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La Magnolia

Locality: Trappeto
Area: Seaside
Sleeps: 2/14
The villa complex is comprised of three distinct units. Two units are adjacent and constitute the main ... Property details

HOLIDAY HOMES IN SICILY - VILLAS, APARTMENTS, COTTAGES FOR RENT IN SICILY

palermo

Palermo

Palermo is the regional capital of Sicily. According to the latest census, it is the 30th most populated city in Europe and the fifth in Italy after Rome, Milan, Naples and Turin. Palermo is the main cultural, historic and economic-a...
catania

Catania

Catania is the second most populated city in Sicily. It is beautifully located by the Ionian Sea, at the foot of the Mount Etna, between Messina and Syracuse. The remarkable old town of Catania has been destroyed by the eruptions of ...
messina

Messina

Messina is the third largest city of the island and, given its remarkable geographical position, the so-called “Door to Sicily”. The city was completely destroyed first by an earthquake in 1908 and then by the ...
trapani

Trapani

Trapani is one of the ancient strongholds of Sicily founded by the Phoenicians. Though ruled by many, including the Romans, Vandals, Byzantines and Normans, it was the Arab domination that had the strongest cultural impact on the city. Despite the fa...
agrigento

Agrigento

Agrigento is a city of nearly 60 000 habitants. Throughout its long history, the city has had four different names: Ἀκράγας for Greeks, Agrigentum for Romans, Kerkent for Arabs and Girgenti for Normans. Until 1929 Agrigento w...
siracusa

Siracusa

Syracuse is located at the south east corner of Sicily, right by the Gulf of Syracuse. During the Greek era, the city was one of the major powers of the Mediterranean world. Back then Syracuse was called Pentapolis, i.e “five ci...
caltanissetta

Caltanissetta

Caltanissetta is a small provincial capital at the very center of Sicily. Founded by one of the first ancient people of Sicily, the Sicanians, it is a city of fascinating history and great antiquity. Today Caltanissetta is a major hu...
ragusa

Ragusa

Ragusa is an ancient city, but most of it we value today was constructed after the devastating earthquake of 1693. Ragusa is divided into the Upper Ragusa and the Lower Ragusa or the so-called Ragusa Ibla, which is the antique area o...
enna

Enna

Enna, known as Castrogiovanni until 1926, is the highest provincial capital in Italy. Towering above the surrounding countryside, the city is also called the navel of Sicily (Ombelico di Sicilia) or the panoramic viewpoint of Sicily ...