Immersed in a sumptuous Sicilian garden, with view over the Verdura golf course and sea, our ten three-room Agata Villas are spread over two floors, each overlooking a large private pool and the southern Sicilian coast below.
The ground floor is dedicated to serene and spacious living. An open floorplan combines a fully equipped kitchen with the dining and living areas, thereby accommodating abundant natural light – all spaces are oriented so they face the golden seaside below. Step in via the private pool or from a sequestered personal pathway.
The villa’s three bedrooms are either located upstairs or downstairs (according to the villa layout) and each have a beautiful belvedere from which to admire the landscape. Two are deluxe bedrooms and one is a grand master bedroom. Enjoy sea-facing balconies, en-suite bathrooms and a warm interior that harmonizes with the saffron Sicilian light. (Occupancy : 6 + 1 extra bed)
Sicily is an island of volcanic coastlines, idyllic beaches, historic cities, Greek temples and Roman sites. And of course, one of the highlights is also its food: It’s also renowned for its fresh-off-the-boat seafood, with endless restaurants serving up exquisite Sicilian cooking – with generations-old recipes.
Born out of turmoil, Sicily was occupied for millennia by the Greeks, Romans, Arabs and French, all of which has left a visible mark on the island. From the Valley of the Temples near the town of Agrigento, with its extraordinary ancient Greek architecture, to the rich, intricate Roman mosaics at Villa Romana del Casale, this is a place for history buffs and art lovers to rejoice.
Guests staying at Verdura Resort have endless places to explore right on their doorstep: Our Verdura Discovery Trek takes you along the stunning coastline beneath the historic Torre, dating from the late 1500s; Sciacca, which was founded by the Greeks as a thermal resort for nearby Selinunte in the fifth century BC, has striking sixteenth century ramparts and Norman churches; and the archaeological area of Agrigento Templi is home to the fifth century BC Temples of Concordia and Juno.