Villa Vida

Villa Vida

Villa Vida, Sicily

Villa Vida is a stunning Sicilian villa with breathtaking sea views, private pool and terrace area with jacuzzi, great for relaxing and unwinding in the evening. This holiday vi...

  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Maximum Guests: 10
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Location: Taormina, Sicily
From £678per night
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Many airlines operate to the island including regional UK airports. The 2 main airports in Sicily is Catania airport on the east coast and in the north west.

Capital: Palermo
Flying time: 3 hours
Language: Italian
Country size: 25,711 square kilometres
Time Difference from the UK: + 1 hour Winter / 0 hours Summer
Currency: Euros
Voltage: 230V
Driving: Drive on right hand side
Airports: Catania airport and Palermo airport have the most flights but there are smaller / regional airports
Entry Requirements: British citizens do not require a visa. You will require a valid passport with 6 months validity.
Water: Tap water is safe to drink
Beaches: Sicily boasts some fantastic beaches including Cefalu - The long sandy beach at Cefalu makes for an ideal family day out. Mondello tops the list for convenience and popularity.
Health & Safety: No inoculations are needed. Sicily is a safe island and the locals are very friendly and accommodating. As with any destination be vigilant and don’t leave high worth items without supervision.

The Mediterranean climate is characterised by moderate temperatures, wet winters and dry summers. … Sicily’s climate also varies between its coastal and inland regions.

August is the hottest month in Sicily with an average temperature of 22.35°C (72°F) and the coldest is January at 8.65°C (48°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 10 in July. The wettest month is December with an average of 78.6mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 26.5°C (80°F).


Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and one of the 20 regions of Italy. Located just off the “toe” of Italy’s boot, this island is rich in history and has many places of interest to visit from the Valley of the Temples to the Cappella Palatina, a former royal chapel in capital city Palermo. On Sicily’s eastern edge is Mount Etna, one of Europe’s highest active volcanoes.

Sicily is considered to be  one of the pearls of Southern Italy. The island is split into 5 provinces: Palermo (regional capital), Agrigento, Catania, Caltanissetta, Enna, Messina, Ragusa, Siracusa and Trapani.

There are many places of interest to visit including Etna, the greatest active volcano in Europe. This is one of the fundamental stops for those wanting to discover this region. Its spectacular eruptions have created unique landscapes over the centuries. As well as the diverse nature and the beaches of Sicily, there are many islands scattered around. They are all charming islands but it is the Aeolian Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that deserves to be mentioned. The archipelago comprises seven islands – Lipari, Vulcano, Stromboli, Salina, Filicudi, Alicudi and Panarea – as well as a series of islets and rocks of smaller dimension. The history of the Aeolian Islands are clearly bound to the Volcanoes. Here you can plunge into the deep blue of the sea, make excursions to visit the many caves scattered along the coasts, relax on the small beaches lapped by crystal-clear waters and enjoy the delicious local food and fish dishes.