Villa Ginestra is immersed in the green of a pristine landscape, ideal to relax and enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Handicapped people welcome2 bedrooms
2 roomsLiveable floor area : 80m²
Ground surface : 3000m²
- View : Panoramic, unobscured, not overlooked, dominant, sea/ocean, country side
- Children welcome
- Setting : Waterfront, Heavenly
- Sandy beach at 300m
- Exposure : East
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The spacious living area is planned in every detail. Furnished in Mediterranean style, consists of a kitchenette with a 5 fires hob, large oven, dishwasher, microwave, sitting area, a dining area and a beautiful corner window overlooking the sea. A ladder leads to a loft with a double bed. The sleeping area is composed of a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, with roomy closets. Adjacent to the two rooms is the shower bath decorated with blue mosaic tiles. Charming and well placed, the villa is surrounded by a rich garden and the solarium allows a complete relaxation. On the south side of the villa, the pool with whirlpool, ensures an excellent privacy with sea view. Two porches covered with wooden Pergola, both equipped with barbecue.
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The Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro is not far from the villa, a thrilling natural beauty Park, absolutely worth visiting. Many nearby places and interesting both culturally alike, are the magical medieval village of Erice, the temple and the theatre of Segesta, and the fishing village of San Vito Lo Capo, the white sandy beach which is considered to be among the most beautiful in Italy.
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Villa Ginestra is located in Cala Mazzo di Sciacca, 200 mt from the beautiful rocky coast that borders the Bay, near the historic Tonnara di Scopello cliffs, whose crystal blue sea is the host of the enchanting and ancient XVII century village of Scopello.