Villa Scogliera

Palermo, Sicily, Italy
8 guests5 rooms4 baths


Villa Scogliera: a modern architectural haven

Located in Bagheria, Sicily, Villa Scogliera is a modern architectural retreat designed to fully enjoy its natural landscape. Positioned at the highest point of the hills, the three-level house offers scenic landscape views from almost every angle.

The property encompasses 3,000 square meters of private land, gardens, and private ownership. The five bedrooms are elegantly styled with soothing white walls, contemporary fabrics, and numerous custom furnishings made by local Italian artisans.

Interiors include a spacious living room, a dining area with sea views, and a well-equipped kitchen with both indoor and outdoor dining tables. The kitchen has been restored and is equipped with all the cooking utensils, including pots and trays. It has direct access to the living room and the outside dining area, which is always a favorite for breakfast due to its shaded exposure.

Villa Scogliera at a glance

The property can accommodate up to 8 adults and 1 child (2-9 years old). Features:

  • 5 bedrooms (no air conditioning, but its location makes it superfluous)
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 3,000 m2 of private land
  • Contemporary design
  • Scenic landscape views
  • Seaside front with Mediterranean garden
  • Close to the picturesque town of Bagheria
  • Parking, sea view, private sea access

The house's design is modern, reminiscent of classic modernism, with a nautical design suggesting a ship at sea. The natural ventilation of the property allows for a pleasant stay without air conditioning.

Why Book Villa Scogliera?
Are you looking for an exclusive getaway where luxury meets nature?

Are you in search of a serene retreat that combines modern comfort with authentic Sicilian beauty?

Welcome to Villa Scogliera, your personal retreat in Sicily.

Located in Bagheria, this modern three-level villa offers breathtaking views of an idyllic landscape, with direct access to the sea and a lush Mediterranean garden.

Villa Scogliera is an architectural masterpiece, featuring a nautical design reminiscent of a ship at sea. With its 3,000 m² of private land, the villa offers the ultimate experience in privacy and style. Our five bedrooms, all beautifully furnished with unique pieces from local artisans, ensure a comfortable and charming stay.

Immerse yourself in rich Sicilian culture. Steps away from the villa, discover the picturesque Bagheria with its historic villas, or explore vibrant Palermo and its traditional markets. Venture into the fish markets of S. Flavia and Porticello or marvel at the natural beauty of the Monte Catalfano Reserve.

"A dream come true! The view, comfort, and tranquility of Villa Scogliera made our holiday unforgettable." – Ruud V.H (Amsterdam)

Book now for an exclusive experience

  • 5 elegant bedrooms and 4 bathrooms
  • Spacious living and dining area with sea views
  • Modern, well-equipped kitchen with access to an outdoor breakfast terrace
  • No need for air conditioning thanks to its superb natural ventilation
  • Elevated position for unforgettable panoramic views

Contact us now to secure your unforgettable stay at Villa Scogliera.
This fantastic Villa always has limited spots, don't risk missing out on a true luxury and serenity experience in Sicily!


8 Guests
5 Rooms
4 Bathrooms


  • Parking
  • Garden
*Services on request, extra cost


Wi-Fi on the first level only

Parking is available for 2 small cars


Palermo, Sicily, Italy

Sicily radiates a unique energy

Sicily, with its enchanting mix of landscapes and cultural wealth, radiates a unique energy thanks to the meeting of stories and cultures from all over the world. In addition to restaurants, shopping, and nature, the region shines for its cultural offerings, from museums to architecture and art.

In the vicinity, numerous restaurants serve local organic dishes. Among these, Francu u Piscaturi, renowned for its traditional cuisine, and Canopia, ideal for a more chic atmosphere. The opportunity to visit the Michelin-starred restaurant I Pupi is not to be missed. Sicilian restaurants offer children's menus, welcoming families in every type of venue, even the most exclusive ones. Bagheria also offers various bars for socializing.

For children, Sicily offers theme parks, the Madonie National Park with trekking trails, and quiet beaches near the property. The villa itself has private sea access, offering a relaxing alternative to searching for other beaches.

Activities not to miss:

  • Capo Zafferano: a scenic 30-40 minute walk.
  • S. Flavia, S. Elia, and Porticello: famous for their fish markets.
  • Cefalù: a seaside town rich in historical monuments.
  • Archaeological site of Solunto: an interesting site with breathtaking views.
  • Monte Catalfano Nature Reserve: spectacular views of the coast and landscape.
  • Coastal village of Aspra: known for its anchovy museum.
  • Bagheria: famous for its 18th-century villas.
  • Duca di Salaparuta winery in Casteldaccia: a guided tour showcases modern winemaking techniques.

The Markets of Palermo

Palermo, an ancient city, boasts four historic markets today: Capo, Ballarò, Borgo Vecchio, and Vucciria. These Sicilian open-air markets are like portals to the past. Visiting them feels like a leap in time, standing as the beating hearts of now-forgotten neighborhoods.

These four places are unmissable destinations, representing a vivid past that continues to exist in the present, remaining unchanged over the years.

At the train station, you'll find Ballarò, ideal for quickly savoring the essence of Sicily. The Capo, located near the Teatro Massimo – a majestic theater reopened a few years ago – is in the city center. Borgo Vecchio, near the Port, offers a more "modern" atmosphere and is open all night. Vucciria, nestled between Via Roma and Corso Vittorio Emanuele, near the Quattro Canti and a short walk from the cathedral and the stunning Greek Orthodox church (La Martorana), embodies the most emblematic market of Palermo's historic center.


Founded in the Arab era, eleven centuries ago in the 9th century AD, the Capo market develops along the course of the Papireto River in a densely populated area once home to the Schiavone family, known slave traders.


Described as "Palermo's oldest food market" in a travel diary by a 10th-century Arab author, Ballarò is located in the Albergheria district. Contrary to what one might expect from a street market, Ballarò is characterized more by the smell of seasoned products and fish than by fragrances of colognes and Italian perfumes, offering an authentic vision of its aspect and atmosphere from times long past.


Borgo Vecchio is more renowned for its lively nightlife than for its daytime market. The Vucciria market, immersed in Sicilian history and culture, is located between Via Roma and Corso Vittorio Emanuele, near the Quattro Canti. This market offers a vibrant experience with local products, smells, and sounds that express the authentic spirit of Sicily.

Santa Flavia 4 km; Palermo 26 km; Cefalù 57 km; Madonie National Park 77 km
Few meters


Starting from€ 6,930

Weekly rentals only

*Prices are exclusive of VAT

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