Fantastic Villa Delle Sirene is carved into the terraces slopes of the Amalfi coastline. Whitewashed exteriors and Mediterranean blues are indicative of a relaxed tempo. While this modern home is designed to indulge, it’s charm lies in the stripped down relaxed cool of Mediterranean vernacular architecture.
What I love about this home is the amazing outdoor living spaces dotted around the property enabling the residents to take advantage of the shade as the light shifts throughout the day. But hey, when the heat becomes overpowering just saunter down the steps to your private jetty access and have a dip. Caterina at Ville in Italia can arrange your week at this villa if you’re feeling rockstar.
Many people dream of staying in a villa when visiting Italy. If you shop around it may not be as expensive as you think. If you are planning to arrange a group stay it can be a great way to have some privacy and cooking facilities. A little gem in Sicily I also have my eye on is called Villa Firriato, which has reasonable rates during spring and fall.
Have you ever rented a villa in Italy? Do you have any rave reviews? I would love to hear your experiences.
I’ve never rented a villa in Italy , but I have been to Amalfi …twice! Kinda crazy, but I happened to be on yachts. (thanks to my sister and bro-in-law careers not my opulent lifestyle!) An amazing way to explore the Amalfi Coast, which by the way is one of the most beautiful places on this earth.
Next time you are sweeping through the Amalfi coast on your yacht, could you let me know?
I had the great privilege to stay at this villa in April 2010. The sheer beauty of this home is not remotely expressed in these few Pictures. The spaciousness of the villa is only complemented by it’s proximity to the ocean and the two k walk into town, which we did every day to buy fresh groceries. I cannot express more deeply how wonderful this home this town and these gracious people are. I would love nothing more than to return to this villa again and again.
Thanks for telling us about your story. I can’t imagine not wanting to return to such a wonderful place!