Villa sits immersed in a garden
near San Vito lo Capo

Sleeps

8

Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

4

Perched on the coast near the enchanting Zingaro nature reserve, Villa A’Giummarra sits immersed in a luxuriant Mediterranean garden with marvellous views across the magnificent gulf of San Vito lo Capo.

4 bedrooms, 8 sleeps
27 October - 22 December
1850

Security deposit

Refundable at the departure less any damages € 600.00

4 bedrooms, 8 sleeps
05 January - 26 April
1500
27 April - 31 May
1700
01 June - 28 June
2000
29 June - 02 August
2700
27 July - 30 August
3280
31 August - 27 September
2200
28 September - 01 November
1850
02 November - 03 January
1500

Security deposit

Refundable at the departure less any damages € 600.00

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The sloping garden is punctuated by a series of furnished terraces, perfect for sunbathing, chatting or admiring the views, while other outdoor features include a dining area, BBQ area and solarium. For the adventurous, a steep stone stepped path leads directly down to the sea.
The main house consists of a large living room with fireplace, a small but well-equipped kitchen and two double bedrooms with private bathroom. On the floor below, and with its own private entrance, is another double bedroom with bathroom. There is also a separate studio comprising a double bedroom with panoramic views, a kitchen and a bathroom.
A’ Giummarra is a simple, but very liveable and comfortable house, ideal for anyone who loves the sea and the countryside.

Your villa at a glance

Main villa
2 double bedrooms at first floor, both with private bathroom
1 double bedroom with bathroom – private entrance at  the floor below
Living/dining room with fireplace
Fully-equipped kitchen

Studio:
Double bedroom with bathroom
Comfortable kitchen

Useful information:
Two of the  bedrooms in the main house have A/C, while the other  bedroom have only a fan.
The bedroom in the dependance has A/C
External shower with hot water
The path to the sea is quite steep – so only for the nimble-footed – while swimming in the sea is recommended only for experts.

We like

The views which stretch from Capo San Vito to an old tonnara, or tuna-fishery.
Sampling caldo freddo – ice cream with hot chocolate sauce, typical of San Vito.
Walking along the magnificent fine white sands of San Vito and diving into the crystalline sea.

Trying the fish couscous for which San Vito is also famous. True couscous afficionados should not miss the annual international couscous festival.
Following the paths of the Zingaro nature reserve and swimming from its tiny white pebble beaches.

We think

Families attracted by the magnificent white sand beach of San Vito, but who want a peaceful villa far from the madding crowd.
Groups of friends, especially those attracted by walking and exploring the Zingaro nature reserve
A low season walking holiday, or as a base for exploring West Sicily.

Nearby

  • Palermo airport 49 miles
  • Trapani airport 29 miles
  • San Vito lo Capo 1,2 miles
  • Scopello 21 miles
  • Erice 17 miles

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Things to do


  • Explore the enchanting Zingaro nature reserve, with its white pebble coves and paths through miles of unspoilt coastal and mountain scenery.
  • Come to San Vito lo Capo in September for its International Couscous festival.
  • A walk through the Reserve of Mount Cofano.
  • Take a swinging gondola cable car from Trapani to the charming medieval hill village of Erice.
  • Take a boat to the island of Mozia, once the heart of an ancient Phoenician settlement, and one of the most intriguing of Sicily’s ancient sites.
  • The coast between Trapani and Marsala is famous for its salt pans, or saline.
  • Visit one of Sicily’s more unusual museums – the Museo del Sale (Museum of Salt) at the Saline Ettore e Infersa on the mainland opposite Mozia.