30% Discount on all prices, as of now, April, 2012! Thanksgiving week will now be $4000/week. Wow!
Villa del Sole, which we built in 1992, includes two separate parts, three king-sized bedrooms on main floor, and one twin-bed down, four stunning bathrooms (three with outdoor showers), pool, well-organized kitchen for serious cooks, huge decks, gorgeous views, and a new gazebo perched above the house, with soaring views, a quick and easy walk (100 yards) to the Caribbean. Built in a Caribbean style, furnished with bright, wonderful colors and furniture, this is a place you'll feel quite at home with (wifi, music, cooking, best snorkeling on the island, restaurants nearby and plentiful!) Mahoebay turtles are often in view, as one can see by my own soncijo youTube underwater videos.
Owner is the author of Virgin Gorda: An Intimate Portrait
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Here we are, Joan and Mario. Joan wrote the well-known book, Virgin Gorda: An Intimate Portrait, telling about this wonderful island. They were married in 1993 on Virgin Gorda, and their love of the island is seen in the wonderful Villa del Sole. Recently, we built the gazebo, a simply wonderful spot for studies, morning coffee, evening cocktails, general view watching, especially the sunsets. Both have dual citizenship with Italy, where they spend almost half of the year. Italian ceramics are seen in the kitchens, both in Piccolo Sole, the independent, attached fourth bedroom, as well as in the main house. Joan is a cross-cultural psychotherapist/photographer and Mario is an engineer consultant, bringing in Italian companies to the US.
Joan Soncini purchased this villa in 1992
When we started dating each other, we both had a connection and passion for the Caribbean. We began to search for a place to buy. In January, 1992, we arrived in VG, having visited here (Joan) around 1967, and the two of us in 1990. Mario was reminded of the grottos of Italy, and he knew this was the place. What we didn't know was how the people of Virgin Gorda would give us the most wonderful of all attributes of this island, so well known for its beauty. Writing the book, published in 2007, gave us even a better way of knowing more people in an even more in depth way. We feel blessed to be here.
Friendly and wonderful people, gorgeous views, a special lifestyle of both home cooking, swimming, snorkeling or scuba, beach days, going out to terrific restaurants in a place where life is still quiet and charming, no neon lights. Music every night in the many places to visit and enjoy. Sunsets! Day trips to BVI islands or to the USVI islands.