Villas in Southern Italy

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Most popular Villas in Southern Italy

Villa for 9 people, with ocean view and garden, with pets
9 pers., 3 bedrooms, 82m², 1.3km to the beach
Domus De Maria, Sud Sardegna
£150per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden and pool
Mazara del Vallo, Trapani Province
£202per night
Villa for 8 people, with balcony
23 reviews
Sant'Anna (Massa Lubrense), Tyrrhenian Coast Campania
£193per night
Villa for 8 people, with pool and garden
4 reviews
Furore, Salerno Province
£567per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and view as well as pool
1 review
Reitani, Syracuse Province
£229per night
Villa for 7 people, with garden, with pets
1 review
Brindisi Province
£62per night
Villa for 5 people, with garden and pool
Custonaci, Trapani Province
£141per night
Villa for 4 people, with ocean view and garden, with pets
6 reviews
Domus De Maria, Sud Sardegna
£88per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden
Stagno di Mìstras, Oristano Province
£88per night
Villa for 12 people, with pool and garden
Rosolini, Syracuse Province
£529per night
Villa for 8 people, with pool and garden
Santa Maria del Focallo, Ragusa Province
£182per night
Villa for 8 people, with pool and garden
1 review
Borraco, Taranto Province
£129per night
Villa for 6 people, with pool and sauna as well as garden and hot tub
Trapani Province
£176per night
Villa for 6 people, with pool and view as well as garden
10 reviews
Costa Paradiso, Olbia-Tempio
£56per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and hot tub, child-friendly
1 review
Alcamo, Trapani Province
£86per night
Villa for 7 people, with pool and garden, child-friendly
10 reviews
San Vito Lo Capo, Trapani Province
£49per night
Villa for 4 people, with garden and children pool as well as ocean view
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 60m², 150m to the beach
Cala Bitta, Olbia-Tempio
£67per night
Villa for 4 people, with garden and hot tub as well as pool
4 reviews
Acireale, Catania Province
£150per night
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Highlights in Southern Italy

  • Succulent cuisine
  • Fantastic history
  • Hidden paradises
  • Island hopping
  • Fabulous destinations

Most popular amenities for Villas in Southern Italy

Pool 12,348
Internet 37,246
Pet allowed 15,339
Balcony/Terrace 32,540
TV 47,970
Air condition 40,351
Garden 24,800
Parking 39,260
Washing machine 41,069

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Villas in Southern Italy

Living La Dolce Vita

Find a villa in the most ancient part of Italy. Down in Pompei you will be close to ancient ruins, landscapes in Sicily will leave you in awe and meals in Naples are longer. Pescara, Sorrento, Capri and the stunning Amalfi Coast will offer you sun-bleached postcards, sensual sunsets and soulful experiences. In the south, you can experience an incredible time in some of the most beautiful natural settings. Find a villa that caters to your needs and enjoy the Southern Italian way of life.

Creating memories in Southern Italy

Do you wish to stay close to picture-perfect beaches? Looking for a quiet and beautiful village with charm? The villas are ideal for long stays for families and groups of friends as they can accommodate up to 18 guests. The southern part of the country boasts spectacular and luxury villas overlooking the blue of the Mediterranean and the dramatic coastline. Outdoor swimming pools surrounded by manicured gardens and lovely patios for dining al fresco. Enjoy your favourite book from your sun-lounge, unwind and wait for the sun to set and fill the sky with pleasant tinges of red, yellow and orange. Breathe in the fresh breeze and take in the lovely views as you make memories for a lifetime.

Travellers and activities

Southern Italy for history lovers

The gripping history of the south will captivate you. Many ancient civilisations left their vestiges including Romans, Greeks, Spanish and Saracen. Every stone and every fresco tell you a story of a place and a time in history when they suffered invasions from the Carthaginian or the battles of slaves and gladiators. Most cities are home to ancient temples surrounded by touristy and modern villages like the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento. In fact, Southern Italy is home to 13 Unesco World Heritage Sites including Alberobello, The Aeolian Islands or Castel del Monte in Puglia. Pompei, Matera, Naples and The Amalfi Coast are also points of great interest declared Unesco Heritage Sites. Soak in the history of this ancient area and enjoy your stay.

Southern Italy for food lovers

Southern Italy is known worldwide for its mouth-watering bites. The fertile south of the country offers the best coffee and unrivalled wood-fired pizza in Naples, fresh sardines of Thyrrenian islands, wild mushrooms of Calabria or the delicious red eggplant of Basilicata. The Adriatic waters give you the best sea urchins and then, you can have a feast for your senses sipping a delicious Etna red paired with creamy mozzarella and luscious burrata from Caserta, Foggia or Paestum. Food will become a forgivable obsession with succulent produce and flavours. Can you wait to taste it all?

Italia, means “calf land” so it seems obvious to think that the bull was a symbol of the Southern Italian tribes and maybe that is why the name Italy took its name from?

Top 7 travel tips in Southern Italy

1. Discover the natural highs

The vast landscape of the south is dotted with rugged cliffs and mountains, fantastic grottoes and active volcanoes making it a huge playground to explore. Increase your pulse and raise the adrenaline rafting down Lao, one of Calabria’s rivers, hike the active volcano of Stromboli or go scuba diving in one of the most ancient sea caves in Puglia. The Amalfi Coast is an enjoyable area to slow down your pace and visit it sailing along the coast or cycling across its beautiful countryside. Get mesmerised by the beauty of the landscape and enjoy the experience.

2. Scale the most active volcano

Feeling a bit of a daredevil? Need to get on your toes? Scaling the legendary Mt Etna is a unique experience with rewarding views. Rising above Sicily’s coast, the otherworldly panorama will leave you in awe. Cycling or walking, after a climb to the black summit, you will have passed beautiful vineyards and alpine forests that are part of the Parco dell’Etna. An experience to remember for years to come.

3. Go on an island hopping

The Aeolian Islands are a bit less famous than the Greek Islands but they rival in beauty . These stunning islands, listed as a Unesco’s World Heritage Site, are home to 7 volcanic outcrops. Take a boat and enjoy the thermal area of Vulcano, Salina and the vines surrounding it and the active Stromboli. Enjoy a hopping day out!

4. Let Capri seduce you

The charm of Capri, arising from the bay of Naples, has been drawing people in for centuries. The turquoise blue waters glowing inside the Blue Grotto, upscale accommodations, handmade products and the tasting limoncello are some of the greatest tourist appeals in Capri. The dramatic cove-studded coastline, receives hundreds of boats and luxury yachts, moored in the port afterwards. The solitude of rural trails will be the best setting to hike up to the top of Monte Solaro and get the mesmerising views that will leave you in awe.

5. Amalfi Coast, the most celebrated coastline

Italy’s coastline boasts sun-bleached villages, lush green vegetation, rugged cliffs, rolling hills and mountains plunging into the deep blue sea. This gripping landscape of sea and land is well observed from the various hiking trails along the coast. Some people might debate that Costa Viola in Calabria or Liguria, in Cinque Terre is more stunning than the Amalfi Coast but the truth is, it has inspired great artists such as Tennessee Williams or Richard Wagner. But don’t just take our word for it. Come and see it for yourself...

6. Antagonistic Naples

Naples is a city of contrasts where tender meets tough and refined can be the opposite of rough. Old facades are just the front part of elegant ballrooms and palm-fringed avenues are the contrast of narrow alleyways. Naples is a vibrant metropolis with a lively atmosphere, rush markets and the famous espresso no one can resist. Naples will captivate you with its art, history and gastronomy. Get carried away and get ready for your next stay in Naples.

7. Matera, the ancient city

When the day begins, the first rays of light tinge the city with golden shades. Matera is an extraordinary city with sassi (cave dwellings), a listed Unesco World Heritage Site reminding the peasant culture of the country back in the day. These dwellings are now bars, eateries and accommodation for tourists. Worth a visit and if you have time, stay overnight.

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