Villa Buzza

from € 2.400
to € 3.800
for week
(related to 2022)

Light-flooded blue and white villa
with pool by the beach


Marina di Caronia, Me









Surrounded by a garden of vibrant subtropical blooms and luxuriant vegetation, Buzza lies on the Tyrrhenian coast between Cefalù and Tindari , at the foot of the Nebrodi mountains nature reserve. Isolated but easily accessible, with panoramic views, and direct access to a romantic, remote, and virtually private pebble beach, it is the ideal choice for anyone who loves the sea and tranquility.


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Buzza is built on one level, its focal point a comfortable living-dining room opening onto a a charming kitchen with larder, and three bedrooms (each of which has its own garden door and its own bathroom).
Huge French windows connect the living-dining room with the garden, which, like most Sicilian seaside villas, is designed to make outdoor living as pleasant and gracious as possible!
There is a large outdoor kitchen with BBQ, a comfortable shady terrace, lush vegetation and a beautiful comma-shaped swimming pool – everything you need for a holiday full of home comforts but in direct contact with nature. Perhaps most romantic of all, a little avenue lined with bamboo canes leads to a pebble beach – the perfect place to sit in the evening as the sun sets over the Aeolian Islands.


Your villa at a glance

Living/dining room
Comfortable kitchen with larder
3 bedrooms (one double, the other two can be prepared as doubles or twins)
3 ensuite bathrooms

Large furnished and covered terraces
Outdoor kitchen with dining area and BBQ
Swimming pool (12m x 5m)
Outdoor shower
Direct access to the beach

We like

Direct access to a practically private beach
The shade and coolness of the garden in the middle of the Sicilian summer
The views of the intense blue Sicilian sea – and the Aeolian Islands
Being able to wallow in the pool after an invogorating swim in the sea
Sampling local cuisine (salami, wild boar and wild mushrooms) in Nebrodi mountain village trattorias.
The typical Sicilian ceramics on sale from the workshops of Santo Stefano di Camastra. 

We think

The direct acesss to the pebble beach makes Buzza the ideal villa for families with young children, but we think it would also appeal to a family or group of friends seeking peace, seclusion and the sea.


  • Palermo airport 88 miles
  • Catania airport  137 miles
  • Trapani airport 135 miles
  • Cefalù  38 miles
  • Santo Stefano di Camastra 7.5 miles

Things to do

It is a great base for exploring North-Eastern and North-Western Sicily, Taormina, the Alcantara Gorges and Cefalù, San Marco D’Alunzio (an ancient village set high upon a hill)

  • San Marco D’Alunzio (an ancient village set high upon a hill) .
  • Fragalà Abbey.
  • Visit Cefalu’s fantastic Norman Duomo, with its fantastic Byzantine mosaics at different times of day, to see how they alter in the changing light.
  • The magnificent Nebrodi Park, where Jeep tours can be organised
  • The Tindari Sanctuary
  • Santo Stefano di Camastra (the village of ceramics).
  • Sant’Angelo di Brolo and Floresta, which are famous for their culinary traditions.
  • The beautiful Catafurco waterfalls.
  • The lovely natural reserve of Lakes of Marinello.
  • Capo D’Orlando beach resort, with comfortable lidos where you can hire sunbeds and Sea Umbrellas and like a bar and restaurant service.
  • The Aeolian Islands can also be easily reached by a hydrofoil that leaves from Milazzo, a village just 30 minutes from the villa, or with a private boat