Luxury villas in Sicily with pool

Your holiday time is precious, and if you decide to spend it in Sicily, make sure you enjoy the most relaxing and comfortable setting possible, by renting one of our select luxury villas!
Our luxury rental villas are in especially beautiful locations and afford panoramic views over the countryside or the sea, with pools and generous outdoor spaces. You’ll be spoilt for choice of the most beautiful seaside locations, such as Marina di Ragusa and Donnalucata, or tranquil rural areas around Modica and Ragusa.


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Villa Afrodite

Ping Pong
Car recommended
Free
Tennis court
Whirlpool bath
Pool
Scenic view
Ragusa

Villa Euterpe

Car recommended
Free
Dish-washer
Garden
Terrace
Pool
Near the sea
Marina di Ragusa

Villa Flora

Car recommended
Free
Dish-washer
Garden
Terrace
Sandy beach in the nearby
Pool
Marina di Ragusa

Villa Lumia

Free
Car recommended
Wheelchair Access
Garden
Near the sea
Pool
Scenic view
Donnalucata

Villa Milizie

Free
Car recommended
Terrace
Garden
Near the sea
Scenic view
Pool
Donnalucata

Villa Scifazzo

Car recommended
Ping Pong
Wheelchair Access
Free
Garden
Scenic view
Pool
Ragusa

Villa Trombadore

Free
Car recommended
Air conditioning
Terrace
Garden
Pool
Scenic view
Modica

Our luxury villas

These villas boast every comfort to make sure you have an unforgettable stay in a unique setting.
The spacious, manicured gardens, with verandas and terraces, are equipped with outdoor furniture so that you can enjoy relaxing outdoors and dining al fresco. All our luxury villas have a hot tub and/or swimming pool, some with stunning panoramic views. Each villa has its own particular style, with new interiors, tastefully furnished with minute attention to detail. Our selected luxury villas are suitable for families and groups of 3 to 11 people. They blend modern and vintage styles to create refined, elegant environments, and include some period properties.



Your luxury holiday in Sicily in the heart of the Val di Noto

The Val di Noto is the perfect location for your Sicilian holiday. Firstly, it boasts stunning landscapes: green valleys of exotic vegetation, remains of ancient civilisations in the woods, flanked by crystalline seas and pristine beaches, including the Vendicari nature reserve. A dream for trekking and excursions. Secondly, it is home to outstanding examples of Baroque architecture, recognised in 2002 as a Unesco heritage site. It consists of the eight cities of Noto, Ragusa, Scicli, Modica, Caltagirone, Palazzolo Acreide, Catania and Militello in Val di Catania.
In addition, the area has strong culinary traditions, notably the famous Nero d’Avola wine, the extraordinary chocolate of Modica, and this area’s main typical dish: scaccia, a stuffed focaccia bread. To make the most of this area’s attractions, why not stay in Villa Afrodite or Villa Scifazzo, near Ragusa, or Villa Trombadore, near Modica?

Ragusa and Modica are complex and fascinating cities, dating back to the second millennium BC. They each consist of upper and lower parts. Both cities were badly damaged by the 1693 earthquake and were rebuilt with imposing and conspicuous urban monuments in the Sicilian Baroque style.

Ragusa Ibla is the lower and older town of Ragusa, while Ragusa Superiore, across a deep ravine crossed by four bridges, was founded by the survivors of the earthquake.
Ragusa Cathedral is the biggest attraction in Ragusa Superiore. It was built between 1718 and 1778, with a façade and belltower in typical southern Sicilian Baroque style.
The Hyblean Archaeological Museum has different sections devoted to archaeological finds from the Prehistoric to the Late Roman era.
Ragusa Ibla is home to a wide array of Baroque architecture, including several stunning palaces and churches. The Cathedral of San Giorgio features the only Catalan-Gothic style portal that can still be seen in the city. The façade contains a flight of 250 steps and massive ornate columns, as well as statues of saints and decorated portals.
On a narrow winding street connecting Ragusa Ibla with Ragusa Superiore lies the church of Santa Maria delle Scale (Saint Mary of the Steps, built between the 15th and 16th centuries). The church was badly damaged in the earthquake; half was rebuilt in Baroque style, while the surviving half was kept in the original Gothic style (including the three Catalan-style portals in the right aisle).

Modica Alta, the older upper part, is perched on the rocky top of the southern Ibeli hill, while the lower part (Modica Bassa) is built on the lower slopes and valley below.
Despite being ravaged by earthquakes in 1613 and 1693, and floods in 1833 and 1902, Modica has retained some of the most beautiful architecture in Sicily, alongside hundreds of cave houses, some of which are still inhabited.
The large Baroque San Giorgio Cathedral was rebuilt following the earthquake, but like many other parts of the city its roots are in the Middle Ages. From the front of the Cathedral a staircase of 300 steps leads down towards Modica Bassa.



Nearby Sicilian beaches

While all our Sicilian luxury villas are within easy reach of the sea, some of them are an ideal choice if you’re looking to stay close to the coast.



Marina di Ragusa, Donnalucata or Modica? Your luxury holiday in Sicily in the heart of the Val di Noto

The charming bay of Marina di Modica, about 20 km from Modica, boasts a golden sandy beach and a pedestrian promenade. It has ideal wind conditions for surfing and windsurfing. The beach is about 1 km long and is well served by three beach clubs offering umbrellas and deckchairs, together with bars, restaurants, showers and water sports facilities. The seaside village of Marina di Modica has shops and nightlife, making the resort lively and vibrant during summer, while in the low and mid seasons it becomes a charming, secluded and “wild” seaside town, ideal for a peaceful. relaxing holiday. Villa Trombadore is 14 km from Marina di Modica.

The golden sandy beach of Marina di Ragusa, with a clear sea and gently sloping seabed, is very popular with families, children and young people. The beach is public, but there are also beach clubs with deckchairs, umbrellas, bars and restaurants, plus facilities for beach and water sports. The seafront promenade has plenty of free and paying parking spaces. To make the most of Marina di Regusa, stay at Villa Euterpe, Villa Flora or Villa Karrua.

Donnalucata is 10 km from Scicli, the main local city. It has a fine golden sandy beach and a clear blue sea. The large main beach extends up to the marina and is equipped with showers and a beach club, and the bar rents our beach equipment. Free parking area is available 100 metres from the beach. Next to the main beach is 3 km of coastline with wild and secluded beaches, such as Micenci, Palo Rosso, Palo Bianco and Spinasanta. On windy days, the rough seas and waves make this area perfect for surfing and windsurfing. The seaside village of Donnalucata has a picturesque and lively fish market. On the beautiful promenade there are bars and stalls, and it extends towards the small fishing harbour with its colourful boats. Why not stay at Villa Lumia or Villa Milizie to enjoy Donnalucata to the full?


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