- Caronia Marina
- 6 guests
- 3 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- Private sea access
- Villa surrounded by green land
In the district of Messina, near the Caronie Mountains, commonly called Nebrodi, there is Caronia, the delightful and historic town where you can find Villa Buzza.
Authentic sicilian villa, enveloped by the sea and lots of greenery. Very functional and well used are the large outdoor spaces that surround the house, large porticos fanned out to encourage shade in the hottest hours. Several refreshment areas, such as a romantic gazebo with its garden set, a large table for dining enriched by historic majolica tiles, a well-kept and equipped outdoor kitchen, also made of masonry and a cozy swimming pool overlooking the sea, surrounded by lush olive trees and colorful oleanders.
An experience of comfort and relaxation in pure Sicilian style, accompanied by the song of cicadas, the rustle of leaves and the unmistakable scent of the sea, easily reached by a bucolic private path.
A coast that is always blue, clean and composed of clear, smooth pebbles.
In the house there is an air of an island vacation, lots of light, fresh floors, mostly made with bluette majolica tiles, and a wraparound white wood-beamed ceiling. Entering, one immediately enters the living room, with a dining table, TV area and a comfortable, large masonry sofa; Continuing, one arrives at the kitchen, which is very well equipped, practical and with attention to detail. All the spaces in the house have been exploited in the best possible way, to allow guests to have privacy, comfort and independence. There are three double bedrooms and they have direct access to outdoor spaces. One of the bedrooms, in addition to having a view of the pool, also has an en-suite bathroom. There are three bathrooms in total, which are very large and well-lit.
- 2/4 Single beds
- 1/3 Double beds
- 3 bathrooms with shower
- Full equipped kitchen
- Air conditioning
- High speed WiFi
- Full kitchen
- Iron/Ironing board
- Washing machine
- Double beds
- Coffee machine
- Satellite TV
- Barbecue area
- Barbeque grills
- Private entrance
- Private parking
- Swimming pool for exclusive use
- Outdoor dining area
- Palermo airport, 142 km
- Catania airport, 150 km
- Trapani airport, 224 km
- Car recommended
Pets are not allowed. Parties and/or Events are not allowed.
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Parco delle Madonie
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Parco dei Nebrodi
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