Now is the moment to ask for more from your life: a vacation in Sicily, for example!
Villa Delfino is waiting for you in the Grotticelli Valley.
Villa Delfino, located in the pleasant Grotticelli Valley, offers one of the most stunning overlooks on the charming hamlet of Scopello, beautiful destination of Western Sicily, and the famous Guidaloca cobblestone beach with its clear aquamarine sea. The panoramic veranda, with pool and terrace, is just the best to enjoy this enchanting scenery anytime you want, as you chill out in the swimming pool or sip a glass of wine in the cozy terrace.
Interior spaces are just as pleasant as the outside: refined furniture and exclusive details, creating a cozy Mediterranean atmosphere. The living area includes a comfortable living room and a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine; there are two bedrooms – one with double bedroom and one with twin beds, both tastefully furnished and with stunning panoramas. A high-standard equipment includes plasma tv, dvd reader, hi-fi and independent air conditioning; and on top of everything, the house has a private cellar with the most delicious local wines.
Distance from the sea: 2,38 km
Distance from the car park: private
Swimming pool: private
Area: 90 s.m. + outside verandah with a wood pergola
Minimum stay: 7 nights
|Period||Prices per week up to 4 People|
|November -April||Discount 40% instead of € 1000 now € 600|
|01. May - 01. June||€ 1200|
|02. June - 29. June||€ 1400|
|30. June - 13. July||€ 1700|
|14. July - 31. August||€ 1900|
|01. - 30. September||€ 1400|
To be paid locally Security Deposit € 300,00 Final Cleaning € 120,00
WEEKLY PRICES INCLUDE: • 7/night stay (arrivals after 5pm and departures within 10am) • 100 KW electricity • gas for the kitchen and hot water • sanitary water: 10.000 litres/week • cleaning of swimming pool (twice a week) • linen (bed sheets and towels) • welcome to the car park of Scopello Village
Prices do not include:Weekly prices include: - 7/night stay - 100 KW electricity - gas for the kitchen and hot water - sanitary water: 10.000 litres/week - cleaning of swimming pool (twice a week) - linen (bed sheets and towels) - welcome to the car park in the centre of Scopello
- additional beds: 100,00 euro/week - gas for heating: 0,75 euro/gas litre - electricity, extra: 0.50 euro/KW - water, extra: 30,00 euro/5.000 litres - daily cleaning: 12,00 euro/hour - daily towel change: 40,00 euro/week - canoes in the beach: 15,00 euro/ day/canoe - wine cellar with best Sicilian wines: to pay locally - cots and high chairs: 30,00 euro/week - babysitter: on request - guide for excursions: on request - boat trips: on request - arrival after 8pm: 20 euro - arrival after 12pm (midnight): 50 euro - final cleaning and linen: 100,00 euro - swimming pool cleaning, extra: 30,00 euro - rubbish: 50 euro - breakage deposit: 300,00 euro
Surroundings 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.
It will take you just a few minutes to reach the lovely Medieval hamlet of Scopello from Villa Delfino. This ancient village is famous for its "Tonnara", once used for the storage of fresh tuna, and now turned into an interesting seafaring museum, as well as for its typical "baglio", a wide Arab courtyard where we recommend you taste typical delicacies (from "pani cunzato" bread to granita) under the shade of trees and little ancient houses. But most of all, Scopello is best known for its idyllic scenery: a crystal-blue, transparent sea with huge rocks (the so-called "faraglioni") right in the middle of the little bay. A pleasant little corner of Sicily with a quiet and relaxing atmosphere, right within the beautiful Zingaro Nature Reserve with its stunning overlooks on the Western shore.
The nearby Castellammare del Golfo, an ancient port, is nowadays a famous touristic destination, with its narrow little streets and beautiful beaches; do not forget to plan a visit to the archaeological site of Segesta, with great evidences of the Greek domination of the area, as well as a trip to Erice, the little picturesque hamlet on top of San Giuliano mountain, where we highly recommend a tour of the Castle and a taste of typical "Genovesi alla crema" pastry. The colorful and lively capital, Palermo, is just a hour and a half ago: get ready to discover the secrets and the history of this beautiful and multi-cultural city.