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lamoosh   , 27

from Las Vegas


Gorgeous Hidden Beaches With the Best Villas in Sicily

Many villas in Sicily are located near the various coastlines of the greatest island in the Mediterranean Sea. The more popular ones, however , are usually filled to the top with beach-goers once the peak season arrives.

If you are on the lookout for accommodation at beaches that are easy to access with a car but are separated enough that few tourists know about them, then you will definitely want to check these invisible gems out.

Castellammare Del Golfo is villas in sicily an upsurge in tourism thank you to its natural and historical beauty. The beautiful surf, charming Arab-Norman castle and silky smooth golden beaches are the explanations why people are starting to take notice.

There are, however, quite a few villas in Sicily near Castellammare Del Golfo that provide a haven for those seeking some privacy. We all include Castellammare Del Tuno on this set of hidden gemstones despite its growing popularity. Get in quick!

Scopello is the quintessential Italian town, which epitomizes a wide variety of hidden gems. Rugged coastlines, rolling green slopes and picturesque cottages make Scopello the perfect getaway for those who simply want to benefit from the sun and surf in peace.

It is also located conveniently close to Castellammare Del Golfo, and this links the two together in a way that benefits you the most. You can choose to stay in Scopello for the isolation and then require a short drive to Castellammare Del Golfo for its tourist-friendly amenities. Exactly what is not to like?

The pebbled beaches of Letojanni glitter under the daylight, counter against swathes of crystal clear waters. The local gelato houses are a surprising but divine treat - cooling off in the shade with a creamy dessert at your fingertips is among the finest ways to wrap upward a day of frolicking on the beach.

The ancient city of Taormina is just six kilometres away if you feel like immersing yourself in some Greco-Roman architecture and background. It is similar to Scopello in this way, to stay in a peaceful, out-of-the-way village but can certainly access a tourist hotspot if you want to.

Riposto is a commune on the eastern coast of the island and is home to a number of villas. Within Sicily, here you'll not only have a beautiful view of the Ionian Sea, but the town also hosts a pier where you can hire out yachts to stand up close and personal with the ocean!

Even better is the fact that it is home to the increasingly popular Belissima Napoli Riposto Restaurant. Flawlessly baked pizzas with luscious amounts of cheese and generous toppings served by friendly staff for around five euros apiece - this is certainly a hidden gem for the foodie.