A modern detached villa, with pool, situated only 250 metres from a beautiful beach. Tastefully furnished with a lovely outside eating area and garden ideal for dining 'al fresco'. This bright, spacious property is located in the vicinity of Mazara del Vallo, a charming, seaside town with fishing port. Only 250m from the nearest restaurant, 500m from delicatessen and 35km from Trapani airport. Perfect for a relaxing beach holiday or exploring the Western coast of Sicily. Air-con, wifi and BBQ available.
Beautiful Mediterranean style villa with private swimming pool near Mazara del Vallo, a charming seaside town on the west coast of Sicily. With its spacious terraces and well-kept garden and swimming pool, the property is in an ideal position, at a short distance from wonderful sandy beaches and the sea. The interior is comfortable and welcoming with all modern conveniences. Built on one level, the villa includes a spacious living room with a fireplace, a well-equipped kitchen, two cosy bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Villa Mazara del Vallo is ideal for outdoor living, especially for families looking for that perfect relaxing holiday or for exploring the charms of the local area: from evocative Erice to Marsala and Trapani (which also has links with the Egadi islands), as well as the magnificent archaeological sites of Segesta, Selinunte and Agrigento, the enchanting scenery of the nature reserves of Lo Zingaro and Lo Stagnone with its salt pans, windmills and the Phoenician island of Mozia.
Square metres: 100 - Sleeps: 6
G.F.: living/dining room with fireplace and double sofa bed, kitchen, 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, 1 bathroom/tub, 1 bathroom/shower, 2 terraces with arcade, garden.
Facilities: Washing-machine, Dishwasher, Fridge, Freezer, 1 Oven(s) electric, Fireplace, TV, Satellite receiver, CD player, DVD player, Barbecue, Outdoor shower, Cot, Heating: radiators (extra), Air-conditioning: n. split 3 (extra)
Size (in metres) 11 x 4 - Depht min 1,20 - max 1,80
Open from 01.04 to 31.10
Unfortunately this property cannot be booked online at present. Please contact us using the enquiry form below or call us on 0161 787 8587 for latest availability.
We look forward to speaking with you.
Nicola and Lucy Pearson - Your Bridgewater Team
30 Jun - 27 Jul 2018
28 Jul - 24 Aug 2018
25 Aug - 31 Aug 2018
1 Sep - 28 Sep 2018
29 Sep - 31 Dec 2018
1 Jan - 4 Jan 2019
|Services: 3 km - Mazara del Vallo|
|Tennis: 7 km - Mazara del Vallo|
|Riding school: 10 km - Maraza del Vallo|
|Golf: 190 km - Campofelice di Roccella|
|Railway station: 4 km - Mazara del Vallo|
|Airport: 35 km - Trapani|
|Port: 4 km - Mazara del Vallo|
|Sandy beach: 250m|
It is a small world made of sea, boats, fishermen and a little bit of Africa. Mazara del Vallo is less than 200 kilometres away from the Tunisian coasts and has an old town centre full of tiny streets and paths that recalls the typical Islamic town planning, known as "casbah". This distinctive feature comes from its past, when the city became, under Arab rule, one of the most important cultural, economic centres in Sicily. Mazara is a striking city with a unique atmosphere shaped by the presence of many folks that ruled this country for centuries, such as the Phoenician, Roman, Norman and the Bourbon. In the city can be seen the "dancing Satyr", a wonderful, bronze sculpture 2.5 metres tall which is a great work of Greek art, dating back according to some scholars to between the 2nd and the 3rd century BC and to the 4th century BC according to others. This sculpture was found in the sea in 1998 and now is in the deconsecrated church of "Sant'Egidio" (1424) where the museum of the "Satiro" can be visited. Walking around its old town centre can be seen important, historic monuments and buildings, such as the baroque cathedral of "SS Salvatore", the Norman castle and the church of "S. Nicolò Regale" built in a Norman-Arab style and situated nearby the lively fish market. Mazara del Vallo is one of Italy's most important harbours for fishing boats and is surrounded by a sweet countryside. It is very close to many interesting resorts, such as Marsala, a town that is well-known thanks to its salt pans and its wine, Selinunte, the biggest archaeological park in Europe, and the medieval Salemi with a beautiful, hill landscape full of vineyards and olive trees.
Marsala Km 20,
Sciacca Km 50,
Trapani (collegamenti con le isole Egadi) Km 50,
Erice Km 67,
San Vito lo Capo Km 80,
Scopello e la Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro Km 85,
Castellammare del Golfo Km 90,
Palermo Km 130,
Catania Km 340,
Agrigento Km 115