Amazing Sicily villa 4 km’s away from Unesco’s Scicli and from the stunning beach of Sampieri, one of the most renowned location of the fiction Inspector Montalbano. The villa has a stunning panorama and is immersed in a Sicilian garden. In the outdoor you can find many lovely corners among the lemon threes, the vineyard, and other Mediterranean plants. The house and is totally built with the typical white limestone of this area of Sicily. It spreads on two levels. On the first one there is a fully equipped kitchen (with a pizza owen), a dining room, a large living room, a bathroom, and a big suite with a double bed and a single bed.The upper level displays a double bedroom, a twin and a marvelous terrace from where enjoy the ocean view. The pool area has a large solarium and a sauna.
Bedrooms (3) and Bathrooms (2): suite: a double bedroom on the ground floor; a single bedroom on the ground floor; a bathroom (shower) on the ground floor; a double bedroom on the first floor; a twin bedroom on the first floor; a bathroom (bathtub) on the first floor.
By Mario La Rocca (Journalist, philosopher)
Closest Market: 5 kms - Closest restaurant: 5 kms - Closest Piazza (or center) 5 kms
I live in the most beautiful town in the word, a bit because it is said by the great novelist Elio Vittorini and a bit because it’s my homeland that I love for its naturalistic and artistic beauties and, most of all, for its landscapes, its light, its blue sea, its golden beaches!
Here you can find the so proverbial ospitality of the Sicilians: we live peacefully and in harmony.
Scicli, together with Modica (5 km’s away) and Ragusa (10 km’s) it’s a Unesco’s word site for Baroque style.
All the town its a masterpiece of what we could call the real Sicily, in fact Scicli is the spot for the well-known movie fiction Inspector Montalbano.
The via Mornino Penna is the hearth of the city and here is a beautiful Museo del costume.
Don’t forget to visit at least one of the three hills that overlook Scicli. You can go up to them walking through narrow alleys that recall the visitors a very ancient Sicily.
Inside the town have a visit to the Chiafura, a sort of ancient Scicli, with dwellings carved in the rock where once lived our great-grandparents
Our golden beaches are among the most famous in Sicily: Sampieri (5 km’s), Cava d’Aliga (5 km’s), Donnalucata (5 km’s) and Marina di Ragusa (8 km’s).
If you love nature this are my suggestions: Irminio river (5 km’s), the lakes of Cava Grande canyon (50 km’s) and the astonishing Vendicari a paradise for birdwatchers.
Two other Unesco’s, unmissable, masterpieces not so far: Syracuse (70 km’s), the capital of the Mediterranean in V b.C; and the famous Noto (50 km’s)
Another great site is Cava d’Ispica (20 km’s) where nature and archaelogy live together.
Our kitchen is very rich of recipes and still now our old women do it as it once was.
This is the menù I suggest you (with the kind permission of Mamma’s chef Silvana, of course): sea fruits, squid, sepia, mullet, pasta with swordfish, teste di turco (a typical Scicli’s sweet).
In Donnalucata (5 km’s) you will find a renowned outdoor fish market
Minimum stay 4 days (except July and August, 1 week). Changeover day: Saturday (unless different agreement with the owner).
The electricity is included up to a consumption of kWh 100 per week. Beyond that limit it will have a cost of € 0,36 per kWh.
Damage deposit to be paid locally: € 300
Check – in: from 2 p.m to 8 p.m
Check – out: within 10 a.m