SYRACUSE, SICILY (ITALY)

Mare turchese in una cornice
di città d'arte e siti archeologici

The Villa is surrounded by the Marine Protected Area of Plemmirio in Syracuse and by the Oriented Nature Reserve of Cavagrande , one of the most authentic and rich in surprises of Sicily.

A 400 metri da STAY IN ORTIGIA guest house troverete il parcheggio TALETE.

THE BAROQUE CITY
NOTO

Distante  pochi chilometri dalla Riserva di Vendicari, la cittadina di Noto è uno dei posti da non perdere nel vostro tour della Sicilia orientale.
Noto vi colpirà per i suoi monumenti e i palazzi storici,  per l’armonia delle forme, con una architettura urbanistica che rasenta quasi la finzione.

La Capitale del Barocco” e il suo centro storico è stato dichiarato Patrimonio dell’Umanità dall’UNESCO nel 2002.

THE STONE GARDEN
MODICA

The quantity of religious sites has given Modica the nickname of the city of a hundred churches, therefore a stop for those who love architecture and more.

Since 2002 it has been included among the sites UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a must for anyone visiting the Val di Noto .

Charm and tradition will lead you on a journey full of taste and beauty.

THE ETHNIC CITY
CATANIA

The Etnean city has a very strong Baroque imprint and the Cathedral of Sant'Agata , in Piazza Duomo, is a splendid example.

Visit the folk markets and stop to taste a granita or the other delicacies of the food and wine tradition of Catania.

SEASIDE VILLAGE
MARZAMEMI

Marzamemi is a very suggestive place and at any time of the day it can give you very different scenarios but all full of charm.

This small and charming seaside village of the city of Pachino is characterized by slow and relaxed rhythms.

Discovering a seaside village of suggestive beauty .

HER MAJESTY
ETNA VULCANO

Etna is an area of rare beauty. The largest active volcano in Europe dominates Catania and the other towns on its slopes. The craters , the stratified lava flows , the dark color of the earth and the white tuft of snow are a unparalleled natural spectacle .

"La Sicania lies in the gulf in front of an islet that is placed in the wavy Plemmirio, and by the ancients is called Ortigia by name. This island is famous for the fact that the Greek Alphaeus comes from Doride intact through the streets under the sea, finally from Arcadia through the mouth of Aretusa to mingle with the waves of Sicily ... "