Salt Villa is located near Trapani, in the westernmost part of Sicily, on the edge of Trapani’s saltpans nature reserve, an area where the salt has been extracted over the centuries. Operated by WWF, the nature reserve with its typical windmills is a very important stopover site for many birds, particularly flamingos, on the migration route from and to Africa.
This beautiful, comfortable villa is characterized by bright and cozy interior.
It develops on one level and it has a living room with fireplace and dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, a further living room and five double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms (with shower). There is also a depandance which offers 2 extra double bedrooms with en-suite facilities, and a common kitchen.
Outside the villa features a lush garden with lawn, patio, spacious panoramic terraces, ideal for having al fresco meals and an amazing infinity pool (6 x 12 meters) with hydro-massage corner.
The villa also comes complete with air conditioning, internet Wi-Fi, satellite TV, Hi-Fi system, dishwasher and washing machine.
Salt Villa is the perfect base for exploring the charming surroundings, being positioned only a short drive away from the beach of Marausa Lido and the old town centers of Trapani and Marsala. Among the places that deserve a visit there are also the medieval village of Erice, the temples of Segesta and Selinunte, the Zingaro nature reserve with the popular beach of San Vito Lo Capo and the Egadi islands.
Neighborhood and surroundings
The province of Trapani extends in the westernmost part of Sicily.
It is a land full of charm with its marvelous coasts, alternating steep cliffs with long beaches, archaeological remains, small villages where the most authentic traditions are still alive, make it one of the most popular and attractive tourist destinations in Sicily.
The province of Trapani contains an extraordinary natural heritage starting from the well-known Egadi Islands and the splendid volcanic island of Pantelleria, real oases to discover and experience.
There are numerous protected areas such as the Zingaro Nature Reserve, or the Saline Nature Reserve where there are landscapes of particular charm, consisting of the white salt pans among which ancient windmills emerge.
Moreover, the province of Trapani is particularly known for the important vestiges of civilizations more than millenary: from the archaeological area of ??Segesta, located inland, to the coastal colonies of Selinunte and Erice, up to that of the island of Mothia.
Finally, the city of Trapani, with its characteristic historical center that contains beautiful monuments of different eras.
Trapani airport: 12 km
Palermo airport: 90 km
Erice: 18 km
Nearest port: 7 km
Nearest train station: 8 km
Nearest beach: 450 m
Nearest restaurant: 750 m
Nearest grocery: 1,5 km