Villa Natura

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Verified 15/02/2019
250 mq
Distance from
the sea: 6.5 km

Situated on the edge of the Archeological Park of Selinunte and close to the beach of the Reserve of the Imera river, the setting of this house in its green and pleasant garden is both enchanting and handy.

Peace and tranquility reign supreme in this handsome villa where the temples of Selinunte are so close, you'll be able to get a glimpse of them from the terrace. If it's a place where you can be "at one with nature" is what you crave, then Villa Natura is the ideal spot. The house is immersed in 13,000 sq mts of lush garden where century-old olive tree, palms and heavenly aromatic plants grow and the surrounding countryside stretches down to the sea. When you tire of lounging by the pool, you may wish to have a swim at one of the nearby beaches or have a look at one of the archeological sites in the area.

Property details

The lush verdant gardens enclose a 17th century fountain, a pool decked out with loungers as well as an alfresco area where there are dining facilities and a fridge. There's a 2-room chill-out summer house next to the pool too with two showers and a laundry. There are also lots of shady spots in the garden if you are seeking solitude or a place to read or snooze. The villa itself spreads over 2 floors with a patio on the western side of the house where there are couches and armchairs for relaxing in and the connecting door that takes you into the house. As you enter there is a large open-plan room that is divided between a living area with fireplace; a reading corner with views of the olive grove as well as a super spacious, well-equipped kitchen/dining area with picture windows looking onto the garden. Off here lies one double bedroom with a bathroom. Upstairs on the first floor there are 3 bedrooms in total, all with views of the surrounding countryside and a terrace with views of the temples of Selinunte and the sea. There are two twin bedrooms and a double room that features a four-poster bed. The first floor bathroom has a spa bath for a relaxing soak.


FromToper day
8 persons
per week
8 persons
  • Deposit

    (payable in cash upon arrival): EUR 500,00

  • Services included
    • Consumption of electricity
    • Sheets, pillow cases and bath towels
    • Consumption of water and gas
    • Internet connection
  • Mandatory extra services
    • Final cleaning: EUR 150,00

    • Arrivals after 08:00 pm and departure before 8:00 am: EUR 30,00

  • Additional information

    There is a covered patio in the garden where there's a fridge and in the summerhouse by the pool there are 2 showers.
    Small pets are welcome.

  • Pets

    Pets not allowed

  • Optional extra services
    • Consumption of electricity greater than 300 kwh. per week: EUR 0,40 (Kwh)

  • Information about extra services
    Mid-week cleaning of the pool is available on request.

Contract terms


  • September 2020
  • October 2020
  • November 2020
  • December 2020
  • January 2021
Available dates
Unavailable dates


Bathroom / Laundry
  • Washing machine
  • Hair dryer
  • TV room
  • TV with Sky
  • Wi-Fi
  • Log fire
  • Air conditioning
  • DVD player
  • Electric heat pump heating (hot air)
  • Outside shower with hot and cold water
  • Pool (LxWxH in meters)
  • Private parking
  • Barbecue
  • Electric kettle
  • Microwave oven
  • Toaster
  • Dishwasher

Surrounding Area


The Villa is just 6kms from the Belice River Nature Reserve which is a protected area that extends for 129 hectares and is an important stopover and nesting area for many animal species. Within the reserve there is also the Pineta beach and the pine forest with its renowned "Pineta" restaurant. Not far from here is the fishing village of Marinella di Selinunte the sandy beach known as Zabara. It is also an easy drive to the ancient remains of Selinunte. This historically interesting archaeological park is situated on the coast and boasts some of the most spectacular views of the sea that Sicily has to offer. The unspoilt beaches, such as the WWF oasis in Torre Salsa and Punta Granitola, are perfect for sunseekers and the location of the house is also ideal for those wishing to see the western side of the island. Possible day trips abound such as; Trapani's Salt Pans and Paceco, the medieval town of Erice, the theatre and temples in Segesta, the lively town of Sciacca (also famous for its Carnival and thermal baths), Marsala and its historic Wineries including Florio and Pellegrino, as well as San Vito lo Capo e Makari and the scenic (and unique) Tuna fishery in Scopello. If you feel like going a little further afield you might like to visit the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento or the Scala dei Turchi in Realmonte with its pure white rock cliffs overlooking the sea. We also recommend the Egadi islands for a day out and a regular hydrofoil service operates from Trapani's harbour. A boat gets you there in just 20 minutes.

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