Villa delle Saline
Selinunte and Western Sicily, Sicily, Italy
- Sandy beach nearby
- Elegant interiors with beautiful tiled floors
About the villa
Surrounded by large and lush terraces, and raised a little for fantastic views, this rural retreat looks out over the countryside from Erice to the salt pans, and across the sea as far as the Egadi islands. With the warmth of a family home which has evolved over time, the villa’s décor is a blend of classic antiques on traditional rugs, modern art on crisp white walls, and rather rustic raftered ceilings. On the ground floor, the living room is open to an elegant dining room, and the well equipped kitchen could seem even better with (pre-bookable) cook service.
Four bedrooms share the first floor with a small sitting room, where a Juliet balcony faces sweeping views, and a staircase leads to the top floor bedroom, comfortably furnished with a French bed. Spacious and elegantly styled and all with air conditioning, most of the bedrooms also have en suite bath or shower room.
A particular feature of the bedrooms is the original Sicilian floor tiles which were restored during the renovation of the villa. Outside, the generous swimming pool basks in a spacious sunny terrace, with loungers in the sun and little tables under olive tree shade. The dining area with table and benches is at the rear of the property adjacent to the kitchen. Sundowners can be adjoined on the panoramic terrace adjacent to the gardens of the villa. A local shop in Paceco is 2km away, and Trapani’s sandy beach, bars, restaurants and boutiques are just 9km from the villa. This is a very convenient spot, within easy reach of beaches locally or at San Vito Lo Capo, Scopello and day trips to the Egadi islands, Erice, Trapani, Palermo and the temples of Segesta and Selinunte.
- Entrance hall
- Living room
- Kitchen opening onto terrace
- Dining room
- Satellite TV with SKY Cinema
- DVD Player
- CD player
GAMES & SPORTS
- Table tennis
Fewer of you?
Throughout the season there is a price for up to 6 people. In this case the following rooms will be closed; the single bedroom and the bathroom on 1st floor and on the second floor (sloping ceilings) the bedroom with a French bed (120cm), leaving 3 bedrooms with en suite facilities on the first floor available. For 7-8 people all rooms will be open and available.
Please note the wall of the front terrace is very low. Young children must be supervised at all times.
Please note car is recommended, roads are not suitable for walking.
Electricity is included up to 300 Kwh per week. Extra usage is €0.40 per Kwh payable locally.
An English speaking CV Representative in Italy will be available by phone during your stay. Contact details will be sent with your travel documents.
Arrival between 16:00 - 21:00. For arrivals between 21:00 - 24:00, a late arrival fee of €30 will be charged, payable in cash locally. Departure by 10:00. Changeover day Saturday: 25 June - 26 August but flexible at all other times (minimum 7 nights)
Please refer to the Health & Safety pages on this website.
CV Villas is happy to book flights for our customers on scheduled, chartered or low cost airlines from London and regional UK airports. Please ask for details.
Car hire can be pre-booked through CV Villas with collection at the airport of arrival. Please ask for details.
A food hamper is available on request. It must be ordered in the UK pre departure and paid for locally. Please ask for details.
CV Villas offers a wide variety of additional services, to make your villa holiday even more special. You should be able to find all the information you need here, otherwise you can check out our frequently asked questions page or simply send us an enquiry.
- Shops and restaurants in Paceco 2km
- Further shops, banks, restaurants, cafes and boutiques 9km Trapani
PLACES OF INTEREST
- Erice 19km
- Marsala 25km
- Segesta 30km
- San Vito lo Capo 40km
- Selinunte 90km
- Palermo 108km
- Trapani-Birgi 10km
- Palermo 85km
- Trapani 8km
- Trapani 8km
While still having a rich Italian heritage in food, history and culture, the west of Sicily has a noticeable African influence. Even with this, this area is still famous for an Italian tradition – winemaking – and is the home of the sweet desert wine, Marsala. The nightlife is something to experience, with family run restaurants popping up on the streets in the evening, showcasing a menu of freshly caught seafood, and other local dishes. But don’t forget about the days. Whatever interests you, there is something to see - from thermal baths and beaches to island trips and historical monuments.
Find out more about Selinunte and Western Sicily