Contrada Camemi, Sicily
Enjoy a relaxing stay in this stunning Sicilian villa with a beautiful pool and amazing views of the surrounding countryside.
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This fabulous villa on spectacular Sicily is fit for royalty. With plenty of space both inside and out, and fabulous vistas across the island, it's the perfect place to spend some time in the sunshine.
It's surrounded by a luscious Mediterranean garden, which fills the air with the scent of blooming flowers. The ultra-contemporary interior has been recently renovated, and the large windows frame the epic views outside. You'll find plenty of sun loungers, and there are two pergolas so everyone can enjoy some shade when they need it. And, best of all, there's a fabulous swimming pool where you can cool off on hot days – take a dip before tucking into a delicious alfresco lunch.
A fifteen-minute drive will bring you down to Capo Bianco Beach, a mesmerising spot with white sand and crystal clear water. Agrigento is thirty-five minutes away by car, where you'll find ancient temples and a historic old town. And, if you head inland, you can visit rustic villages or do some hiking through the striking landscapes.
Ash-topped Mount Etna rises from the heart of Sicily, lending a fiery flair to this sun-kissed island to the south of Italy. The volcanic terroir is perfect for grape, tomato and olive growing and family-run restaurants make the most of juicy beefsteak tomatoes drenched in olive oil, washed down with a glass of sweet Malvasia or fruity Novello.
There are plenty of dining spots to choose from in the buzzing cities of Palermo, Catania and Syracuse. Palermo itself is the capital where you’ll find ancient Byzantine churches, ruined palaces and a 12th-century Cathedral.
The ancient port city of Catania sits in the shadow of Etna and trails lead from here to the summit. Piazzas are filled with restaurants and bars, and the weekly fish market sells the freshest catch of the day.
While Syracuse on the Ionian Sea is steeped in Greek myth and legend. Away from the cities, Sicily’s coastline is dotted with villas that have stood for centuries and beaches with turquoise shallows.
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