Villa Agrume

Castelvetrano, Sicily, Italy

2 275 - 4 312 € / week
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Surrounded by fields of citrus and olive groves, Villa Agrume is wonderfully peaceful home from home. Well designed and furnished, the villa is surrounded by a lawned garden, shady terraces and an inviting pool. Perfect for a small group of friends or a family, the villa sleeps up to 6 people. The three bedrooms each have their own modern bathroom for privacy and comfort. Beautiful wooden doors and carved wooden furniture compliment the neutral colours of the walls and fabrics. Wide french windows from the living room open onto the terrace giving guests plenty of space to relax. An outside covered dining and barbecue area is the setting for happy summer meals, with uninterrupted views over the pool to the countryside and sea beyond. Situated in the west part of Sicily, there is plenty to discover and explore. Not far away is one of the most important wine areas of Sicily and the ancient Archeological site of Selinunte.
PeriodNightWeekMinimum Stay
15.04.2023 - 19.05.2023325 €2 275 €5 Days
20.05.2023 - 16.06.2023374 €2 618 €5 Days
17.06.2023 - 14.07.2023492 €3 444 €7 Days
15.07.2023 - 25.08.2023616 €4 312 €7 Days
26.08.2023 - 15.09.2023492 €3 444 €7 Days
16.09.2023 - 13.10.2023374 €2 618 €5 Days
14.10.2023 - 05.01.2024325 €2 275 €5 Days

Services and extra costs

Compulsory extra cost

Optional extra service


Final cleaning
Internet connection
Pool and garden maintenance
Bed linen and bath towels



Jonathan T.

"Beautiful villa in a splendidly isolated position with lovely gardens, grounds, and views. Well-equipped house and kitchen with a fine pool. An excellent refurbishment to a very good standard in one of our favorite parts of Sicily. We would visit again."

Irina W.

"Villa Agrume was excellent with wonderful space and amenities. Ewa was also very helpful. Lovely beaches just 10 minutes from the villa. Quiet place and lovely pool thanks again!"


"We liked the layout. Big open plan space with dispersed bedrooms. It was also very private and the gardens were attractive and well kept"