Country villa with a pool and
360º views of hills








12 meter

Set in the rolling hills of Sicily’s entroterra, between Trapani and the temples of Segesta, Pozzo Rocca is a recently built villa which would make a perfect base for anyone wanting to discover a part of the island few people know. It is also, with its huge ecologically sustainable pool and spacious solarium, the perfect place for doing nothing

3 bedrooms, 6 sleeps
26 August - 16 September
16 September - 28 October
28 October - 16 December
16 December - 06 January 2018

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Refundable at the departure less any damages € 800

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Villa Pozzo Rocca has two floors. On the garden level there is a living-dining room, a comfortable well-equipped kitchen and utility room, a guest bathroom and three ensuite double bedrooms. On the upper level are two more double bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom. Outside is a — still rather immature — garden and a beautiful big swimming pool with a spacious sunbathing terrace. There are two covered terraces — fully furnished and very liveable — and another open terrace. Close to the kitchen is a vegetable garden at the complete disposition of guests. Another twin bedroom can be added on request ( ideal for children because they can use the bathrom set in the ground floor or one of the bedrooms in the same floor)

Your villa at a glance

Ground floor:
Well equipped kitchen
Living/dining room
Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom
1 guest bathroom/shower

First floor:
2 double bedrooms
2 ensuite bathrooms
Another twin bedroom can be added on request ( ideal for children because they can use the bathrom set in the ground floor or one of the bedrooms in the same floor)

We like

This is a really comfortable, well-functioning and easy villa, with lots of big spaces, that adapts very well to different groups of people. We like that it is in a quiet, little known location, yet there are so many fascinating places within a short drive.

We think

This is an idea villa for anyone who wants peace, quiet and a swimming pool, who is looking for something other than a beach holiday. For example San Vito is 40 minutes away — fine for a one-day trip, but too far to be going everyday! At least, we think so! The villa really is off the beaten track, so is ideal for anyone looking for a fresh part of Sicily to explore


  • Trapani airport 15 miles
  • Palermo airport  42 miles
  • Trapani 20 miles
  • Erice 22 miles
  • San Vito lo Capo 24 miles
  • Scopello 17 miles


The villa was amazing

July 14, 2016

Dear Clizia The villa was amazing. Comfortable, well equipped kitchen, beautiful pool, beautiful views. Fredrica and her father are very helpful accommodating and pleasant. Also the guide you recommended, Francesco was excellent. Spoke English very well, very knowledgeable, passionate about his work and a very nice person

- Lea

Paysage de rêve

September 2, 2015

Ciao Fabrizio nous avons pris hier soir le bateau de retour à Paris et la Sicile nous manque déjà. Un séjour inoubliable avec la villa parfaite située dans un paysage de rêve, le gérant et sa fille très serviables et au petit soin pour nous, vous nous avez bien conseillé, tout était parfait ! un grand merci à vous, aux propriétaires pour nous avoir permis de vivre ces jours heureux. très bonne continuation à vous et « il prossimo

- Maya

Things to do

  • Discover the bustling port town of Trapani – with its Spanish Baroque palaces and churches, and vibrant café life.
  • Explore the enchanting Zingaro nature reserve, with its white pebble coves and paths through miles of unspoilt coastal and mountain scenery.
  • Come to San Vito lo Capo in September for its International Couscous festival.
  • Take a swinging gondola cable car from Trapani to the charming medieval hill village of Erice.
  • Visit traditional cantinas and baglios to discover the area’s wines – ranging from the whites of Alcamo and Valle Belice to the fortified wines of Marsala.
  • Come early in the day to see the temples of Segesta at their most romantic, set amid tranquil countryside – if you love wild flowers, come in spring!
  • Take a boat to the island of Mozia, once the heart of an ancient Phoenician settlement, and one of the most intriguing of Sicily’s ancient sites.
  • The coast between Trapani and Marsala is famous for its salt pans, or saline. Visit one of Sicily’s more unusual museums – the Museo del Sale (Museum of Salt)at the Saline Ettore e Infersa on the mainland opposite Mozia.