Holiday rentals in Sciacca

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Explore Sciacca

If you love sun, laid back life and the Italian culture, you will love Sciacca. Set on the coast of Sicily in the province of Agrigento, Sciacca has plenty to offer visitors, including great food and weather. Stroll along the promenade to soak up the sun and stop off in a café to watch the world go by. Overlooking Sciacca is Monte Cronio, where you’ll find steaming caves and get some great views. The biggest pull for Sciacca is The Carnival, which is held the week before Lent. Mingle with locals as the parade runs through town and celebrate the local culture in style.

Renting holiday apartments in Sciacca

Renting holiday apartments in Sciacca means you can do what you want, when you want. With Sciacca apartments you will have your own kitchen area, so you can cook your own food and eat at a time that suits, rather than eating off a menu and having to follow hotel dining schedules. You’ll also get your own private living space and outdoor area, perfect for complete relaxation and to create a home from home atmosphere.

Where to stay in Sciacca

Anyone who’s into a bit of history will love staying in apartments in Sciacca as you’ll always be able to feel the years gone by. Opt for Sciacca apartments right in the heart of town and you’ll have everything you need within a short stroll. Walk down to the local shops to pick up some ingredients to take back and cook up an Italian feast in your holiday rental. Go for holiday accommodation a little further up and you will be able to enjoy spectacular views across the Mediterranean. Sit out in the evening to eat dinner with an amazing backdrop setting the scene. There’s a good selection of apartments and villas in Sciacca on offer from HouseTrip, so have a browse to see which one suits you best!

Sciacca with the family

Go on a family holiday to Sciacca and you will have plenty of places to see and things to do. Visit the 12th century Cathedral of Maria SS. Del Soccorso, which was rebuilt in 1685, and check out the Palazzo Tagliavia, a Neo-Gothic styled building which dates back to the 11th century. Onvanother day you could all walk the city walls and go hiking up Mount San Calogero, and if you’re lucky enough to be in Sciacca during The Carnival you’ll get to have a one-off experience. Not forgetting your family rental though, where you can enjoy splashing around in the pool and have a go at cooking traditional Sicilian meals in the kitchen.


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