Emanuela was in regular contact. We arranged a meeting place and were promptly met and taken the few yards to the villa. The photos don't do it full justice. The pool is to the rear, it is in the sun all day. The garden and shaded area is to the front of the building with a lovely terrace. The kitchen extends front to rear. There was a lovely bowl of fruit to welcome us and bottles of water chilling in the fridge. Luckily one of our group speaks very good Italian as the lady who met her spoke little English. She explained how the security gates worked and also the locking of all the doors. One of the bedrooms was down a winding staircase, not suitable for the very young or old. The mattress was of a blow up variety which may not also suit. But there are three bathrooms, one per bedroom, and a spare in the garden. The kitchen is quite well fitted, although the hob/grill had a sign saying please don't use. The nearest shop is a five minute walk away, it is not a budget shop but you can pick up the basics. Also within a short walk is a small beach/cove with a cafe, restaurant, boutique and a couple of other shops. Harry's bar seems to be a local meeting place and opposite is a quaint chapel. A car is a must as the nearest town, Palau is about three miles away and there are no footpaths, and it can be quite warm. The supermarkets are here too.
There are many lovely places to eat and much to do in the local area, the market on a Friday by the marina.
A visit to the islands opposite make a welcome break from sun worshiping and resting around the pool.
If there was anything that would have improved our stay, a couple of minor thing, perhaps a folder with essential information, both personal to the villa, like how to turn the hot water on and local info would help. The doors opened with many different keys, which made locking up a slow job. We also had a small issue with blown fuses, but Emanuela soon had this sorted.