Charming Villa rising above
the magnificent Plemmirio Marine Reserve

Sleeps

8

Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

5

Pool

Large pool

Villa Liolà takes its name from a comedy by Sicilian playwright Luigi Pirandello.
The villa, like the play, with its infinite views and natural vibe transmitting peace of mind, is a place to disconnect from reality. The villa is best enjoyed with a fresh drink by the stunning Sicilian sunsets surrounded by shades of blue.

4 bedrooms, 8 sleeps
19 October - 20 December
5100
21 December - 03 January
6450

Security deposit

Refundable at the departure less any damages € 1500.00

4 bedrooms, 8 sleeps
04 January - 10 April
6950
11 April - 17 April
7900
18 April - 01 May
6950
02 May - 26 June
7900
27 June - 31 July
8350
01 August - 28 August
10100
29 August - 11 September
8350
12 September - 30 October
7900
31 October - 18 December
6950
19 December - 08 January
7900

Security deposit

Refundable at the departure less any damages € 1500.00

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Liolà is located in the protected area of Plemmirio, a few kilometres from Ortigia, the island that forms the historic centre of the city of Siracusa. Renovated in a wonderfully contemporary style using high quality materials, the villa is well equipped and extremely comfortable. It rises above the coast, surrounded by a large garden with low vegetation and bushes — ideal for enjoying the natural landscape from every point of the house.

The ground floor comprises a single, bright open space with large sliding windows that open to a portico that looks out at the sea. An ingenious double-sided fireplace divides the space into two areas, one a living area with sofas and TV, and the other a splendid dining area with a large oval table able to comfortably accommodate 12 seated people. From the dining room there is direct access to a hyper-equipped kitchen, separated from the living area by a glass window. A guest bathroom can also be found on the ground floor.

The upper floor is accessible through a staircase, which leads to another panoramic living room equipped with a bar and sofas. The upper floor comprises also of the night zone, which has four bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom.

Perhaps the most magical aspect of Liolà is the opportunity it gives guests to spend as much time as they like to relax beside the pool, as they follow the crystalline sea in all its moods. The infinity pool, irregularly shaped to follow the form of the land, has a rock feature and a tiny beach where you can lie on a lounger with paradisiac views of the coast. Behind the swimming pool, trees provide some very welcome summer-time shade.

Your villa at a glance

Ground floor

Living room
Bar
TV area
Dining room
Kitchen
Bathroom

First floor

Living room
4 double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms

Outside

Furnished portico
Infinity pool
Shower
Belvedere
BBQ

We like

The ‘incredible lightness of being’ that the design, decor and location of this villa create
Breathtaking views.
Living with the sea 24 hours a day.
The location on a marine reserve (with fascinating coastal walks), yet just a short drive from Siracusa and Ortigia.
Exploring the tiny beaches and hidden coves of Plemmirio.

We think

Groups of friends who want a holiday that combines culture, nature, sea, town, relaxing, comfort and beauty
Sea and nature lovers.
Anyone who wants to explore the Baroque towns, ancient traditions, fascinating coastline and incredible limestone landscapes of southeast Sicily.

Nearby

  • Catania airport 42 miles
  • Comiso airport 70 miles
  • Siracusa 6 miles
  • Vendicari 25 miles
  • Noto 23 miles

Things to do


Liolà is located in the Plemmirio reserve. An area whose rich Mediterranean vegetation, unique coastline and fine seabed of both naturalistic and archaeological interest, is a protected nature reserve,about 15 minutes driving from Siracusa.

  • The island of Ortigia (Siracusa) now linked to the mainland by a short bridge, was the first part of Siracusa to be settled, and is today a jewel of Sicilian Baroque, though also retaining fascinating traces of its ancient Greek and medieval past.
  • The most interesting area on the mainland is the archeological zone, which includes one of the largest Greek theatres in Italy, whose excellent acoustics you will experience if you manage to attend the annual season of ancient Greek drama.
  • The incredible Baroque towns of the Val di Noto (also with UNESCO world heritage status)
  • The captivating nature reserve, L’Oasi di Vendicari.
  • Wine tasting and visit at Buonivini of Planeta winery.
  • The fisherman village of Marzameni.
  • The Baroque Historic centre of Catania.
  • Etna Volcano and Taormina about  one hour driving

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