Villa with swimming pool
on the island of Favignana

Sleeps

6

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

4

Pool

small pool

Contemporary in concept, but inspired by the island’s traditional architecture, Villa Aegusa lies in extensive grounds bounded by ancient drystone tufa walls. The garden, with cactus rockeries and recently planted trees, extends for 15,000 square metres. It has been designed with several distinct areas: there is a sunken dining and barbeque area, a lazing zone and a small but exquisite swimming pool built of local tufa. And in case that’s not enough, there is also a roof terrace with splendid views over the island to the sea and mainland Sicily

3 bedrooms, 6 sleeps
07 January - 27 May
2700
27 May - 24 June
3700
24 June - 22 July
4700
22 July - 19 August
5800
19 August - 26 August
4700
26 August - 30 September
3700
30 September - 5 January
2700

Security deposit

Refundable at the departure less any damages € 800

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It consists of two Modernist cuboids with huge windows, linked by a roofed and furnished patio which forms an elegant outdoor salone, perfect for evening drinks or candlelit dinners.

The first building houses the kitchen, a living area with fireplace, and the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom.

The second unit holds another pleasant living room with open kitchen, and two bedrooms, one double, one twin, each with ensuite bathroom.
useful informations :
I low and medium season the suites cab be rented separately, but in this case the common outdoor areas are shared

Your villa at a glance

The villa is composed of two comfortable suites connected by a furnished and roofed patio.

Unit 1
Two double bedrooms each with private bathroom
Open plan living room/kitchen.

Unit 2
Double bedroom with private bathroom
Living room Fully equipped kitchen

Outside
Large garden with panoramic view
Small swimming pool
Barbecue area with dining table
Sun terrace

We like

The way the minimalist design of the villa suits Favignana perfectly — reflecting the indigenous architecture and the spareness of the horizontal landscape.
The outdoor salone between the two buildings — shady in the middle of the day, protected at night — you could even sit there having a drink watching a fantastic thunderstorm over the sea.
Those sail canopies erected by the owners over the pool and the barbeque-dining zone — not only stylish, but essential in the heat!
Cycling or walking along the island’s flat white roads — to the bustling little port town and to magical beaches like Cala Azzurra and Cala Rossa — especially in the early evening, when the colours are at their most intense.
Buying freshly-caught local tuna to grill on the barbeque.

We think

Because each unit is self contained, with its own living area, bedroom(s) and kitchen, we think it is perfect for three generations of a family (grandparents in the first building, children and grandchildren in the second) or for parents (in the first building) travelling with older children and their friends (in the second). It would also suit a group of adult friends.

Nearby

  • Favignana centre 3 miles

Things to do


  • Extraordinary experiences of snorkeling and diving to Punta Marsala, the shoal of Toro until wreck lying on the bottom of Cala Marasolo, or in the underwater cave that is located between Cala Rotonda and the reef current and seabed of Punta Fanfalo
  • The magnificent sandy beach easily accessible from the ground ( Cala Azzura, Lido Burrone, Praia)
  • To taste the special fish dishes of the islands ( cous-cous, tuna fish, mollusc).
  • The visit at Florio Tuna Manufacturing Plant, now a splendid example of industrial architecture with a museum, multimedial halls – the history of the island