Just a short walk from the iconic center of Taormina - with chic boutiques, restaurants, bars and historic buildings - the unique southern Italian flair is in the air here. Villa Antika in this privileged location offers easy access to the most popular highlights of the region. The station of the panoramic cable car - which connects the old town with the beach - is also just a few minutes' walk from the villa.
You enter the property directly into the beautiful garden with pool, loungers and outdoor dining area. The stylish decoration of sculptures, candles, lights and plants transports you to another world. The levels of the three-storey villa are connected by stairs and elevator. The open plan living area is the central spot of the villa – accommodates the sitting area, the dining area with impressive dining table and chandelier – both custom-made for the villa – as well the large gourmet kitchen. The interior is throughout impressive - furnished and decorated by works of Sicilian, Italian and international artists and designers. 3 double rooms are located on the first floor and the master bedroom extends over the entire second floor with living area and a panoramic terrace. One level higher, the roof terrace awaits with a fantastic panoramic view of the Bay of Taormina and Isola Bella. A Jacuzzi is planned here for the season2022.
Included in the price
All Utilities, air conditioning, heating
Bed linen (change every 4 days), hand, bath and pool towels (change every 2 days)
Intermediate cleaning every 2 days
Garden and pool maintenance
Welcome basket with local snacks and wine
Refundable deposit 2000 EUR
Additional cleaning hours EUR 20 per hour (at least 3 hours)
Additional change of hand and bath towels 8 EUR per person
Breakfast and chef service
Planning of excursions
When staying at Villa Urbis, excursions into the surrounding area should always be on the agenda. Discover the bars, restaurants, shops and Greco-Roman theatre in Taormina, all just a leisurely stroll away. Take a day trip to Mount Etna. Visit Savoca, the village where The Godfather was filmed. Or follow in the footsteps of history in UNESCO-listed Syracuse.