7928 Homes for Sale at Affidata.co.uk

(€) 170000,  Calpe,  Spain
(€) 460000,  Faro,  Portugal
(€) 440000,  Vilamoura,  Portugal
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Our comprehensive guide is the perfect companion if you are considering moving to Sicily or are already living there. Learn all about buying a house, mastering the Italian language, finding a job, experiencing the culture and discovering tourist attractions. With this guide, you'll have all the information you need to live successfully in Sicily. Read on now to discover it all!
Old houses in the sun
Sicily offers unique opportunities for homeowners to engage in ecotourism by adopting sustainable practices like solar energy, water management, and using local materials. Collaborations with artisans and conservation efforts enhance the cultural and environmental value of properties, attracting eco-conscious visitors and benefiting the local economy.
Old wooden door
Sicilian culture differs significantly from typical Italian culture due to unique historical influences from Greeks, Romans, Arabs, and more. This is reflected in the Sicilian language, cuisine with Arab influences, and unique architecture like Arab-Norman styles.
old doors for reuse
Buying and renovating a second home in Sicily requires careful planning. Choose a bilingual contractor with local expertise and ensure they're registered with Italian professional bodies. Consider a project manager to oversee progress. Prepare for cultural differences and draft a detailed contract covering all project aspects.
Stack of old roof tiles
Renovating a historic Sicilian village house requires navigating complex permits. Essential steps involve securing building, heritage, and environmental approvals. Start early, hire local experts, and remain flexible to manage bureaucratic challenges and preserve the property's cultural value.