Nestled in the hills of the Iblei Mountains, where fauna and flora still accurately reflect the ancient Sicilian tradition (ancient olive trees, carob, almond trees and vines) stands this old building, built in the first half of 1700 with mainly agricultural. It consisted of stables, millstone for processing grapes and trappeto for the processing of olives and therefore the production of oil. At the end of 1900 it was purchased by its current owner, who with care, dedication and an absolutely conservative renovation has restored it to its former glory. This holiday house totally immersed in nature also offers beautiful views of the Ionian Sea. The owners are artists who painted the pictures inside the house and they have also made all the stone work .It 's possible also visit the premises of Trappeto where you will find exposed the tools used in the work of the fields over the ancient millstone lava stone and the press. The structure has been treated in detail: history, style and practicality come together in perfect union. The area is much sought primarily for its white beaches and crystal clear waters. The house can accommodate up to 8 people, in a fully furnished and renovated environment that consists of 1 entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with shower and washing machine. The exterior is furnished with tables, chairs, umbrellas, hammocks, deck chairs and barbecue. The swimming pool and the parking are for the exclusive use of guests.
The location is amazing !!! Close to the cities of Syracuse and Noto and the Natural Reserves Cavagrande and Vendicari, known as World Heritage Sites and also famous for food and wine (Nero d'Avola). The house location is strategic and allows you to easily visit the Necropolis of Pantalica, the river Ciane (papyrus), Marzamemi (small town of fishermen of Arab origin), Palazzolo Acreide (Greek Theatre), Portopalo di Capo Passero, the Island of Currents, Modica (baroque), Scicli (Baroque) Ragusa Ibla (Baroque). Caltagirone (city of ceramics), the Etna park and Taormina.