Mamma Caprifoglia is on 1st floor with a panoramic view. It can sleep 3 pax, has air conditioning and a living area 1 single bed, latex queen mattress (160x200cm), fully equipped kitchen (refrigerator, oven, stove, coffee machine, kettle), private bathroom with large shower, bedding and towels, Wi-Fi, flat screen television, Alexa, Netflix, Fire TV, books and guides. Children are welcome and for them we provide cot with changing mat, mosquito net and toys, high chair, socket cover, wooden toys and games, fairy tales and cartoon.
Bedrooms (1) and Bathrooms (1): a double bedroom on the ground floor; one single bed and a sofa single bed in the living area on the ground floor; a bathroom with shower on the ground floor.
Scicli is a baroque pearl in the southernmost area of eastern Sicily. Birthplace of the well-known painter Piero Guccione, who often portrayed its churches, coasts and sea in his paintings, it became the Vigata Commissioner in 1998, home of the TV series "Il Commissario Montalbano" and in 2002 a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The golden beach of Sampieri, a pretty seaside village, complete with a marina, cliff and the ancient Penna furnace overlooking the sea, is 5 km away and offers both free and equipped areas.
The historic center of Scicli is 6km far away, Ragusa is 18km away, Modica 11km away and Noto 34km away, while the nearest airport of Comiso is 28km away.
Many natural and artistic beauties, many culinary delights such as cannoli, arancini and Modica chocolate, all concentrated in a few km.
Minimum stay 3 days (except July and August, 1 week).
The electricity is included up to a consumption of kWh 70 per week. Beyond that limit it will have a cost of € 0,40 per kWh.
Damage deposit to be paid locally: € 200 to be refunded upon departure
When the customer cancels a reservation 60 days or more before the arrival date the owner will retain the half of the paid sum as a cancellation penalty charge.
When the customer cancels a reservation 59 days or less before the arrival date the owner will retain the whole of the paid sums as a cancellation penalty charge.