Villa Torre del Falco

from € 4.200
to € 8.500
for week
(related to 2024)

Villa with its own tower, gardens,
pool and lake


Castelvetrano, TP









A long avenue bordered with magnificent trees forms the splendid approach to Torre del Falco, an imposing late 19th-century villa a few kilometres from the sea in the west of Sicily. Built entirely of ancient stone, the villa is dominated by the distinctive tower for which it is named, and surrounded by a magnificent garden planted with olive and citrus trees, palms and cypresses.
There is also a beautifully tended lawn with a large swimming pool ( 15x 8). The gentle sound of water running into a small lake surrounded by papyrus and bamboo, completes the idyllic picture…


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The interior of the villa is decorated with a sophisticated mix of old and new, while at the same time being functional and comfortable. The villa is laid out on two levels connected by a distinctive stone staircase. Reception rooms and kitchen are on the ground floor, the bedrooms upstairs.

Your villa at a glance

5 double ensuite bedrooms
Guest bathroom
Large sitting room with fireplace
Dining room
Fully equipped kitchen
Large garden
two patio with external furnitures
Swimming pool ( 15×8)

We like

This is a beautiful, historic villa, with enchanting grounds — idea for anyone seeking the romance of rural Sicily. There is utter peace, yet you are just a short drive from the coast, with superb beaches and the magical temples of Selinunte.The area is known for its vineyards and olive groves — we loved visiting the Planeta vineyard for tastings — and even cookery courses.

We think

Torre del Falco is ideal for large groups of friends who want to spend a holiday together while preserving some independence. Indeed, within the same grounds, though totally independent and each with its private pool, there are three further villas which together can sleep 18


  • Palermo airport 57 miles
  • Trapani airport 57 miles
  • Mazara del vallo 16 miles
  • Selinunte 6.8
  • Menfi beaches  15.9 miles

Things to do

Some things not to miss in you are staying at Torre Del Falco Villa.

  • In July and August, the Orestiadi, an international festival of theatre, music, art and film, takes place among the ruins of Gibellina, a village destroyed by an earthquake in 1968.
  • The fantastically sited temples of Selinunte.
  • The historic town of Mazara del Vallo whose centre is reminiscent of an oriental kasbah – oh, and don’t miss the statue of the Dancing Satyr, discovered by fishermen, and now with its own dedicated museum.
  • The medieval town of Erice.
  • A day at Rocco Forte’s Verdura golf resort.
  • A day at La Pineta  at Marinella, a great lido with a very good restaurant.
  • Visits and tastings in the numerous wineries and olive oil farms.