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Casale Spinazzella rises in PANORAMIC POSITION, between Donnalucata and Marina di Ragusa, in the southeastern section of the Sicilian coast. Near the border with the Natural Reserve of the Irminio River, the property is 800 meters from the nearest BEACH 'Playa Grande', where the fine golden sand and crystal clear sea will conquer you at first sight.
The house is part of several acres of private land that will give you the feeling of being immersed in the typical landscape of the Sicilian countryside, with the deep blue of the SEA VIEW always on the horizon.
The house takes its name from the Spinazzella where it is located. The structure, dating back to mid-nineteenth century, was originally a rural estate, which retains the traits and characteristics of white stone walls, with their considerable thickness, helping to keep the interior cool even during summer days sultry.
Casale Spinazzella has 5 APARTMENTS HOUSES, each with its own entrance, large PRIVATE TERRACE (30sqm) with wooden roof and green grass.
EACH APARTMENT, fully furnished in a simple and practical, spread over 2 floors with a total of 75 square meters. On the ground floor is the fully equipped kitchen (microwave, fridge-freezer and TV) and the laundry-utility room with washing machine, toilet and stack. Upstairs there are 1 BEDROOM with double bed, 1 BEDROOM with 2 single beds (that on request can be combined to form a double bed) and 1 bathroom with shower.
On TERRACE guests can relax, surrounded by the scents of TYPICAL VEGETATION OF SICILY pines, oleander, jasmine, palm trees and colorful boungavilleas. There is also a common and SOLARIUM SHOWER EXTERNAL, we ask you to use the return from the beach to remove excess sand.
On the back of the house, every apartment has an OPEN SPACE of exclusive, equipped with garden furniture and BBQ AREA, where you can enjoy succulent grilled at the end of a busy day at the beach.
Most COAST RAGUSANO is characterized by extensive sandy beaches, rarely interrupted by rocky areas. The sand is fine and golden, the water clear, while the seabed is low for several meters. Only 800 m from Spinazzella Casale is the beautiful beach of Playa Grande, and are a short drive to the beaches of Marina di Ragusa (5 min.), Pozzallo (about 20 min.) And Santa Maria del Focallo (30 min. ), which received the "Blue Flag" in recognition of the crystal clear waters and the beaches of Donnalucata (about 5 min.), Cava D'Aliga (about 10 min.), Sampieri (about 15 min.) and Punta Secca (about 15 min.), made famous by the television series Inspector Montalbano. Access to beaches is free everywhere and swimmers can rent chairs and umbrellas at the typical chalet, as the lido Pata Pata Sampieri and the lido Maganu between Marina di Modica and Pozzallo, equipped with bar-restaurant and other services.
The MARINA Marina di Ragusa, recently built, offers an infinite variety of boats, ships and yachts, and it is the perfect place for a romantic sunset walk. Location of interest
Since 2002 some municipalities of VAL DI NOTO, including Modica, Ragusa and Scicli, all united by historical centers in Late Baroque style, became a World Heritage Site and registered in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
MODICA is made up of two towns, the oldest (Modica Alta) perched on top of the Iblei Mountains and the other (Modica Bassa), rebuilt further downhill after the 1693 earthquake. The most interesting monuments are the Cathedral of San Giorgio and the Church of San Pietro, that does not overlook the streets, but on the impressive and spectacular staircases, modeled on the slopes of the hills. At night, the glowing of yellow gold, gives the country the appearance of a live nativity scene, observed from various viewpoints.
DUBROVNIK, once known as Ibla, is built on three hills separated by a deep valley. After the earthquake of 1963, two have become the centers, one rebuilt on the old medieval layout (Ragusa) and other higher (Ragusa Superiore), where there is the modern part of the city. A Ragusa hits the baroque splendor of the central streets, where the palaces of the nobility assumed the function of representation and had to demonstrate the economic and social power of the owning family, through the richness of the facades and the sumptuousness of the balconies. The latter are characterized by being supported by gargoyles representing fictional characters. Worthy of particular attention are Cosentini Palace (entrance of Ibla) Palazzo Zacco (in the city) and Palazzo La Rocca (in via Captain Bocchieri). Do not miss a visit to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the wonderful church of San Giorgio.
At 15 kilometers from Dubrovnik, is the Castle of Donnafugata, built around 1860, in the neo-Gothic family Arezzo De Spucches. It looks like a fortified manor house with 122 rooms, spread over 2500 square meters, and a magnificent 8-hectare park, where there are hundreds of plant species, formal gardens and a Sicilian citrus grove. Donnafugata is one of the best known examples of a custom built residences of the aristocracy of the island to spend the long months of summer heat wave. The residence is now possible to visit about twenty rooms of the main floor decorated with period furniture.
SCICLI, jewel of the late Baroque Sicilian, covers a wide plain at the confluence of three narrow valleys called "cave": that of San Bartolomeo, the Santa Maria la Nova and the torrent of Modica. Indispensable a walk on Via Francesco Mormino Pen, characterized by paved and overlooked by sumptuous palaces of the eighteenth century, built employing the local limestone, which gives the context harmony of shapes and colors. Other highlights: Palazzo Fava, Palazzo Spadaro and Palazzo Beneventano, one of the most original Baroque monuments of the province. The town hall in Renaissance style, dates back to the early twentieth century and is now also known as the seat of Commissioner Montalbano, in television transposition of the lucky character born from the pen of Andrea Camilleri. Various churches of artistic interest, such as the Convent of the Cross, from the late Middle Ages, and the church of San Matteo, deconsecrated and now abandoned, which is visible from every corner of the country and reached by a long and tiring flight of steps, after which you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view from the top of Scicli, absolutely recommended at sunset.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£178|
I prezzi si riferiscono al singolo appartamento con un massimo di 4 persone. Un quinto posto letto può essere aggiunto con un costo extra che varia da € 20,00 a € 40,00 al giorno, a seconda del periodo. L'appartamento sarà disponibile dalle ore 16:00 in poi e vi chiediamo di lasciarlo alla partenza entro le ore 10:00.