Villa Le Cave

from € 3.400
to € 6.800
for week
(related to 2023)

A cosy home-from-home on
the island of Favignana









Le Cave takes its name from three small limestone quarries that lie within the villa’s huge Mediterranean rock garden full of palms, olive trees and cacti. The villa lies a ten-minute walk from Cala Rossa, whose waters are considered among the most beautiful on the island. The town is about 15 minutes’ drive from the villa, therefore transport is necessary (cars and scooters can be rented in town)…


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Le Cave consists of two separate buildings, one with two bedrooms and two bath-rooms, the other with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room and a kitchen. The two buildings are connected by two large covered and furnished patios, from which there are views of the incredibile crystal-clear sea, and of sunsets behind the island’s castle-topped mountain.

Your villa at a glance

4 bedrooms 4 ensuite bathrooms/showers living room fully-equipped kitchen, except the dishwasher large outdoor living space Mediterranean garden

We like

Walking to Cala Rossa for an early morning or evening swim before or after every-one else has left. All the different places that have been set up to read, relax or eat in the garden. Renting a 4×4 for a day is a great way of exploring Favignana’s network of unpaved roads. 

We think

This is a great villa for a family or group of friends!


  • Favignana centre 2.5 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