Are you looking for a villa near the Mediterranean Sea?
The most beautiful ones are in Sicily.The Villa Fiori is a lovely villa in Sicily, ideal for guests who desire a vacation with immediate access to the beach.
Lido Fiori Menfi……
one of the most beautiful beaches on the island!
A modern vacation house in Sicily near the beach
The Villa Fiori is a modern beach villa within walking distance of one of the most beautiful beaches in Sicily, the Lido del Fiori near Menfi. It entices with its modern architecture. Its sleek interior offers a bright living atmosphere and a large panorama window. The villa’s exterior and terrace invite you to sunbathe or relax in the shade.
The vacation house is surrounded by a private garden, approximately 13,000 sq ft, filled with Mediterranean plants such as olive and lemon trees and aromatic herbs. Just approximately 1,000 feet away you can easily reach Lido di Fiori, with its sand dunes and flat-sloping beach. This beach is over six miles long and is known for its fine sand and dunes. The sand dunes themselves are formed according to the intensity of the wind, the heat patterns off the northern African coast, and the frequency of rain.
On this section of the coast, you can also find the fishing village Porto Palo and the Belice nature reserve.
Wine tasting and Sicilian cooking course
– Newly-built villa (2013) with a large panorama window and bright living atmosphere
– Room for up to seven people
– Approximately 1,240 sq ft of living space
– 13,000 sq ft of private garden, completely fenced-in, with palm trees, olive groves, citrus trees, and aromatic herbs
– Three bedrooms with twin beds (extra bed available upon request)
– One living/dining room with kitchen and dining area
– Nespresso coffee machine
– Two bathrooms, each with shower
– Storage room
– Covered terrace with garden furniture
– Satellite TV with decoder
– Air conditioning with warm and cold air
– Private garage
– Outdoor grill
– Outdoor shower
– High chair for children
– Baby cot
– Washing machine
– Pets allowed with prior notice
– WIFI-Internet access
– Bed linens
– Hand towels
|Prices||Up to 6 People|
|January - February - March - November - December||€ 750|
|April - May - October||€ 850|
The weekly prices include the following services - Bed linen - Towels - Gas - Water - Current - Welcome basket with Sicilian products - Nespresso capsules (per person / day 1 capsule) - Cot and highchair Extra costs (payable locally) - Final cleaning € 50, - - Any extras for the extra bed Deposit (payable in cash upon arrival): € 300, -
The coastal area of Menfi, which borders on the Mediterranean Sea, offers over six miles of fine, sandy beaches. It is considered one of the most beautiful and family-friendly beaches in Sicily. A trip to discover the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, located in the province of the same name (Agrigento), is highly recommended. Once conquered by the Romans, the Goths, the Byzantines, the Arabs and the Normans, the Valley of the Temples has remained a main attraction and a highlight for thousands of tourists each year.
Selinunte is an extensive excavation area in a unique place and is considered one of the most important archeological sites in all of Italy. Its name comes from the word selinon, a type of wild celery which once grew densely on the banks of the two rivers around the city. Selinunte was founded in the 7th century AD by colonists from the city of Megara Hyblaea and is the only Greek city where its original residential district has been mostly preserved. Furthermore, its majestic ruins testify to the size and importance that this colony once obtained. The archaeological dig at Selinunte stretches out over one square mile; its borders, however, do not align with those of the ancient city itself, which was much larger. Based on Selinunte’s temples, archaeologists have been able to trace the development of Greek architecture in Sicily. However, it is still not possible today to clearly identify which gods were worshipped there, and therefore each temple has been assigned a letter of the alphabet. Segesta, another landmark in the vicinity of the villa, is around nine miles away from the Castellammare del Golfo and approximately 19 miles east of Trapani. The ruins of this ancient city, an uninhabited landscape filled with lush vegetation, are surely considered some of the loveliest in all of Sicily. Only a Doric temple and a theater have been preserved in a spectacular state, witnesses of a city whose roots can be found in the 7th century BC, just like Erice. In contrast to Erice, however, the ancient city of Segesta was eventually Hellenized, and a large portion of its last days was spent in border conflicts with Selinunte. Its Doric temple stems from a time of fruitful confederations with Athens; however, it was never completed. Construction of the temple was definitively interrupted and halted upon the outbreak of a new conflict with Selinunte in the year 416.Infrastructure Beach – 0.19 mi away Minimart – 0.25 mi away Nearest bar – 492 ft away Restaurant – 0.31 mi away