in the beautiful Taormina where you can drink up sensational sea views and sip wine on your terrace. All our Sicilian accommodation has been hand-picked by our expert team. Take a look at our collections or contact us for further information.
The top locations of the east and north-eastern regions offer alluring cities, seductive coastline and stunning mountain ranges set in the heart of national parkland – if you are looking for landscapes that will take your breath away, you have come to the right place.
Soak up the scenic architecture of this attractive city and indulge in art and culture via the museums, library and exhibitions on offer. Time your visit right and you could participate in the famous Easter carnival where dancing, parades and mouth-watering Sicilian cuisine is order of the day.
This atmospheric coastal town offers inspirational scenery from its vantage point, perched on a rugged promontory jutting out into the aquamarine sea. The chief attractions of Taormina are the glittering coastline, romantic streets and an impressive Greco-Roman amphitheatre situated at the top of the hill.
The seven sensational Aeolian Islands are one of the highlights of Sicily’s north-eastern coast. A UNESCO-protected site, this archipelago is steeped in rich natural beauty and unique volcanic attractions such as natural mud baths and active volcanoes spewing fountains of sparks into the sky.
Where to next?
Once you have thoroughly explored the rich, natural beauty and captivating towns of Sicily’s east and north-eastern regions, travel south to historical Syracuse where ancient ruins await and the picturesque island of Ortygia offers winding medieval streets and world-class food markets to sample sumptuous Sicilian cuisine.
Continue into the southern reaches and discover Sicily’s Baroque country where cities like Ragusa, Noto and Modica provide spectacular examples of Baroque architecture and thoroughly romantic streets to get lost in.
Alternatively, travel along the northern coast to the sandy beaches of Capo d’Orlando and the popular seaside town of Cefalu. If you need a little more help in planning your perfect holiday in Sicily, take a look at our handy travel guide for top tips and guides to the most popular parts of the island.
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Luxurious and exclusive poolvilla, with stunning seaviews and top panoramic position, in the vicinity of Taormina. The villa which is majestic and elegant, enchants with its views of the bay of Isola Bella, the striking infinity pool and the spacious terrace and abundant, well tended gardens.
La Boheme is an exclusive pool villa, located in upper part of Taormina, not far from the popular shopping district of Corso Umberto and other famous sights, such as the famous Greek Theatre.
South of the Etna in the small and peaceful village Trecastagni lies the Rosalia, an impressive and luxurious holiday villa combining modern architecture and traditional furnishings. Located on a large property with a private swimming pool, a furnished terrace and a beautiful garden.
Villa Sul Mare is located in a small villa complex on the coast, in the 'la Timpa' nature reserve, offering the most stunning views over the Ionian Sea and the nature reserve. The stunning property is nestled in a beautiful Mediterranean garden and offers a grand terrace and private pool, ideal for families or groups of friends to holiday together.
La Vela is a rarity among Sicilian holiday villas. Comprising of magnificent terraces, the villa is a successful mixture of remnants of ancient times such as antique majolica floors, art nouveau and vaulted, high ceilings
This beautiful holiday villa, a recently restored farmhouse, is nestled on the slopes of Mount Etna descending towards the sea. The villa offers spectacular views of the coast between Acireale and Taormina.