A villa that enjoys a world-class panorama, where you can spend a wonderful, romantic and relaxing holiday.
Typical Aeolian house with spacious and panoramic terraces.
The accommodation consists of two recently renovated adjacent complexes. The interior decoration, featuring exposed ceiling beams, wooden furniture from the region, local blue tiling and wrought iron, is kept deliberately simple and rural.
In fact, guests will probably spend most of their time on the beautiful covered sun terraces, enjoying the simple but substantial country life, the breathtaking view of the volcanic mountains and the azure blue sea. Or perhaps relaxing by the old olive tree, the centrepiece of the courtyard with an open fireplace.
MANOR HOUSE Ground Floor: kitchen/living room with fireplace, 1 double bedroom, 1 bathroom with shower.
SMALL DETACHED ANNEX Ground Floor: living room, 1 double bedroom, 1 bathroom with shower.
Patio with pergola, terraces, garden.
Dishwasher / Washing machine
Electric oven / Hob: gas burners: 4
Ceiling fans: 2
Chairs / Sofa
Iron / Hairdryer
Freezer / Fridge
Sun loungers / Table
Wi-Fi up to 10 GB per week
|Period||Sleeps 4 |
2 Bedrooms - 1 Bathroom
|Price/Week in £|
|09 January - 21 May|
25 September - 31 October
|22 May - 25 June|
28 August - 24 September
|26 June - 23 July|
21 August - 27 August
|24 July - 20 August||3080|
Minimum stay: 7 nights
Security deposit: € 300, to pay cash on arrival
Pets: Allowed only small pets
Late arrivals: 21:00-24:00, if agreed charged € 30 (to pay on site on arrival
City tax: to pay directly
No-smoking property: No
| Bath towels: weekly change
Bed linen: weekly change
Electricity: included up to 300 kWh per week
Kitchen gas consumption
Parking: private inside the property
Pool towels: weekly change
Welcome basket: breakfast items
| Electricity: included up to 300 kWh per week - The extra consumption fee of € 0.40 per kWh is to be paid on the spot
Heating: 2Heating: 2 eletric stoves - COST € 140 per week
On the island of Salina, the 2nd largest, the villa has a striking location looking over the islands of Alicudi and Filicudi while the volcanic cone of Monte dei Porri looms behind.
Sun seekers can relax on the bay of Pollara, which is easy to reach via a short path. is in the middle of an ancient volcano on a steep coastline. But there’s nothing to fear: the only thing likely to break out is enthusiasm for the impressive natural beauty of the scenery.
Keen walkers can take paths through the volcanic landscape to the mountain of Fossa delle Felci – a nature reserve offering a breathtaking view of the peninsula and all the way to Mount Etna on the north coast, from a height of 982m.