Villa Antico Ulivo
- Villa located a few kilometres from the famous beaches of Menfi and Porto Palo
- Magnificent garden adorned with olive trees and with a beautiful infinity pool
- Charming villa decorated with attention to the smallest details
- Palermo Airport 90km - 56 miles
- Trapani Airport 92km - 57miles
- Catania Airport 253km- 157miles
- Car necessary
- 2 double bedrooms
- 2 ensuite bathrooms
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
Villa Antico Ulivo is a magnificent residence located in the Sicilian countryside near Selinunte.
The villa is surrounded by greenery and enjoys unique tranquillity. Just 15 minutes by car you can reach the fantastic beach of Selinunte, while for about half an hour by car the beaches of Porto Palo and Menfi. The archaeological area of Selinunte is easily accessible, in addition to the beaches of Triscina and Tre Fontane.
The exterior of the villa features a garden with olive trees, which will guarantee your privacy, and an infinity pool ideal for cooling off during the hot summer days.
The interior of the villa is divided into two areas. The first, dedicated to the sleeping area, consists of two comfortable bedrooms with double beds and two ensuite bathrooms. The second is the living area, which includes a large well-lit living room, an area with a dining table and a kitchen.
Pets are allowed on request-Parties and / or Events are not allowed
Extra use of electricity: exceeding 200 kw per week € 0,40 per Kw
Extra cleaning of the villa: € 16,00 for hour
Extra change of linen: one set of bed linen = € 12,00 / two sets of towels = € 12,00
Late check-in by 10 pm: € 100,00
Late check out by 7 pm: € 400,00
Agrigento is a historic city located a few kilometres from Palermo. The town has many remains from its ancient past. A must-see is the valley of the archaeological park of the temples, a great archaeological area that has become a UNESCO heritage site. Moreover, we suggest visiting the historic centre of the city, the Cathedral of San Geraldo and the Monastery of Saint Spirit.
The ancient medieval village of Erice is an enchanting place that must not be missing from your travel itinerary. You can admire breathtaking landscapes, walk through the medieval-looking alleys and visit the Castle. Here it is possible to taste the traditional dishes of Trapani and the famous “Genovese di Erice”, a typical dessert.
Mazara del Vallo
Mazara del Vallo is a few kilometers from Selinunte. It is a perfect destination for those who want to explore Sicily’s cultural and artistic destinations. Here you can find the famous Greek statue of the “Dancing Satyr of Mazara del Vallo”. Furthermore, Mazara del Vallo is known for its multi-ethnicity. We recommend tasting the red shrimp in Mazara and the fish couscous.
Segesta was founded by the Elymian civilisation, and to this day is still a mysterious entity in our land. Known for its rich archaeological park, full of history and exuberant Mediterranean vegetation. The lively and solid presence of imposing temples, their decorated columns, monumental gates, surrounding walls, the Sanctuary of Contrada Mango, the magnificent view of the two acropolis and the necropolis outside the walls, show us how many wonderful evolutions Sicily has experienced and how easy it is to access them by walking around it step by step. Visiting this location will be a real journey into the most remote history of our beloved land.
Marettimo is part of the Egadi Islands archipelago, and among them is the most mountainous, known for its Mount Falcone, whose peak is 686 m, a popular destination for many trekking enthusiasts. The special feature of this island is the perfect combination of sea and mountains, both of which offer an incomparable landscape and fully satisfy all the parameters for lovers of unspoilt nature. The sea is crystal clear and is home to a colourful underwater landscape with countless species of fauna. Boat trips provide access to various caves with magical colours and unique scents. A rare experience for those who wish to observe nature without filters.
Cretto di Burri
Il Cretto di Burri is one of the largest and most extraordinary works of land art in Europe, created by Alberto Burri in Sicily, in the province of Trapani, located on Gibellina Vecchia. The latter, razed to the ground after the severe Belice earthquake in 1968, was commemorated by creating this majestic and memorable work of art that is out of the ordinary in its appearance and functionality. The work faithfully replicates the routes of the original plan of the town, so that visitors can walk step by step through the memories of a place now historically lost.
Poggioreale was founded around 1600 at the foot of Mount Castellaccio in the province of Trapani. This town was razed to the ground by a powerful and devastating earthquake in 1968 and all the inhabitants were forced to abandon their homes. In the 1970s, a new settlement was built further down the valley, but the real centre of attraction is the ancient centre of habitation now called the ”ghost town”, this location is much sought after by several filmmakers for its mysterious appearance.
Valle dei Templi
The ever-flourishing Valley of the Temples in Agrigento. One of the largest and best-preserved archaeological sites of classical Greek civilisation in the world, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The presence of these indivisible Doric temples dedicated to the Hellenic gods, and the Pietro Griffo Regional Archaeological Museum housing artefacts dating back to prehistoric times, offer inestimable value to this geographical area of Sicily, an area that has been home to numerous literary works such as “Il Gattopardo”. Its close proximity to rivers, unspoilt islands, endless beaches and scenic mountains makes this location a historical nature trail that allows one to experience the authentic essence of Sicily past and present.
Scala dei Turchi
The Scala dei Turchi, located in the province of Agrigento, is known for the beauty of its white marl walls, smoothed by the waves and wind over millions of years, giving them a smooth, undulating shape. It is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world, as well as for several filmmakers and photographers, for the scenic impact of its white and sometimes surreal appearance. It takes this name because it was the ‘stairway’ or rather the landing place of Saracen pirates, vulgarly called ‘Turks’.