Villa Agave

from € 5.650
to € 7.700
for week
(related to 2022)

Villa with pool and garden which overlooks the gulf of Mondello.


Mondello, Palermo








6 x 6

Villa Agave is nestled on the hill which overlooks the gulf of Mondello, with views all the way to the city of Palermo.
The structure of the villa echoes the rock face from which it is built, and sits upon multiple floors, all of which are accessible from stairways both inside and outside the building.


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The villa is comfortable and luxurious, boasting incredible panoramic vistas which can be admired from the garden, from the swimming pool area, and from most of the rooms.
It’s equipped with two independent entrances on two floors, linked by a beautiful external stairway. The floors are very spacious, complete with potted plants, flowers, and furnishings to meet your every need.

The elegant garden is on the ground floor, complete with a lawn and garden furniture. On the same floor, you’ll find the outdoor kitchen which is accessible from the large living room. There are two tables in the kitchen, one inside and one outside under the arbour. Just five steps lead to a lovely and inviting panoramic swimming pool with a solarium on the decking. Two other small terraces are connected to the swimming pool area, one being more private and containing comfortable deck chairs, while the other leads by way of the stairs to a beautiful and tastefully designed area with a lawn and wonderful palm trees.
The house is divided into multiple floors, all of which can be reached by stairways both inside and outside the villa.
Ground floor: A large living room, a dining table close to the outdoor kitchen, and a guest bathroom.
First floor: A spacious master bedroom with a changing room and a private bathroom; another large living room with a dining table; a medium-large kitchen, a small laundry room, and a double ensuite bedroom also equipped with a changing room, an entryway, a third ensuite double bedroom with private access and a separate panoramic balcony; a fourth ensuite large double bedroom with a walk-in closet and a hydromassage tub, as well as a private small balcony, a spacious panoramic terrace, and a second covered terrace.
Attic: a suite with a fireplace, a double bed, a small sitting room with a double sofa-bed, a walk-in closet, a private bathroom with a tub, a balcony, another terrace, and a small panoramic porch.

Your villa at a glance

2 master ensuite bedrooms
1 suite with a private bathroom and sitting room
2 double ensuite bedrooms
A guest bathroom
2 living/dining rooms on different floors
An outside kitchen and an inside kitchen
A barbeque area
A large panoramic garden with paved areas and outdoor garden furnishings
A swimming pool with a solarium area

We like

Admiring the gorgeous views boasted by the villa.
Mondello’s beach and the centre of Palermo, both of which are only a few kilometres away from the villa.
A sanctuary which allows you to very easily go to the beach and plan pleasurable days out, while also guaranteeing privacy and tranquillity away from the madness of day-to-day life.

We think

The villa is extremely desirable and offers many advantages, perfect for family groups or friends who prefer to have their own privacy while also enjoying each other’s company.


  • Palermo airport 23 miles
  • Trapani airport 64 miles
  • Mondello central square 1.4 miles
  • Mondello beach 0.9 miles
  • Palermo centre 5.5 miles
  • Palermo harbour 6.2 miles

Things to do

Some things not to miss in you are staying at the Villa Agave.

  • Mondello’s most striking and characteristic buildings are the Liberty or Art Nouveau villas built by the wealthy and aristocratic Palermitani of the early 20th century.
  • Monte Pellegrino, overlooking the bay of Mondello, was considered to be the most beautiful promontory in the world by the poet Goethe.
  • the Sanctuary of Saint Rosalia, Palermo’s much-venerated patron saint.
  • the Parco della Favorita, onetime hunting reserve of the Bourbon royal family, The park includes a Chinese-style Casina. Also bordering the park is the Villa Niscemi (whose owners also donated land to the King), evocatively described in the book These Happy Summer Days by Fulco di Verdura. The villa can be visited.
  • The natural reserve of Capo Gallo
  • The historic centre of Palermo, one, togheter Rome and Barcellona; the largest in Europe
  • Marvel at the Palazzo dei Normanni, home to the most splendid court in medieval Europe, with the sumptuous jewel-box-like mosaics of Cappella Palatina at its heart.
  • Visit the Galleria Regionale della Sicilia at Palazzo Abatellis, where highlights include a haunting white marble portrait bust of Eleanor of Aragon by Francesco Laurana, and a fine collection of works by Sicily’s greatest artist, Antonello da Messina