The best vacation experience in Italy? Sun, sea, and a wonderful villa in Sicily! Discover the Villa Mondello near Palermo.
Mondello….. a sandy beach with turquoise-blue water near Palermo!
A beautiful vacation villa in Mondello with pool.
The Villa Mondello is a beautiful vacation villa in Sicily, only 6 kilometers away from the magical, historical city center of Palermo and 4 kilometers away from the turquoise-colored sea at Mondello with its white sandy beaches. The house was stylishly conceptualized with modern furnishings and contains four bedrooms and three bathrooms. It offers enough space for up to ten people. This vacation villa is ideal even for those who would like to travel around without a car; the nearest bus stop is only 100 meters away, and a shopping center with stores and restaurants is only 500 meters away. The Villa Mondello was built with a large outdoor area where you can spend your time in the fresh air. The villa’s large pool, a covered terrace, an outdoor grill, and sunbeds are perfect for this. The large living/dining room on the first floor creates a bright atmosphere with its panoramic windows. The well-equipped built-in kitchen has been furnished in fresh colors. Three of the four bedrooms have their own balcony. Up to two additional beds can be added to the bedrooms.
Amenities such as WiFi, parking for up to three vehicles, access to the property via an electronic gate, a dishwasher, and much more are available.
The Villa Mondello: an ideal place for a beach and cultural vacation at one of the most beautiful coastal regions of Italy.
– Up to ten people
– Completely fenced-in property
– Parking (up to three cars)
– Private swimming pool
– Covered terrace with dining table for up to ten people
– Outdoor grill
– Satellite TV
– Air conditioning/heating
– Hair dryer
– Iron and ironing board
– Washing machine
– Refrigerator with freezer
– Free WiFi
– 4 bedrooms, each with a double bed (three of which have a balcony)
– Possibility of two additional beds
– 2 bathrooms with shower
– 1 bathroom with bathtub and hydro-massage
– Large living/dining room with dining area and panoramic windows
– Well-equipped kitchen
|19. March - 22. April||€ 900|
|23. April - 27. May and 01. October - 28. October||€ 1200|
|28. May - 01. July and 27. August - 30. September||€ 1400|
|02. July - 29. July||€ 1600|
|30. July - 26. August||€ 1800|
|29. October - 23. December||€ 700|
Landmarks Palermo City center 6 km, Monte Pellegrino 9 km, Monreale 59 km, Scopello with the Naturale dello Zingaro Nature Reserve 67 km, Segesta 68 km, San Vito lo Capo 102 km, Erice 104 km, Trapani (Port for the Aegidian Islands) 99 km, Marsala 118 km, Cefalú 93 km, Agrigento 145 km, Selinunte 111 km, Sciacca 132 km, Milazzo (Port for the Aeolian Islands) 217 km.
Mondello can be found west of the city of Palermo, behind Mount Pellegrino. It was founded as a site of Sicilian wealth and nobility, with the Sicilian Tudor-revival villas and the former spa resort. Mondello’s beach, located between the nature reserves of Monte Pellegrino and Cape Gallo, is white, fine, and offers turquoise-colored water. Mondello offers a wonderful infrastructure with restaurants, ice cream parlors, supermarkets, and movie theaters. Those vacationers in Sicily more interested in physical activity can find berthing facilities for small motorboats and jet skis, as well as the chance to go surfing and diving.
The Villa Mondello is 3 kilometers away from the highway and is therefore located in a strategic position for exploring the beautiful cities of Sicily, especially the western coast and the Aegadian Islands. Historical highlights can be found everywhere, from the Province of Trapani to Palermo, to the Province of Agrigento in the south. The most beautiful temple complexes of Europe can be found there, such as Agrigento, Selinunte, and Segesta. If you want to visit Palermo with its museums and other highlights, then set aside at least two days, as this fascinating city offers a plethora of architectural wonders and museums well worth visiting. However, medieval towns such as Erice, enthroned atop a hill with a panoramic view of the coast and the Aegadian Islands, are also definitely worth seeing.
Other locations perfect for visiting and hiking are Capo Gallo, with its ancient grottoes, Monte Pellegrino, with its church to the patron saint of Palermo, Santa Rosalia, and the nature reserves of Scopello and Zingaro, completely untouched and the oldest nature parks in Sicily. In the spring, beautiful and protected orchids bloom there.