Yes, you deserve a vacation in Sicily.
Falling in love with the beauty of Scopello in Villa Conchiglia.
Villa Conchiglia lies within “Contrada Visicari”, just a few minutes from the little and charming village of Scopello; this accommodation offers a stunning view over the valley and the shore – one of the most idyllic sceneries of the whole island. The outside area, with a fully equipped patio and a beautiful private pool, is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the beautiful view of sea, nature and sky: just picture yourself sipping a glass of local wine while lying on the couch and getting lost on the colors of sunset…
The inside spaces are luminous and very well furnished: every detail has been taken care of, and all facilities are available to make you spend a top-quality exclusive holiday. Colors and shades of the furniture, both in the living area (with dining room, living and fully-equipped kitchen) and in the two bedrooms, will let you truly experience the Mediterranean atmosphere.
Lying between the lush nature of the Zingaro Nature Reserve and a sapphire blue sea, Villa Conchiglia is perfect for a relaxing holiday. The salty sea breeze creates an inspiring atmosphere in a place where colors are vivid and bright, and where guests can enjoy peace and quiet anytime and every day.
|Period||Prices per week up to 4 people|
|November -April||40% discount instead of € 1000 now € 600|
|01. May - 01. June||€ 1200|
|02. June - 29. June||€ 1500|
|30. June - 13. July||€ 1800|
|14. July - 31. August||€ 2000|
|01. September - 30. September||€ 1500|
Surroudings Erice 35 km, Trapani 40 km, Marsala 78 km, San Vito lo Capo 40 km, Agrigento 150 km, Selinunte 78 km, Cefalù 140 km, Palermo 78 km, Monreale 80 km, Segesta 26 km.
Just a few kilometers from the beautiful Guidaloca beach, Villa Conchiglia is set in a wonderful location and exploring its surroundings means discovering one of the most enchanting districts of Sicily. Scopello, just a few minutes away, is a pretty Medieval hamlet with an ancient "tonnara", once used for storing tunas and now a place of cultural interest as it houses a little but rich seafaring museum. Moreover, a wide number of archaeological sites (such as Segesta and Selinunte with their well-preserved Greek temples) and touristic destinations (such as Palermo, San Vito Lo Capo, Trapani, Erice and Marsala) is easy to reach for daily trips. The nearby Zingaro Nature Reserve is perfect for pleasant walks within a lush vegetation, ending up on top of the mountains and overlooking a stunning panorama, as well as for relaxing days in one of the secluded bays and beaches.