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There is no better way to visit Western Sicily than by starting from Villa Asami. Atop the gentle hills in the outskirts of Trapani, this architectural gem is the ideal place to tour this part of the island. You will be pampered by this villa’s outstanding facilities – modern interiors, five en-suite bedrooms, panoramic terraces, a semi-covered private heated swimming pool, a sauna, and an emotional shower that is ideal for rejuvenating your senses.  Combining stark white structures and golden stones, and being surrounded by manicured gardens boasting typical Mediterranean vegetation, Villa Asami exudes a sense of tranquillity and relaxation. This two-floor villa provides a sophisticated yet relaxed environment for its guests and is set in a panoramic position where one may enjoy stunning sea views and unforgettable sunsets. A stay here is sure to be one you will want to repeat again and again.



Weekly rates & Availability

FromToWeekly rate
  • Security deposit: €800 held at the agency
  • Check-in 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Check-out: by 10:00 am
  • Late arrival fee, between 7pm-10pm: €30 to be paid at check-in – no arrivals are accepted after 10pm
  • No land-line available at the villa
  • All extra services must be paid locally, prior to departure, unless otherwise arranged

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Included with rent
  • Electricity, heating, water, gas and final cleaning
  • Mid-week cleaning service and change of linens
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi Internet 
  • Garden and pool service
Not included with rent
  • Pool heating (approx. €150 per day)
  • Extra cleaning €15 per hour
  • Cook services 
  • Cost of food and beverages


What to do in North coast Sicily
The island of Sicily offers a number of wonderful places to visit on daytrips or excursions. In the northern area, you might want to include cities such as Palermo, Monreale, Cefalù, Castelbuono, Erice, Segesta, Marsala, and Trapani to your must-see. The eastern coast of the island is also worth exploring, starting from the famous cities of Taormina, Catania, Syracuse, Noto, and Ragusa and the utterly unforgettable volcanic peak of Mt. Etna.

The extraordinary city of Palermo is the capital of Sicily, so beautiful that Maupassant described it as “the most beautiful religious jewelry dreamed by human thought”. Visit the richly decorated churches, the imposing monuments and lose yourself in the little streets of the historical center. Explore the archeological site of Segesta, once one of the most important fortified cities on the north Sicilian basin. Do not pass on Erice, the ancient medieval village rich in history and charm. If you venture up to Marsala, drive along the Salt Route and enjoy the burning sunset reflected on the lagoon of the salt mines. You will never forget it! And take note that Marsala, known as the “city of wine”, has been producing a sweet dessert wine of the same name for more than 200 years. Do not leave the island without at least a bottle of this liquid gold!
Where to eat

Trattoria Altri Tempi - Local dishes, old-style. Menus are written in Sicilian dialect but the staff is happy to translate! Excellent value for money.
Via Sammartino 65, Palermo - +39 091 323 480

Osteria dei Vespri - One of the most acclaimed restaurants in Palermo, offering a modern, highly original menu on the ground floor of the historical Palazzo Gangi.
Piazza Croce dei Vespri 6, Palermo (old town) - +39 091 617 1631

Antica Focacceria San Francesco - Serves very good meals upstairs and in the square (one of the most beautiful squares in Palermo), or typical Sicilian fast food during the day. Open for lunch and dinner.
Via A. Paternostro 58 (opposite the church San Francesco d’Assisi), Palermo - (+39) 091 320 264

Between Palermo and Cefalù, if you like artichokes, stop at Trattoria Nasca, a simple trattoria where the whole menus is based on artichokes cooked in lots of different ways!
Contrada Canna 1, Cerda - +39 091 899 2716

Fior di Sale - at the Saline Ettore Infersa, recommended for the good food, and in summer the breathtaking views over the Stagnone lagoon at sunset.
Contrada Ettore Infersa 36/A, Marsala - +39 0324 896 5988 or +39 0327 407 7156

Ristorante Monte San Giuliano – good typical dishes served in a rustic atmosphere. Outdoor dining available in summer. Try the busiate (local fresh pasta) with trapanese pesto enriched with potatoes and eggplants.
Vicolo San Rocco 7, Erice - +39 0923 869595

Where to shop

Food – Sundried tomatoes, jams, honey and pistachio cream from Antichi Sapori di Sicilia - a company that expertly preserves flavors of the Trapani province.
C/da Granatello Ciappola 35/B, Marsala - +39 0923 733007

Ceramic – the town of Santo Stefano di Camastra, one hour drive east from Cefalù, bases its economy exclusively on the production of ceramics. It has ancient tradition on shapes and decoration. The clay used to create ceramics in this area is well known for the superior quality and it is sold in many of the shops along the streets of the city center.

ClothingLa Coppola Storta – a Company who transformed the coppola (a typical Sicilian flat hat) from mafia stereotype into a symbol of a region that is changing.
Via Bara all'Olivella, 74 Palermo - +39 091 324428

JewelryPlatimiro Florenza - one of the last coral artisans able to create wearable artworks.
Via Osorio 36, Trapani - +39 0923 20785