Villa Cefalà in Santa Flavia was built in 1778 as a mansion for a Sicilian noble family. It has recently been refurbished as an agriturismo or farm stay/inn. It looks out on to the Tyrrhenian Sea and is surrounded by the estate’s olive and citrus groves.
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How really magnificent a structure this is! I would love to stay there – it looks so inviting. 🙂
Dana, Yes, it’s a beautiful spot! They did a magnificent job refurbishing it and making it feel homey and on with nature. You are with me in spirit!
When can I book???