The best tourism experience in Sicily? Sun, sea and a wonderful villa!
Discover Villa Tramonto in San Vito Lo Capo and enjoy its panoramic view.
Placed in a peaceful environment and surrounded by a typical Mediterranean garden, Villa Tramonto is graced with an extraordinary panoramic view over one of the most beautiful seashores of Sicily. The little hill where the villa is set overlooks the splendid turquoise sea of the fascinating seaside resort of San Vito Lo Capo, famous for its three-kilometer white-sand beach: the perfect accommodation for anyone looking forward to experiencing a relaxing and romantic atmosphere in close contact with nature.
The villa can accommodate up to six guests and its interiors are those of a typical Mediterranean house: white and blue colours, large windows to let sunrays in and comfortable furniture. The living area is equipped with a lovely fireplace as well as with a whole-new kitchen; the sleeping area includes two bedrooms with air conditioning. The house is also equipped with two spacious bathrooms.
Outside, the swimming pool is just perfect during warm summer days, and guests have the chance to treat themselves with a relaxing al-fresco dinner thanks to the outdoor barbecue area: the atmosphere gets pretty magical at sunset, and you’ll be able to enjoy it just as Sicilians do – a taste of local fresh fish and a glass of wine from the nearby Marsala wineries!
Wine tasting and Sicilian cooking courses in a local farmhouse
Trips to Mount Etna
– Up to 4 +2 people
– Location with panoramic views
– Private garden
– Terrace with garden furniture and barbecue
– Swimming pool
– 1 bedroom with double bed and sea view
– 1 bedroom with double bed and garden views
– Refrigerator with freezer
– Living-dining room
– Sofa bed
– Satellite TV
– 2 Bathroom / WC with shower ever
– Air conditioning / heating
– Dogs allowed
– Parking space
|Period||Up to 2 People||Up to 4 People||5 - 6 People|
|01. January - 26. May and 22. September - 31. December||€ 750||€ 935||€ 1065|
|26. May - 23. June and 01. September - 22. September||€ 935||€ 1190||€ 1375|
|23. June - 14. July||€ 1065||€ 1375||€ 1500|
|14. July - 28. July and 25. August - 01. September||€ 1250||€ 1375||€ 1500|
|28. July - 04. August||€ 1875||€ 1875||€ 2000|
|04. August - 18. August||€ 2500||€ 2500||€ 2500|
|18. August - 25. August||€ 1625||€ 1750||€ 1875|
Attrative San Vito lo Capo 9 km, Zingaro Naturale Reserve 20 km, Erice 29 km, Marsala 65 km, Trapani (ferries to Aegadian Islands) 30 km, Palermo 101 km, Monreale 83 km, Cefalú 167 km, Segesta 56 km, Agrigento 178 km, Selinunte 100 km, Sciacca 119 km.
The idyllic shores of San Vito Lo Capo and its surroundings were once the main harbours for Greek and Arab conquerors: the legacy of these ancient dominations can be easily perceived by looking at local architecture and tasting the typical cuisine of western Sicily. From cous cous, the most characteristic recipe of the whole province of Trapani, to the Arabic churches in Palermo (where some of the streets' names are still written in Italian and Arabic) – not to mention the Greek temples of Segesta, Selinunte and Agrigento, outstanding archaeological parks that tell the story of the importance of Sicily during the age of Magna Grecia.
Furthermore, the western area of Sicily still boasts plenty of unspoilt natural sites. A wide variety of flora and fauna can be appreciated in the Zingaro Nature Reserve, in the mountains between San Vito Lo Capo and the beautiful ancient hamlet of Scopello; trekking and diving lovers, as well as all kinds of travellers wishing to explore the history and culture of this charming island, are always truly satisfied with their holidays in this area.