If beautiful beaches, atmospheric towns and acres of wine-producing countryside sound like the kind of ingredients that make up a dream holiday, you would do well to pay a visit to the western regions of Sicily. From ancient temples and ruins, standing testament to Sicily’s long past, to some of the best... Read more
BeacH villas With Pool in Sicily's West-Southwest
If beautiful beaches, atmospheric towns and acres of wine-producing countryside sound like the kind of ingredients that make up a dream holiday, you would do well to pay a visit to the western regions of Sicily. From ancient temples and ruins, standing testament to Sicily’s long past, to some of the best beaches in Italy, this part of the island offers some of the top sights and attractions that Sicily has to offer. Additionally, floating off the south-western shore, encircled by the glittering Mediterranean Sea, you will find the rustic Egadian Islands, notorious for their rugged beauty and tranquil surroundings as well as the exotic Pelagie Islands with their milky white beaches and world-class diving spots.
Holiday villas in west and south west Sicily
Here at Sicily4U, we pride ourselves on our collection of unique, hand-picked holiday homes, offering a range of accommodation for a variety of requirements and budgets. Our Sicilian villas include five-star country estates and luxurious beach-front properties as well as cosy one-bedroom abodes, perched right in the heart of some of Sicily’s most charming towns.
Treat yourself to an indulgent escape in the popular beach town of San Vito Lo Capo where the creamy sands are regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in Sicily. Or fill your lungs with fresh mountain air and stay at a traditional Sicilian baglio situated up near the medieval town of Erice. Discover our collections or contact us for further assistance in locating your ideal holiday home in Sicily.
Whether it’s seaside, mountains or countryside that you are dreaming of when you book your flights to Sicily, you will find that the west and south west regions certainly won’t disappoint…
San Vito Lo Capo
A stunning stretch of sand, lapped by turquoise water, San Vito Lo Capo is a beach-lover’s Caribbean dream. Laze on the golden shores, explore the coastline by boat, or hire a car and head off to the nearby Lo Zingaro Nature Reserve to trek, picnic and soak up the spectacular views.
Stay in the charming coastal town of Marsala for an experience that takes you right into the heart of Sicily’s wine country. Sample the delicious local wines and explore the historic streets with their captivating architecture.
Trapani is a harbour town and the gateway to the Egadian Island chain. Wander the winding medieval streets, eat fresh-off-the-boat seafood or hop in a cable car up into the clouds to walk the cobbled streets of Erice.
As well as a paradisal nature reserve and sugar-spun sands, a stay in Selinunte offers access to one of the top historical sites of Sicily. Explore the archaeological park with its crumbled temples and walk amongst the ruins of an ancient civilisation that evokes the island’s blood-spattered past of war and conquest.
Where to next?
After exhausting the delights of Sicily’s south-western reaches, continue south to the beautiful Baroque towns, resplendent in honey-coloured stone that shines in the sun. Ragusa and Noto are two of the most famous, but nearby Modica offers traditional chocolate, guaranteed to make your mouth water. Alternatively, head along the northern coast where you can try sumptuous street food in bustling Palermo or enjoy a beach break of rest and relaxation in seaside town Cefalu. Have a read of our travel guide to help plan your next Sicilian adventure.
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Torre Canalotto is a large, aristocratic villa, built around an ancient watchtower, near the town of Castelvetrano and Selinunte, Europe’s most extensive archaeological site. Various beautiful beaches line the unspoilt coast nearby, with the Oasis in Torre Salsa and Punta Granitola being protected Environmental groups such as WWF.
Villa Farfalla is a splendid modern holiday villa situated in the South West of Sicily in the vicinity of the famous fishing village of Selinunte. The villa is set in an extrodinary position amongst two acres of olive groves.
This stunning luxury villa, with infinity pool is located in the Trapani countryside in Sicily, with splendid views of the surrounding hills and valleys. Borgo Valleverde is an oasis of peace and tranquillity.
Beautiful family villa with private pool and panoramic views, near sandy beaches and popular sights. The setting of Villa Le Vigne make this a perfect villa for anyone seeking a truly relaxing holiday, away, yet near the bustle of the seaside towns and beaches of the Southwest of Sicily.
Casa Bonagia is a recently restored cottage with private pool, in a beautiful hillside location, in the hilly countryside of Erice in Northwestern Sicily. It is the perfect setting for a truly relaxing holiday.
Villa Morena di Marsala is a beautiful Mediterranean style villa, locates only a few metres from the long stretch of fine sand beach in the vincinity of the ancient town Marsala. This fantastic location and the proximity to the sea make this villa higly recommendable for a large family or a group of friends looking for relaxation.
With a private roof terrace and located in the heart of San Vit lo Capo, Casa Blu is a stunning example of a Sicilian town house. Just a stones' throw from the sea, Casa Blu is perfect for a beach break on this stunning stretch of coastline.
bright and cozy holiday villa, only 7 minutes drive from the beach and 10 minutes drive to the town of Menfi with shops, restaurants and cafes. Villa Melograno is situated in an elevated position, from where you can enjoy fantastic views of the sea and the surrounding olive groves.
This modern, bright and comfortable holiday villa near Menfi and Portopalo gets its name from the nearby sand dunes on the long sandy beach. It is perfectly suited equally for beach holidays and cultural trips.