Italy, Sicily, Alcamo
Infinity House is located on the slopes of Monte Bonifato. Its privileged position allows you to dominate the town of Alcamo and enjoy a breathtaking view overlooking the Gulf of Castellammare. Charming villa with geometric lines that underline the modernity and the marked design characterizing the enviroments, the villa – just a few minutes away from Castellammare del Golfo – is a strategic point to reach the most beautiful beaches of western Sicily such as the Zingaro Nature Reserve and the Scopello Tonnara with its imposing stacks.
The interior design has been deeply thought of by the designer who has identified it as a place of observation that opens to the outside world. All rooms have a panoramic view.
The ground floor, overlooking the garden and the pool, has a large open plan lounge with fireplace, reading corner and dining area. The kitchen is elegant and bright.
The bedrooms are four. All of them are double. There are three bathrooms with shower.
The owners occasionally live on the first floor of the villa (never in June, July, August and September). They have at their own disposal their own entrance and do not share with guests any of the outdoor areas (garden, entrance, pool).
The lush garden overlooks the infinity pool with spectacular sea views. Outside a barbecue area and a play area for children is at guests’ disposal. In the villa there are also fitness equipment. The access to the villa is also equipped with a platform to accommodate disabled people and a safety gate for children.
The villa is a strategic point to reach the most beautiful beaches of western Sicily such as the Zingaro Nature Reserve and the Scopello Tonnara with its imposing stacks, as well as the enchanting Guidaloca bay, part of the wild strecth of coast of Castellammare del Golfo.
From the property you can easily reach the most beautiful tourist destinations of western Sicily: in just few km you will reach Castellammare del Golfo, the medieval village of Erice, the city centers of Trapani and Marsala in which you can visit saltworks with their ancient mills, the Greek sites of Segesta and Selinunte and the Egadi Islands. But also the capital city Palermo, rich in historical attractions and ancient buildings and the enchanting city of temples, Agrigento, which also boasts fascinating Baroque architecture.
Having a breakfast or drinking a cocktail looking towards the Mediterranean Sea is always a magic experience.