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Catania (province), Aci Castello
5.0 20 Reviews
San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily
4.6 5 Reviews
Riposto, Catania (province)
5.0 121 Reviews
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Avola, Siracusa (province)
5.0 8 Reviews
Modica, Ragusa (province)
5.0 7 Reviews
Siracusa (province), Syracuse
5.0 3 Reviews
Palermo (province), Italy
5.0 76 Reviews
4.8 196 Reviews
Palermo (province), Palermo
5.0 94 Reviews
5.0 5 Reviews
4.9 97 Reviews
Price per night
October : £57
Price in January
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 70m²
Price per week
December : £57
A holiday rental in Sicily is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Sicily is £57.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Sicily, you have to pay on average £396 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £396 and £399 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Sicily are less expensive in December: £57 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 2% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 1% (£57 per night) in 10, which is the most expensive month to live in Sicily.
On average, rentals in Sicily can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 70 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Sicily is £93 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £648.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Sicily costs on average £89, for Friday and Saturday nights.
9% of accommodation is still available for a stay in January. It will be necessary to pay on average £56 per night.
The best way to enjoy Sicily's sandy assets is to choose a holiday villa with a sea-view which are particularly popular in the vibrant resort of Mondello. Reserving accommodation with a view over the Mediterranean is the best way to guarantee that your Sicilian beach break will be unforgettable. Here, you can enjoy your breakfast overlooking the Mondello Beach before spending a day on the white sands of this art nouveau kingdom. Similarly, villas and apartments with a sea view are sought after in the picturesque coastal town of San Vito Lo Capo, and along the rocky haven of Calamosche, which is famed for its diving and snorkelling opportunities.
If you are looking to enjoy the unspoilt Italian landscape and traditional cuisine, then look no further than a self-catered holiday villa with a private garden for your stay in Sicily. The south-east of the island is renowned for its beautiful baroque towns, which are surrounded by nothing but verdant lemon trees and secret sandy coves. Reserve a self-catered villa among the leafy hilltops of Ragusa, which is the epitome of traditional Sicilian resort. Here you can indulge in the local cuisine in the nearby old town of Ragusa Ibla, or try your hand with the fresh Italian market produce in the comfort of your private kitchen.
There is no more fabulous place to look for a city break in Sicily than in the capital, Palermo. This Northern city is bursting with luxury apartment rentals, meaning visitors can indulge in a cosmopolitan city break which is tainted with quaint Italian history and charm. In Palermo, the hip district of Castellammare is a particular favourite among young travellers, who descend on the aperitif bars before dancing until the sun rises above the Mediterranean. The city of Catania is an equally great destination for a more urban break in Sicily. As the second biggest city on the island, you are never short of things to see and do, whatever time of day (or night) you decide to explore.
Families looking for a slice of Sicilian adventure should choose a spacious holiday villa in the town of Bronte, which sits at the base of Mount Etna. Not only does accommodation in Bronte offers impressive views across the island's volcanic landscape, but it is also convenient for families who want to explore the volcano. Whether you choose to hike, rent a bike or even try out Etna Donkey Trekking, you are never too far away from the action in Bronte. The area of Belpasso is also popular among young families, who visit Etnaland, which is bursting with rollercoasters and water slides for children of all ages.
If you are planning on visiting Sicily, don’t hesitate to book and rent accommodation in Sicily with Likibu. Sicily is an emblematic isle which seems to be on the tip of the boot of Italy. The Greek, Roman and Phoenician heritage makes the isle a historical place worth to visit. If you want to visit Sicily let Likibu help with your holiday rental in Sicily.
Pozzallo, Ragusa (province)
Ispica, Ragusa (province)
4.8 5 Reviews
Tusa, Messina (province)
5.0 24 Reviews
4.6 7 Reviews
Palermo (province), Balestrate
5.0 65 Reviews
Noto, Siracusa (province)
4.9 20 Reviews
Ragusa, Ragusa (province)
4.7 18 Reviews
Siracusa (province), Avola
Castellammare Del Golfo, Sicily
5.0 71 Reviews
4.7 127 Reviews
4.9 18 Reviews
4.7 227 Reviews
4.9 134 Reviews
Book a Sicilian holiday villa and get the most of Sicily's nature, architectural remains, gastronomy and lifestyle. From different tones of blue of the Conigli beach to white cliffs of the Scala dei Turchi beach, you can see the unique wilderness Sicily offers. For couples, from history and art lovers to gastronomy freaks browse our cheap accommodation in Sicily and book a bed and breakfast or villas in Sicily.
We strongly recommend avoiding going in August because of its high temperatures and busy season. It may not allow you to enjoy the historic sites whilst being so hot and crowded. In summary: May, June, early July and September are the best months to book accommodation in Sicily.
Despite Sicily being an island, it is incredibly easy to access it, even by car. Sicily's very best attractiveness comes from rural environments with holiday villas, so it is advisable going by car or renting one. Therefore, if you enjoy driving, you have the chance to leave your car in Reggio Calabria and cross by ferry at the strait of Messina. Another way to get to Sicily is by boat. There are actually ferries from Génova, Nápoles and Livorno to Palermo, Mesina, Trapani and Catania. In case you get to Mesina by train, it will cross the strait likewise and take you to main train stations in: Palermo, Cefalú, Lolli, Bagheria and Taormina.
In Sicily every airport has swift public transport systems in place, these airports offer regular flights from big cities all over Europe such as Madrid or Barcelona and, in particular, these airports are: Punta Raisi (in Palermo and now called Falcón y Borselino), Catania, Messina, Trápani, Pantelleria y Lampedusa. Low cost companies such as Ryanair, Windjet or Volotea offer direct flights.
No matter how small Sicily seems on the map, it may take longer than one week to get to know to this wonderful island. Renting villas in Sicily allows you to cross the island and get to its different tourism hotspot places while enjoying the trip among its historical and natural landscapes. Anyway, whether you decide to rent luxury villas or holiday villas, there are also bed and breakfasts available all over the island.
Sicily is famous for boasting volcanoes, beaches, magnificent nature reserves, delicious cuisine and many islands! To make planning your trip easier, here is a list of some of the best things to do in Sicily:
This is the capital of Sicily. Palermo is rich in terms of historical buildings, thus an ideal place to visit if you like monuments or you are into arts and history. More concretely, in Palermo you shouldn't miss: its Cathedral, The Massimo Theatre, The Norman Palace and the Ballaro Market.
Given that Palermo is the capital, all sorts of accommodation is available from a range of prices. Starting from hostels, bed and breakfasts, short term apartments and holiday villas there is something to offer for everyone.
Cefalu, a small fishing town is a very picturesque place making it the ideal area to book a holiday rental. It is worth a stop at the Old Port to admire the panorama and wonderful views of the surrounding landscape. Stroll through Cefalu's narrow streets full of shops and restaurants and Airbnb's. If you have time, you should also visit the Cefalù Norman cathedral as it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site and built in 1131.
Known as "the Pearl of Sicily" this town is world-famous for the magnificent views it offers of the plain Catania Etna and Isola Bella. It's one of the most touristic cities in Sicily, so it's best to go in low-season to make the most out of your stay. Book your accommodation in advance to find the cheapest hotel in Taormina.
This is second largest city after Palermo, it is located at the foot of the Etna. Book a holiday rental in Catania to stay near the starting point to get to the Volcano.
Nicknamed the black city because of its buildings built in lava stone, Catania has many things to offer. Here are some of the things to do in and around Catania, in addition to the Etna excursion: take a walk around the Piazza del Duomo and see the emblem of Catania: The Fontana dell' Elefante, visit the Duomo Di Catania which is the Cathedral dedicated to the patron Saint of the city and finally visit the Cyclops rocks in the seaside resort of Aci Trezza, only about 35 minutes away from Catania on foot.
The Etna volcano is one of the island's main attractions, and it should be included in your tour of Sicily. From Taormina and Catania, the viewpoints allow you to admire the volcano from a distance, but you can also climb up and see its crater.
One of the best things to do is to choose a day or half-day excursion. From Catania or Taormina, many tour operators offer full package around 55€ with transport, equipment, guide and 4 Wheel drive vehicle to go up to the crater.