Discover the Charm of Sicily Villas for Rent

Immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of Sicily, where luxury meets tradition in our exclusive villas for rent. Experience the rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes of this enchanting island. From the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean to the majestic Mount Etna, each villa offers a unique gateway to explore Sicily's treasures. Book your dream Sicilian escape today and create unforgettable memories in the heart of the Mediterranean in Southern Italy.

 
Stay at Villa Sicla for luxury accommodation with stunning views, modern amenities, and easy access to Sicilian Baroque cities and beaches.
Region: Sicily
Locality: Scicli
Next city: Modica (15km)
Persons: 10
€ 1880 - € 4155 pro Woche
Modern villa with private pool in the south of Sicily near Ragusa and the sandy beaches of Punta Secca; air conditioning
Region: Sicily
Locality: Santa Croce Camerina
Next city: Ragusa (16km)
Persons: 6
€ 1690 - € 3590 pro Woche
Enjoy Villa Mia, a luxurious holiday home with a private pool and Mediterranean garden near Marzamemi and San Lorenzo beach, perfect for a relaxing getaway.
Region: Sicily
Locality: Marzamemi
Next city: Noto (22km)
Persons: 4
€ 1690 - € 4290 pro Woche
Holiday home for 6 people with private pool in Sicily on the edge of the small baroque town of Scicli. Modern furnished. More information here.
Region: Sicily
Locality: Scicli
Next city: Ragusa (27km)
Persons: 6
€ 1530 - € 3140 pro Woche
Holiday house in San Vito lo Capo in the north of Sicily only 100 meters from the sandy beach. Air conditioning. Centrally located.
Region: Sicily
Locality: San Vito lo Capo
Next city: San Vito lo Capo (0,1km)
Persons: 6
€ 1490 - € 3590 pro Woche
Villa with shared pool in the sicilian countryside only 3 km from the sandy beaches of Sampieri
Region: Sicily
Locality: Scicli
Next city: Ragusa (40km)
Persons: 6
€ 1490 - € 3490 pro Woche
Holiday house in a small fisherman village on the east coast of Sicily with direct sea access and small pool
Region: Sicily
Locality: Santa Tecla
Next city: Acireale (4km)
Persons: 4
€ 1490 - € 2590 pro Woche
Stay at our serene estate on Salina, surrounded by volcanic beauty and the Aeolian Sea, perfect for lovers of nature and fine wine.
Region: Sicily
Locality: Salina
Next city: Isole Lipari
Persons: 4
€ 1490 - € 3790 pro Woche
Recently furnished villa with private pool only 3 km from the sandy beaches and 10 km from Trapani
Region: Sicily
Locality: Marausa
Next city: Trapani (10km)
Persons: 5
€ 1490 - € 4290 pro Woche
Beautiful house with large garden area sited on the slopes of Mount Etna, in the vicinity of Trecastagni
Region: Sicily
Locality: Trecastagni
Next city: Taormina (50km)
Persons: 6
€ 1450 - € 2290 pro Woche
Holiday apartment with private pool and own garden, just 100 meters from the sea on the north-west coast of Sicily. air conditioner
Region: Sicily
Locality: Cornino
Next city: San Vito lo Capo (20km)
Persons: 3
€ 1190 - € 1990 pro Woche
Holiday villa on the sandy beach in the north of Sicily with jacuzzi in the garden.
Region: Sicily
Locality: Scala Torregrotta
Next city: Messina (25km)
Persons: 5
€ 1090 - € 2590 pro Woche

Villas in Sicily with Private Pool

Step into the heart of Sicily and experience the ultimate luxury with a private pool villa. Imagine your mornings beginning with a serene swim surrounded by the island's natural beauty. These villas offer a blend of comfort, privacy, and elegance, providing the perfect base to explore Sicilian culture, cuisine, and landscapes. Dive into your own secluded paradise, away from the hustle and bustle, and live your Sicilian dream with every amenity at your fingertips. Book your private pool villa in Sicily today and start planning an unforgettable escape.

Sicily Holiday Home

Dive into the heart of Sicilian life with our handpicked holiday homes. Ideal for both families and groups, these homes blend comfort with convenience, serving as the perfect starting point for your adventures across Sicily's historic sites and culinary delights.

Sicily Villa Rental

Experience unmatched elegance and tranquility by renting a villa in Sicily. Our curated selection meets diverse tastes and needs, promising an extraordinary Sicilian holiday. Highlight the unique features that set each villa apart and the bespoke experiences each can offer.

Holiday Villa Sicily

For a memorable getaway, consider renting a holiday villa in Sicily. These luxurious properties offer comfort, privacy, and stunning views, making them the perfect base for exploring the island's rich history, culture, and natural beauty. Whether you're lounging by your private pool, enjoying al fresco dining under the stars, or exploring nearby beaches, a Sicilian villa provides the ultimate escape. Start planning your dream Sicilian vacation today and immerse yourself in the island's enchanting lifestyle.

Holiday Home Sicily

Immerse yourself in Sicily's enchanting lifestyle by choosing the perfect holiday home. Dive into the local culture, soak in the picturesque landscapes, and indulge in gourmet Sicilian cuisine right from your private oasis. Whether you dream of a beachfront villa, a charming rural cottage, or a chic city apartment, Sicily caters to every taste and travel dream. Book your ideal Sicilian residence now and embark on a journey filled with unforgettable memories.

Rent Villa Sicily

Discover the perfect getaway by choosing to rent a villa in Sicily. Whether you're looking for a peaceful retreat with stunning sea views or a luxurious abode nestled in vibrant Sicilian landscapes, there's a villa waiting to make your holiday unforgettable. Embrace the comfort, privacy, and freedom that comes with your own space, and immerse yourself in the rich culture, history, and natural beauty of Sicily. Book your dream villa now and prepare for an exceptional vacation experience.

Sicily Villas with Pool Near Beach

Experience the ultimate luxury in Sicily with a villa that combines the serenity of your private pool with the exhilarating beauty of nearby beaches. Ideal for families and groups seeking both relaxation and adventure, these villas offer a seamless blend of comfort and natural allure. Immerse yourself in the Sicilian sun, enjoy the convenience of beach access, and unwind in your tranquil pool after a day of exploration. Book your dream Sicilian getaway now for a perfect blend of beachside bliss and private luxury.

What is the best month to go to Sicily?

Sicily, the sunny island, welcomes its guests with open arms and a smile as warm as its sun. But to fully enjoy the multifaceted beauty of this historic island, it is important to choose the ideal time for a trip.

  • Spring: a festival of colors and flavors - Spring in Sicily, which lasts from March to May, is a revelation. Nature awakens in a kaleidoscope of colors, the landscapes are dotted with wild flowers and the temperatures are pleasantly mild. It's the perfect time to explore the ancient ruins, blooming gardens and lively markets without the summer heat. Easter, with its numerous festivals and traditions, also offers a deep insight into Sicilian culture.
  • Summer: sun, sea and sand - From June to August, Sicily is at its liveliest. Temperatures rise and life shifts to the breathtaking coasts. This is the high season for beach lovers, water sports enthusiasts and sun worshippers. The nights are alive with parties and celebrations. But be warned: the heat can be intense, especially in July and August.
  • Autumn: Wine, harvest and mild temperatures - Autumn, from September to November, is a magical time to visit. The heat of summer subsides and the landscape transforms into a rich spectrum of autumnal tones. It is the season of the harvest - a time when wine, olives and almonds are gathered. The wine festivals offer a wonderful opportunity to taste the local specialties and experience the rich culture of Sicily.
  • Winter: Calm and reflection - From December to February, Sicily is quieter. Temperatures are cooler, but still mild compared to many other parts of Europe. It's a wonderful time to explore the cultural sights without the crowds. The Christmas markets and festive lights bring joy and warmth to the shorter days.

Sicily at any time Each season in Sicily has its own charm and advantages. While spring and fall are praised for their pleasant temperatures and fewer crowds, summer and winter offer unique experiences that can make your visit unforgettable. Choose the time that best suits your interests and your type of travel and let yourself be enchanted by the Sicilian way of life.

What are the most important sights in sicily italy?

Here are the must-visit sights in Sicily, ideal for every traveler:

The island of Sicily, a treasure trove in the heart of the Mediterranean, is a place where millennia of history meet dramatic landscapes and unparalleled cultural diversity. Let's go on a journey that takes us to the most important sights of Sicily, each place a chapter in an epic book of mystery, beauty and tradition.

  • Valley of the Temples in Agrigento Let's begin our exploration in the Valley of the Temples, a majestic testimony to Greek civilization and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ruins of the Doric temples, which stand out against the sky, tell of a bygone era of greatness. The Temple of Concordia, miraculously well-preserved, stands as a silent symbol of the ancient world.
  • Palermo and its cultural jewels - Palermo, the vibrant capital of Sicily, is a melting pot of cultures. Stroll through the lively markets, visit the impressive cathedral and discover the magnificent palaces and churches that bear witness to Byzantine, Arab and Norman influences. The Capuchin Crypt, with its corridor-like catacombs, offers an unforgettable, if macabre, insight into Sicilian history.
  • The Etna region - Mount Etna, Europe's highest active volcano, offers a unique landscape of lava fields, fertile slopes and a lunar landscape at the top. A drive or hike on Mount Etna is an experience that reveals the forces of nature and the beauty of the unpredictable.
  • Syracuse and the island of Ortigia - Syracuse, once one of the most powerful cities of ancient Greece, enchants visitors with its magnificent archaeology and charming historic center on the island of Ortigia. Discover the Greek theater, the Roman amphitheater and the Ear of Dionysius cave before losing yourself in the winding alleyways of Ortigia.
  • The baroque towns of the Val di Noto - After the devastating earthquake of 1693, the towns of the Val di Noto were rebuilt in a magnificent baroque style. Towns such as Noto, Modica, Ragusa and Scicli are living works of art that embody the spirit of Sicilian Baroque with their opulent facades and luxurious churches.
  • Cefalù and its medieval charm - The picturesque coastal town of Cefalù combines the beauty of a medieval town with the charm of a Sicilian fishing village. Its Norman cathedral, narrow streets and beautiful beach make Cefalù an unmissable stop on any trip to Sicily.
  • The salty wonders of Trapani and Marsala - On the west coast of Sicily, the salt pans of Trapani and Marsala offer a surreal scene of crystalline salt pans and historic windmills. The area is also known for its Marsala wine, a tasting of which is the perfect end to a day in the sun.

One island, countless worlds Sicily is an island that never ceases to surprise and delight. From the peaks of Mount Etna to the azure waters that surround it, from the traces of ancient civilizations to the living traditions of its inhabitants, every corner of Sicily tells a story waiting to be discovered. Come and find your chapter in this eternal, enchanting book.

Where is the most beautiful sea in Sicily?

Sicily, an island bathed in warm Mediterranean light, embraces the sea in a diversity that is second to none. Each coast tells its own story, painting a picture that captivates visitors. But where does the heart of the sea beat strongest, where does its true beauty reveal itself?

  • The north coast: Capo Gallo and the azure paradise Let's start our journey in the north, where Capo Gallo catches the eye. The dramatic cliffs and crystal clear waters form a landscape of untamed beauty. The sea here shines in the most vivid shades of blue, and the sheltered bays offer ideal conditions for snorkeling and diving.
  • The east coast: Taormina and Isola Bella If we follow the coast further east, we reach Taormina, the pearl of Sicily. Perched high above the sea, the town offers a breathtaking view of the Ionian Sea. Down at the foot of the hill lies Isola Bella, a tiny island connected to the beach by a narrow path, a place of beguiling beauty and one of the most photographed motifs in Sicily.
  • The south coast: Scala dei Turchi and golden beaches In the south of Sicily awaits the Scala dei Turchi, a breathtaking natural staircase of white limestone that stands out dramatically against the azure waters. Nearby are long, golden sandy beaches that invite you to relax and sunbathe. The sea glistens gently here and invites you to linger.
  • The west coast: San Vito Lo Capo and the turquoise wonder At the westernmost point of the island, near San Vito Lo Capo, you will find another gem. The beach, known for its fine, white sand and turquoise waters, is often compared to the Caribbean. It is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts and those looking for the perfect combination of nature and the clearest seawater.
  • The Aeolian Islands: a sea of volcanic islands Not to be forgotten are the Aeolian Islands, located north of Sicily. The sea around these volcanic jewels is of a clarity and intensity of color otherwise only seen on glossy postcards. Each island offers unique opportunities to experience the beauty of the Mediterranean, be it diving in the underwater caves of Filicudi or swimming in the thermal waters of Vulcano.

Determining the most beautiful sea in Sicily is a challenge, because every coastline, every bay, every azure stretch of horizon has its own irresistible attraction. Perhaps the secret lies in letting yourself drift from place to place, from wave to wave, to find your own personal moment of beauty in this mosaic of blue and light.