Contemporary minimalism with
a breathtaking view and pool

Sleeps

6

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

3

Pool

Circular pool

Accabbanna means “over here” in Sicilian dialect, and this beautiful villa was so-named to distinguish it from its twin, Villa Dabbanna (‘over there). The villa, elegant, and minimalistic, has wonderful views from the huge windows that form an integral part of the house’s design, decor and enchating atmosphere. along with a choice selection of traditional objects and contemporary works of art.

3 bedrooms, 6 sleeps
05 January - 12 April
2400
13 April - 14 June
2800
15 June - 05 July
3200
06 July - 23 August
3800
24 August - 13 September
3200
14 September - 01 November
2600
02 November - 20 December
2400
21 December - 03 January
3000

Security deposit

Refundable at the departure less any damages € 500.00

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Find out more

Accabbanna is a few kilometres from the magnficient Baroque town of Ragusa, and about 15 minutes’ drive from the coast at Scoglitti, set in a landscape much loved by cinematographers – indeed it is this landscape, with its low-lying scrub, dry-limestone walls and ancient olive and carob trees that forms the backdrop for the Inspector Montalbano TV series.

The Villa is on two levels. In the ground floor living room huge glass windows interweave with drystone walls, revealing wonderful views over the countryside to the sea and the splendid Castello di Donnafugata, a landscape that changes colour with the season and time of day. On a clear day you can see as far as Mount Etna and Malta. Opening off the living area is a well-equipped kitchen. Three of the bedrooms have double beds and ensuite bathrooms; the third is a twin with small bathroom and useful little laundry area.

There is a circular swimming pool with outdoor shower, and various furnished outdoor spaces to make outdoor living comfortable at all hours of the day. There is also a wonderful vegetable garden, from which guests are welcome to help themselves.

Villa Accabbanna is screened by vegetation from its twin, Villa Dabbanna, guaranteeing both privacy, but providing a perfect solution for groups of twelve or two large families.
Each villa has its own pool.

Your villa at a glance

2 double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
1 twin bedroom with bathroom (WC and basin only) and laundry area
Kitchen
Living room

OUTSIDE
Large garden
Circular swimming pool
Shower
Vegetable garden

We like

The experience of living in close contact with nature, with the wonderful views ever-present.
Having the possibilty of reserving both villas for a large group of friends or family, in order to share a holiday while maintaining independence.
Having the little seaside resort of Scoglitti close at hand. It’s a lovely little village, and has some wonderful little fish restaurants!
Spending evenings by the side of the pool watching falling stars.
Collecting vegetables for lunch or dinner from the garden.

We think

This villa is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to combine a holiday exploring the wonderful sandy beaches of southeast Sicily with discovering the splendid art cities of Ragusa Ibla, Modica, Scicli and Noto.
Gourmets and wine lovers – this is a brilliant area for local produce, from wine and olive oil, to beef, cheeses and tomatoes.
Learning to cook the traditional dishes of the area – or discovering them cooked to order in the villa by our chef.
Exploring the surrounding countryside on horseback.
Large groups wanting two adjacent villas in which to share a holiday but maintain privacy.

Nearby

  • Catania airport 71 miles
  • Comiso airport 45 miles
  • Pozzallo 6,2 miles
  • Ragusa 31 miles
  • Modica 17 miles

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Things to do


  • Santa Maria del Focallo with its long sandy beach, many of which have benn awarded “Blue Flags”.
  • Visit the Sicilian Baroque towns of Ragusa Ibla , Scicli and Modica
  • Siracusa, with its ancient Greek theatre and sea-girt historic centre is an easy day trip.
  • Fans of the TV detective Montalbano can visit many of the locations used during filmingxos – and don’t miss the wonderful museum.
  • Chocoholics should not miss the chance to visit the chocolate producers of Modica.​