Prep dinner in a kitchen with sky-blue cabinetry and wood surfaces, then dine at a sleek table amid vibrant contemporary furnishings and colorful artwork. Enjoy a rejuvenating swim in the pool, then kick back for sweeping ocean views from the patio.
“The villa in Augusta was a relaxing oasis near the coast. The property itself was modern, sleek, well appointed with a clean, coastal decor. The finishings of the house itself were really well thought out and high quality including the doors and fixtures. The house felt really bright with natural light and plenty of space. The outdoor area was even better with olive trees and cactus and a private pool overlooking the sea. The best time to spend outdoors was early morning to early afternoon, at least while we were there in September; there are a lot of mosquitos so we weren't able to keep all the windows and sliding doors open. The view off one of the bedrooms upstairs with a big balcony was breathtaking with views of the sea. Things to keep in mind: The property was super quiet at night, the kitchen was ample for cooking meals, the gated property felt safe and private, and the shower water pressure was good. Minor things to consider which aren't negative, just to keep in mind. It can get pretty hot during the day so the bedrooms may get stuffy, but the air conditioning units do a decent job. It will never get freezing cold like back in the states; but it's all expected when vacationing on an island near the sea in the summer. The house itself is not within walking distance to anything notable, but we planned on this and had a rental car for the stay so we could drive to various cities. The house is beautiful but located in a bit of an industrial area so you won't be taking a stroll to a bistro or cafe for coffee. You definitely need a car here and the streets are narrow and unpaved and Google maps works way better than Apple. Even the car's navigation had a little trouble finding the property but we were able to figure quickly figure it out. The drive to Agrigento's Valley of the Temples was 2 hours away, the city of Catania is about 50 minutes away and the Catania airport was about 40 minutes away. There is a decent sized grocery store about a 5 minute drive away called Deco where you can get the essentials like bottled water, produce, milk, pasta, and household supplies and it even has a little gelato stand inside. It was just myself and husband during this visit, but the house is big enough for a family with 3 bedrooms. The host Luciano was really pleasant, accommodating and easy to communicate with. He met us at his house to give us a quick tour and gave us tips and advice for enjoying the area. I would definitely stay here again.”
My accommodation is close to beautiful panoramic views that portray a wonderful coastline .. You will enjoy my accommodation for these reasons: the views and intimacy. My accommodation is suitable for couples, lonely adventurers and hairy friends (pets). My accommodation is close to beautiful panoramic views that portray a marvelous coastline. My accommodation is suitable for couples, lonely adventurers and hairy friends (pets).
“Absolute paradise if you are looking for an escape from the hustling and bustling to retreat to nature. Beautiful gardens with olive, fig and pine trees. Private path to the stunnig ocean bay. The breathtaking sunrise and sunset. We stayed a whole week seeing less than 5 people, only encountered friendly birds, cats, and fish.”
Small mini house with unique bed and kitchen environment. Relevant bathroom with shower Double bed and possibility of adding a third bed. Located 500 meters from the sea of Faro S Croce (see photo). Surrounded by greenery and with independent entrance, free parking in front of the house
“Il Nido is a little corner of paradise. The space is cozy, clean, well organized. Very comfortable bed, and an outdoor garden where you can have breakfast. A few steps away the sea. Two are really very good. Simona is a really kind and helpful host. We will come back for sure. I recommend this accommodation strongly.”