Small flat near the sea in Sicily (Italy)

Small flat near the sea in Sicily (Italy)


Last logged in

This month

First joined

September 2005

  • This is a super-member. They're experienced home exchangers or the fastest responders.

Join free today to request an exchange

Begin your two-week free trial to contact members

Start a discussion

Begin a conversation with this member to organise an exchange

Propose exchange dates (optional)

Write a personal message

Not available

Not available

Added to shortlist

This home is in your shortlist. To access your shortlist click the icon in the navigation

Add to shortlist

This home is not yet in your shortlist

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms
Translate this listing into your language

Our home

My flat is rather small and very simply-furnished but its location is great: two great terraces among the Mediterranean vegetation create a sort of "balcony" onto the sea. Please, be aware that it is placed in a position that recalls the fourth floor, so you need good legs (well, at least it'll help you to keep in a good shape)! Of course, my flat can't compete with your deluxe-place, so if you are looking for a glittering place, probably you want to go somewhere else. We are members of RCI timesharing club, so if you'd rather go to a 5-star residence in Florida, Canary Island, California, Spain, Portugal, England, Kenya,... just get in touch and we'll find an agreement.

Property features

Who we are

  1. It's my vacation home, so, if you go there, my family and I won't be around!
    Anyway, I'm a teacher (54 years old, in March 2017), a (former) marathon-runner, a (former) tennis-player as well as a (current) chess-player. Vincenzo (45) is a teacher too. He loves everything related to computers and mobile-phones.
    We are a gay couple, and gay people will be welcome.

Our availability

Open to offers
Not Available

Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

My flat is in Salina, one of the seven Aeolian Islands (off the Sicilian northern coast). The seaside is just "downstairs": some 120 steps and you'll get to a tiny pebble-beach. The sea water is very clean, as the isle has got just less than 2000 people. No sandy beaches, though. But don't go there for the sea only! Dedicate one day to the hiking experience to the top of the isle (1,000 metres/3,300 feet), an old volcano now covered by a thick wood, from which you'll enjoy a breathtaking view.

Other exchanges that may interest you