News: Sicily

Esterno villa sul Lago di Como
August 17, 2022

Think ahead about 2023: book now and secure the villa you want at the time you want it

Don't miss your chance for a dream vacation in 2023: find out why you should book your luxury villa in Italy well in advance!

Taste of the Sea also in May: Spring in Sicily with WeVillas
March 17, 2022

Taste of the Sea also in May: Spring in Sicily with WeVillas

Spring is coming, bringing that scent of vacation, sea and relaxation: Why don’t you savor the arrival of the warm season with a relaxing luxury stay under the Sicilian sun?

WeVillas for a stay surrounded by Italian art
November 19, 2021

WeVillas for a stay surrounded by Italian art

Experience art to the fullest: choose your villa among WeVillas’ locations to spend unforgettable moments surrounded by the Italian beauties.

YOUR ITALIAN DREAMING HOLIDAY IN 2021 WITH WEVILLAS
December 18, 2020

YOUR ITALIAN DREAMING HOLIDAY IN 2021 WITH WEVILLAS

Travel industry is ready for a new beginning and tourists are dreaming next holiday.

WeVillas: Dream Villas for rent in complete safety
December 4, 2020

WeVillas: Dream Villas for rent in complete safety

Renting an independent villa with amenities like pool and wi-fi has been one of the biggest holiday and remote working trend.

Autumn in Italy: live the magic of autumn colors in our villas!
October 22, 2020

Autumn in Italy: live the magic of autumn colors in our villas!

The end of the summer doesn’t mean necessarily the end of the holidays: the autumn’s atmosphere, full of hot colors - such as yellow and orange - is so magical that giving up living it is an enormous mistake!

Trapani attractions: itineraries and places to see
April 29, 2015

Trapani attractions: itineraries and places to see

In Trapani and its surroundings, you can see and visit fascinating places such as San Vito Lo Capo, Erice, the Egadi archipelago, Mozia, Segesta, Marsala, Custonaci and Mazara del Vallo, but in fact the list could go on and on because the area around the city is undoubtedly among the most evocative ones of Sicily.

Discovering Capo Gallo Nature Reserve in Sicily
March 4, 2015

Discovering Capo Gallo Nature Reserve in Sicily

Capo Gallo Nature Reserve is a regional nature reserve located in Sicily and established on 21st June 2001. It comprises an area of 586 hectares and the massif of Monte Gallo mainly composes it. Said massif is a huge conglomeration of carbonate, formed in prehistoric times, culminating with the promontory called Capo Gallo. Monte Gallo is classifiable as a karst mountain, characterized by several superficial and endogenic erosive features, and just as many cavities.

Monte Cofano Natural Reserve in Custonaci, in the province of Trapani
December 16, 2014

Monte Cofano Natural Reserve in Custonaci, in the province of Trapani

The Natural Reserve of Monte Cofano, situated in the municipality of Custonaci (TP), is a protected natural area located on a promontory overlooking the sea, between the gulfs of Bonagia and Cofano. It’s an ideal place for hiking or mountain biking: you can reach the top of the mountain, which is about 659 meters high, and admire an unforgettable 360-degree panorama of the surrounding landscape.

Salt Museum in Trapani: ticket prices and opening times
November 25, 2014

Salt Museum in Trapani: ticket prices and opening times

The famous Salt Museum of Trapani is located in the middle of the Saline Nature Reserve of Trapani. It is a private business, run by the Culcasi family, situated along the route known as the Salt Road, a tourist and cultural project created with the intent of enhancing the coastal area of West Sicily, with its particular moist environment, salt pits and mills.

Salaparuta in Sicily, the city that was rebuilt
October 14, 2014

Salaparuta in Sicily, the city that was rebuilt

Salaparuta is an Italian town in the province of Trapani, in Sicily. It is located in the valley of the Belice river, standing on a hill 385 meters above the sea level. Said town is of Arabic origin, once called Menzil Salh (The lady’s farmhouse). In the Fifteenth century it became a fief of the Paruta family, who then proceeded to re-establish the area standing at the foot of the Medieval Castle.

Pietratagliata Castle in Sicily, between reality and legend
September 19, 2014

Pietratagliata Castle in Sicily, between reality and legend

In the most "wild" area of Sicily stands the Pietratagliata Castle (or Gresti Castle), at the center of that strip of land merging the towns of Aidone, Valguarnera and Raddusa, in the province of Enna. It is named after the district of the same name and it was built between the thirteenth and the fourteenth century in a strategic position on top of a high rock. The castle dominates the surrounding valley, with its 36 meters high square tower, even though the entire building is now reduced to little more than a ruin.