A large electric gate opens into the private parking area, which can accommodate up to five cars, and another gate leads into the garden of the villa. The two-storey villa has a total surface area of 320 sqm. The main entrance leads directly into the dining room and the large living room with sofas, fireplace and tv; a French window leads out to both the garden on the side opposite the main entrance and to the relaxation areas on the portico and the panoramic terrace. Also on the ground floor is a laundry area, a separate kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom with a shower. A large marble staircase leads up to the first floor with four bedrooms, one with a large terrace overlooking the sea, and two bathrooms, one with a tub and one with a shower.
The well-maintained park surrounding the villa extends for 1500 sqm and is mainly lawn with geraniums and bushes of pittosporum, here and there terracotta pots with colourful flowers; the side adjacent to the villa is paved in stone and sea sand. A large French window in the living room leads out to a corner portico where external living areas have been set up so that you can enjoy the shade of the tall, dense holm oaks. A French window leads out from the kitchen to the area of the garden in front of it where a pleasant outdoor area has been set up with table and chairs, sofa and armchairs and a brick-built barbecue. On the seaside of the park, and to the left of the villa, is a panoramic terrace covered, when necessary, by a large umbrella with a table and chairs, illuminated in the evening by lights, including a vintage floor lamp, so that guests can remain outside for dinner as well. The villa has private access to the sea, through a gate, and a private area on the natural cliff where sunbeds have been set up in the shade of a large awning. Close to the sea access, to safeguard privacy, a changing room and a solar shower have been constructed.