Welcome to Villa Vajarassa at KBC Sicily
During your stay at KBC Sicily and for KBC Sicily Kite Events, you’ll lodge at Baglio Vajarassa. After a day of kitesurfing, you can get together with other KBC guests. And in the evenings, we meet up at the long table in the idyllic inner courtyard of the villa. The KBC team will join you for 1-2 evenings in a week.
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The cosy Villa Vajarassa surrounded by vineyards
Villa Vajarassa profile
Your kitesurf holidays at KBC Sicily
In Sicily there is a top practice area with a huge standing area, a high wind yield and mediterranean temperatures. You will learn kitesurfing with a maximum of deep water and plenty of room for your first driving attempts. In the breaks you relax at our mobile station directly at the spot.Booking "Service"
Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves is Baglio Vajarassa, a bed and breakfast renovated in 2016. The villa is full of cosy spots to relax: in the living room at the fireside, in the reading room, in the hammock under the majestic trees in the inner courtyard or on the roof terrace. From here, you have an amazing view of the lagoon (only 400 m away) and the sunsets. The entire villa is non-smoking.
Please note: Villa Vajarassa has a kitchen, but only for the staff. If you want a room with kitchen, choose the room "Scirocco" with a small kitchenette.There is free Wi-Fi.
You’ll stay in one of the five double rooms, some of which have a balcony or access to the roof terrace. All rooms have a double bed (160 x 190) with one mattress and a bathroom with a washbasin, WC and shower. There are high chairs and baby/children’s cots for your little ones. The rooms are named after the five prevailing winds in the region.All rooms and rates
You can look forward to a delicious breakfast buffet every morning at Villa Varajarra Bed & Breakfast: fresh fruit, yoghurt, Italian bread, cheese, sausage, salami and sweet spreads.
Please note: Villa Vajarassa has a kitchen, but only for the staff. If you want a room with kitchen, choose the room "Scirocco" with a small kitchenette.You enjoy your breakfast in the living room or in the court yard.
Nights at Villa Vajarassa
Once a week we have a Kiters’ Night – a festive evening at the Villa Vajarassa. We’ll give you on-site information about other activities, such as BBQ evenings in the summer and cinema nights. You’ll also find some great restaurants and bars in the vicinity and in Marsala.At the long table in the courtyards you'll meet likeminded people.
Baglio Vajarassa Wine
The Baglio Vajarassa has its own wine, which was produced naturally from the grapes of the vines that grow around the estate.
Grillo - the typical dry white wine
The Grillo grape is an original, old native white grape variety with yellowish medium to large, spherical berries with firm skin and fruity berry. It is very robust and can withstand the hot climate. Therefore, it probably has a much higher sugar content than other white grapes, as well as a special aromatic taste. Not all soils are suitable for this grape variety. Therefore, it is mainly found only around Marsala. The grape variety is one of the approved DOC wines of Sicily, which proves its high quality, but Grillo wines are relatively affordable. The Grillo is a dry white wine with a pale yellow color. Its aroma is intense and rich in fruity notes, such as lemon and orange and a freshness that spreads round and full-bodied. Some wine connoisseurs describe the bouquet as flowery, some recognize pear or almonds. Grillo wines usually have a fairly high alcohol content (sometimes even over 16 per thousand) and can therefore be stored well and long (sometimes several decades). The Grillo goes perfectly with the Italian cuisine.
Catarratto Grillo - the dry white wine blend
Also, the Catarratto Bianco is a widespread vine in the province of Trapani. It has large, compact grapes and small berries with a thick shell. The Catarratto is usually blended with the Grillo, the result is a full-bodied wine. The high acid content positively influences the aromatic and aromatic freshness. One senses a scent of white flowers.
Nero D'Avola - the dry red wine from Sicily
The dark, almost black Nero D'Avola grapes are a typically Sicilian and very noble strain. Depending on the growing area their taste varies. In the areas around Marsala they are more fruity and sweeter. The wine has a strong, dark red color and its taste reveals the strong sunlight on Sicily. One senses aromas of cherry, brambles, cassis and even pepper, cedar and leather. The wine is very pleasant and tastes on many occasions.You can taste all wines on the spot. Just ask Salvatore for a wine tasting.
For getting around in Sicily, we strongly recommend a rental car. This gives you greater mobility and independence and makes it easy to explore the colourful life of Sicily that lies beyond the world of kitesurfing.
You can book your rental car through us; make advance reservations here (Link: www.rentalcars.com/de/airport/it/tps/sicily-by-car/) or hire a car at the airport. Prices for rental cars vary according to season. www.rentalcars.com/de/airport/it/tps/sicily-by-car/
Local public transport is available, but often runs off schedule and is unreliable.
Taxis are very expensive, unfortunately, and not always available.
We will be happy to arrange for you to be picked up from the airport or for your return transfer to the airport; this service is provided by another company. The price is per car (please note the maximum number of persons and luggage) and according to distance. The car is air-conditioned. The driver will wait for you if you are delayed.
Arrival transfer: The driver from our reliable transfer service (a certified third-party provider) will be waiting for you at the bar located at the airport exit. He will be holding a sign with our logo and will drive you directly to your accommodation.
For the return trip, you can be picked up at KBC, Villa Vajarassa or at the hotel of your choice. Please let us know your preference beforehand.
Palermo Airport Transfer by car (One Way)
Airport Transfer by car (One Way) from Airport Palermo to Lo Stagnone OR from Lo Stagnone to Airport Palermo.
Airport Transfer by car (One Way)
Airport Transfer by car (One Way) from Airport Trapani to Lo Stagnone OR from Lo Stagnone to Airport Trapani.
Airport Transfer by mini bus (One Way)
Airport Transfer by mini bus (One Way) from Airport Trapani to Lo Stagnone OR from LoStagnone to Airport Trapani.
Palermo Airport Transfer by mini bus (One Way)
Palermo Airport Transfer by mini bus (One Way) from Airport Palermo to Lo Stagnone OR from Lo Stagnone to Airport Palermo.
The history of Baglio Vajarassa
Due to its central location in the Mediterranean, Sicily has always been of great importance. For seafaring and trade, the port cities of Sicily were a strategically important base. This made Sicily a sought-after destination for conquerors who after a successful conquest often stayed on the island, mingling with the local population and leaving their mark on the culture. Sicily was mostly governed from afar by the respective conquering nation. Only island was rarely politically independent. Between the 16th and 18th centuries, Sicily was dominated by Spain. The population had a high grain requirement. Thus, the Sicilian government granted the "Licentia populandi" - a permission for selected nobles to set up, settle and farm small village settlements in the then uncultivated land.
At that time, the chosen barons built "Baglios" (or Sicilian "Bagghius") - these were certainly fortified farms with a large courtyard on a large estate. On this farm lived the landowner himself, but also the farmers who worked here either seasonally or all year round. Therefore, the Baglio had to have numerous shelters for its inhabitants, but also stables for the animals and deposits for grain. The influential Agata family was known for its wine production (especially Grillo) and owned the entire coastal area of the Spanish part of the island. The family was therefore nicknamed "Vajarassa" - literally "fat cow", which was often given to wealthy people. So the Baglio Vajarassa, built in the early 800s, got its name. Until 1990, the Baglio was home to wine production until the villa became a guest house. Today, direct descendants Marina Agate and her husband Salvatore welcome you to Bed & Breakfast Villa Baglio Vajarassa.Visit the Baglio Vajarassa
Villa Vajarassa Map
The villa is not located directly at the kite spot but around 15 minutes away in the south of the lagoon, surrounded by well-tended vineyards. The easiest way to get to the spot is with your hired car. There’s free parking behind the villa, which is located on the route to Marsala. It’s only 15 minutes to the small, picturesque old town of Marsala, which is definitely worth visiting.
In Marsala you'll find many excellent restaurants, unbelievably delicious ice cream and a lively night life at the weekend. The Trapani airport in the north is only 15 minutes away as well. A good restaurant is a mere eight minutes away, and one of the region’s finest ice cream shops is only a five minutes’ drive. Information on other accommodation, including closer to the spot, is available from our travel partners.
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Double Room Tramontana
The “Tramontana” is the largest room and is located on the first floor. It has a double bed (one mattress measuring 160 x 190), a daybed and a bathroom with a washbasin, WC, bidet and shower. From the balcony, you have a fantastic view of the vineyards and the lagoon. The room features traditional Sicilian tiles.There is enough space for two baby cots.
he “Scirocco” double room has a bedroom with a double bed (one mattress measuring 160 x 190), a small vestibule with a small kitchen and a bathroom with a washbasin, shower, bidet and WC. The room is located on the ground floor with access from the common room. From here, you have a view of the vineyards in the direction of the lagoon.This double room has sufficient space for either two baby cots or a baby cot and a child’s cot.
Double Room Austro
The “Austro” double room is on the first floor. It has a double bed (one mattress measuring 160 x 190) and a bathroom with a washbasin, WC, and shower. The room features beautiful Sicilian tiles.There is no space for an extra cot.
Double room Greco
The “Greco” is located between the first floor and the roof. It has a double bed (one mattress measuring 160 x 190) and a bathroom with a washbasin, WC, and shower. The room has wood panelling in white. From here, you have access to the roof terrace with a fantastic view of the vineyards and the lagoon.There is enough space for one baby cot.
Double Room Maestro
The “Maestro” double room is on the first floor. It has a double bed (one mattress measuring 160 x 190) and a bathroom with a washbasin, WC, and shower. From the balcony, you have a fantastic view of the vineyards and the lagoon. The room features lovely Sicilian tiles.There is enough space for one baby cot.
There is one other room. Single room "Ponente" awaits you in the second floor. Pictures will be available soon.
All prices include breakfast (buffet), cleaning at departure, no room service/no daily cleaning.
Ask the team
Station manager Jonny and office manager Inga will gladly answer your questions about the center, the spot and the actions on site. They also have detailed insider knowledge about the region.
If you need a complete package of flights, transfers, accommodation and kite services, please fill out the form on the right and we are happy to arrange your personal offer.