Sicily is one of the largest islands in the Mediterranean and impresses with its kilometres of coastline. The Strait of Messina separates the island from mainland Italy. Numerous leisure activities invite you to discover the island and its nature or history. Great writers, such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, were raving about Sicily as a treasure at the time. Our holiday homes are spread all over the island and offer space for relaxation through the generous size of the properties. Between 4 and 28 people have enough space in the holiday homes in Sicily, ideal not only for family holidays but also for groups. The luxurious properties are all modernly equipped and offer a private pool and other amenities. Many of the holiday homes in Sicily are by the sea and the beach is within walking distance. Relax in the cool water of the private pool or enjoy the evening sun in the beautiful garden with a glass of wine.
Holiday home in Sicily directly by the sea
Our holiday homes in Sicily by the sea often offer the possibility to reach the beach on foot. The clear tide and the unmistakable play of colours of the water make divers' hearts beat faster. That is why there are several diving schools where you can rent equipment for a snorkeling experience too and you can then discover the fascinating underwater world of the Mediterranean. If you are looking for a more sporting activity, there are many places for kitesurfing or windsurfing. The coasts of Cefalú or Taormina and Lampedusa are ideal for this and popular with young and old. As we offer holiday homes all over the island, all towns and coasts are within easy reach.
Holiday home in Sicily in the interior of the island
A holiday in Sicily offers more than just beautiful beaches. The interior of the country, through the diversity of its nature, is also magnificent. Those who want to see for themselves can do this for example in the ice caves, the so-called Grotta del Gelo. The only permanent glacier in these latitudes is a wonder through its pure existence. The cave is located at the famous Etna volcano and can be explored during a day hike. However, good footwear and a little stamina are necessary, as the path to the cave leads over cooled lava through a forest and is therefore not completely flat. If this full day excursion seems a bit too strenuous, you can also visit the Valley of Temples. The valley is surrounded by vineyards and olive trees, reflecting Italy in its original form. The archaeological site is not far from the city of Agrigento and exposes the remains of Akragas, an important city in ancient Greece. Our holiday homes in Sicily are located a few kilometres from the site, which is easy to reach by car.
Holiday home in Sicily close to a city
In Sicily, our holiday homes are not only located directly by the sea, but also close to some of the larger coastal towns, such as Syracuse. For holidaymakers who love ancient architecture, the city is a must. Temples, narrow streets and beautiful houses make the visitors travel back in time. If you are hungry after a leisurely stroll through the city, there are numerous possibilities to taste the Italian cuisine. An ice cream, fresh fruit from small market stalls or antipasti with olives, tomatoes and peppers from the region reflect Sicily best. After an exciting day, enjoy the peace and quiet in one of our holiday homes. Cool off in the private pool or enjoy a glass of regional wine on the terrace and let your gaze wander over the sea.