Villa Mamma Lucetta is located just on the waterfront of the isle of Plemmirio, an amazing natural reserve near Syracuse, with a private descent which leads straight to the rocks from where you can plunge directly into the sea.
Villa Mamma Lucetta is the perfect location from where you can find out the whole Eastern part of Sicily. The villa has each comfort such as air-conditioning and Wi-Fi, stunning and unforgettable views on the sea, a well-tended garden and many shaded corners surrounded by trees and colorful flowers. All is perfect to let you have wonderful dinners and moments.
The villa consists of two independent apartments which can be rented together or separately.
The principal apartment is located on two levels; the first level consists of a kitchen and a spacious living room with a fireplace. There is also a bathroom without shower but with washing machine. From brightly livingroom, you can access the large terrace, from where you can enjoy the stunning views on the sea. On the second level there are 2 double bedrooms, 1 twin and two bathrooms, one with a shower and one with bathtub.
Bedrooms (3) and Bathrooms (3): 2 double bedrooms on the second level ;1 twin bedroom on the second level; a bathroom with shower and a bathroom with bathtub on the second level; a bathroom on the first level
By Diego Barucco (Naturalistic guide, Writer, Photographer)
Closest Market: 0,5 km - Closest restaurant: 1 km - Closest Piazza (or center): 3 km’s
For us Siracusani, Plemmirio represents an uncontaminated coast, a Natural reserve and also the spot where took place the battle against Romans (II b.C.)
It is located at around 3 km’s away from Syracuse (photo), the wonderful and powerful town of the past (V b.C.). Here we can admire many impressive monuments of the past as, for instance, the Greek theatre, the Orecchio di Dionisio, the temple of Athena, whose columns, presently, are incorporated inside the Duomo, as aisles and the archaeological museum Paolo Orsi, the biggest and among the most important in the world.
Worth a visit also the museum of Papyrus.
Ortigia is the downtown of Syracuse and is a little island linked to the mainland through two bridges. It’s a unique place, nice and full of life and with a great outdoor market.
Piazza Duomo is the hearth of Ortigia but don’t forget to visit the fonte Aretusa (where still now Papyrus grows), and to have a walk along the promenade.
15 km’s away here it is the capital of Baroque style in the world: Noto.
Close by Noto here it is Vendicari, a sort of paradise for birds, birdwatchers, sea lovers, naturalists, archaeologists …
Another great naturalistic site is Cavagrande del Cassibile (photo, 15 km’s), a canyon with lakes, gorges and many ancient settlements carved on the rock.
Do you want to see 5.000 tombs carved on the rock, an underground river and a lush forest? Welcome to Pantalica (Unesco's), 40 km's away
Etna, the biggest volcano in Europe (3.300 meters) is 60 km’s away.
Just a last tip: have a pizza or a fish meal in Ortigia.
And don’t forget to taste the granita for breakfast!
The electricity is included up to a consumption of kWh 200 per week. Beyond that limit it will have a cost of € 0,40 per kWh.
Damage deposit to be paid locally: € 300
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.