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from € 150 per night

Minimum stay 4 nights

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Reviews

Cammissar Philippe

Un petit coin de paradis idéal pour se reposer et profiter de l'eau turquoise. L'accueil a été très sympathique et le cadre est vraiment paradisiaque. August 2017

Alessandra Straccamore

Che dire.. magica baia, dammuso curato nel dettaglio, scorcio naturalistico di rara intensità. Ringraziamo la Sig.ra Giulia ed Anna per averci aperto le porte del loro angolo di paradiso. A presto! Alessandra e Matteo August 2017
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Summary

One of the few remaining solitary and secluded places along the Sicilian coastline with a small coral sand beach, beside another of fine white sand. Two “dammusi” (cave houses) sit, immersed in nature, looking out on the headland and a coral, crystal-clear sea. Ideal for a few days of solitude in the shade of a pine tree along the seashore, enjoying the wonders of nature. We have spent several years travelling around Sicily to discover the best places for you. This is one of our favourites; we could call it love at first sight. Soak up the magical evening atmosphere and experience spectacular stargazing at the seashore, listening to the sweet sounds of nature.

Property details

The property is immersed in Mediterranean greenery, native plants, Maritime palms and Eucalyptus trees and a delightful, well-kept flower garden surrounds the house. The two main stone buildings called Dammusi - designed with the houses found on the Sicilian island of Pantelleria in mind - are connected by another stone unit. In the grounds just behind the house sits a barbecue, wood-fire oven and a charming outdoor dining table made of typical Sicilian ceramics. The interior of the first Dammusi contains a big living room where there's a dining table and a comfy couch. Off here lies the stone unit that connects the Dammusi and successfully integrates the spacious modern kitchen. The night area in the second Dammusi includes a double bedroom with bathroom, a bedroom with double-bunks and a family bathroom. And that's not all! To the front of the house there's an alfresco lounge area scattered with armchairs and couches. From here a track leads down to the first pebbled and sandy beach but if you should tire of the sun then you can shade yourself under the Tamarix tree or use the shower that sits nearby. Across the rocks a bit further on you'll come to another lovely beach where you can laze on the sand and wile away your time.
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10% discount for the periods:
  • from 9.09 to 6.10

Characteristics

  • authentic residence
  • seafront
  • near the beach
  • suitable for families
  • natural place
  • on the beach
  • a spectacular view

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Prices

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From To per day
4 persons
per week
4 persons
Minimum
Stay
07-10 '17 05-01 150 1050 4
06-01 27-04 150 1050 4
28-04 25-05 170 1200 4
26-05 29-06 225 1600 4
30-06 03-08 300 2100 7
04-08 24-08 370 2600 7
25-08 07-09 225 1600 4
08-09 05-10 170 1200 4
06-10 04-01 '19 150 1050 4
Deposit (payable in cash upon arrival)
200,00 €

Services included

  • Consumption of electricity up to 300 kw. per week
  • Consumption of water and gas
  • Sheets, pillow cases and bath towels
  • Internet connection
  • Welcome pack

Mandatory extra services to be paid on site

  • € 50.00 Final cleaning

Information about extra services

  • Breakfast € 5/per - can be booked for not less than 5 days
  • Lunch or dinner (meat) € 25/per
  • Lunch or dinner (fish) € 35/per
  • Aperitif with snacks on the terrace € 10/per
  • Massage € 35/per

Additional information

On the same property there's another house with a private entrance for the owners use. It has its own access to the beach.

Facilities

Barbecue

Barbecue

Hair dryer

Hair dryer

Wi-Fi Internet

Wi-Fi Internet

Toaster

Toaster

Ironing board and iron

Ironing board and iron

Washing machine

Washing machine

Outside shower with hot and cold water

Outside shower with hot and cold water

TV

TV

High chair

High chair

Cradle

Cradle

DVD player

DVD player

Area

Area

If you have chosen this remote and out of the way place that sits right by the beach in south-west Sicily then you most likely crave a holiday where you can wake to the sound of the sea and days spent lazing in the sun. However, if you should tire of heavenly tranquility, there is loads more to see and do in the area. The city of Sciacca which is just a 10 minute drive away, has a lovely historical centre and - as you would expect from a fishing port- exceptional seafood. The town is also renowned for its carnivals which take place throughout the year. If your plans hadn't included a visit to Greek Templi Valley, Selinunte and Segesta then you really ought to change them and the Salt Plant Trapani and Paceco, Mozia, medieval Erice, Scopello and Tonnara as well as Corleone (famous for its Mafia connections) are all well worth seeing too! If you fancy a bit of wine tasting then the wineries including the historical Florio, Pellegrino and Donnafugata are a stones throw away. If it's architectual masterpieces you're after then the buzzing Palermo has lots to offer and is less than an hours drive away and while there you may as well head up to Monreale to see its famous Cathedral. For golf lovers the Resort di Verdura is just 30kms from the property and you'll delight in its splendid 18-hole courses where you may wish to have a lesson with the Englsh speaking golf instructor. The resort also contains restaurants, a pool, spa and a beach. Other beaches in the area not to be missed are the Turkish steps, Eraclea Minoa and Torre Salsa (a WWF site).

distances to surrounding areas

Distances

Amenities

Beach

0.00 km

Restaurant

2.00 km

Supermarket

8.00 km

Town of Sciacca

10.00 km

Golf course «Verdura»

24.00 km

Trapani Airport

91.00 km

Palermo airport

120.00 km

Comiso Airport

185.00 km

Catania Airport

230.00 km

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