Sicily Real Estate

Sicily real estate has long been on the bucket list of many investors, and for good reason. The area offers homebuyers everything you could possibly want in a vacation home: year-round sunny weather, beautiful architecture, and pristine beaches along the Mediterranean.

Sicily homes for sale are rare in that they are located on an island. That doesn't mean they are not accessible however. A new airport has been built in Ragusa in addition to a 800 boat marina to accommodate yachters. The nearby regions of Calabria and Lazio also offer regular travel from inland Italy. With UK airlines offering direct travel into Sicily, you can expect Sicily real estate to gain in popularity and in price as more visitors fall in love with this historic area. Read more about Sicily villas and homes.

Sicily Villas & Homes For Sale in Italy

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Photo of Listing #H-38-05-001
  • MLS® #: H-38-05-001
  • Pantelleria Island Paradise with Breathtaking View
  • Sicily, Italy
  • Price Available Upon Request
  • 5 Bed, 4 Bath, 2691 SqFt
  • Residential

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Real Estate in Sicily

When you invest in Sicily real estate, you gain access to one of the most important areas in Italy in terms of historical significance. This has resulted in an incredibly unique culture and cuisine. The housing options vary greatly from restored country houses to beach front villas. Apartments are also available and are relatively affordable. Once you are there, the cost of living is much lower than many parts of Europe.

Real estate in Sicily is gaining in popularity, especially with foreign investors for its attractive holiday home options. Home prices are expected to follow suit, making any purchase in Sicily a worthy investment.

Sicily Highlights

There are so many reasons Sicily has won over the hearts of many travelers. This sunny island on the Mediterranean is famous for its cuisine, artists, and craftsmen. Its coastal areas feature some of the cleanest beaches in Italy and a mild year-round climate makes this a great place for agriculture as well. It is one of the last unspoiled refuges in the country.

Capital: Palermo

Regional Specialties: Caciocavallo (cheese), Caponata (eggplant relish), Cannoli (pastry), Biscotti ennesi (cookie), Pecorino Siciliano (cheese), Nero d'Avola (wine).

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