|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Those people who want to stay near the centre, in the ancient district of Santa Maria la Nova, heart of the traditional religious feasts, in a warm and refined ambience. Near the main monuments of the town, it is ideal for a couple and allows to easily move and to reach the tourist places of the surrounding area.
The apartment, on the ground floor, set in a rocky cliff dominating the underlying quarry, rich in Indian figs trees, flowers and Mediterranean wild plants, enjoys a long balcony with beautiful view over the valley and the neighboring churches.
It is made up of a living area and a sleeping area.
The well-furnished modern wide living room offers a comfortable sofa bed.
The kitchen is equipped with gas cooking stove, fridge and microwaves.
A large double bedroom on a mezzanine floor.
A bathroom with shower.
The apartment is provided with TV, hot/cold air conditioning and washing machine.
The relax lighting and the limestone walls and floor give the ambience a very smart and exclusive design.
Outside there is a nice terrace with view, furnished to have alfresco lunch and dinner, shared with the next apartment’s guests (Pindaro).
Situated in the ancient and fascinating district of Santa Maria la Nova’s Church, it is close the historical centre of Scicli, in a silent and quite area overlooking a green valley, at the foot of San Matteo’s hill.
It stands on a pedestrian paved road, rich in charming landscape views, connecting the district to the centre of the town.
The apartment is 8 Km from the sea and the beaches of Donnalucata, 17 Km from Marina di Ragusa and near Modica (10 Km) and Ragusa Ibla (25 Km), pearls of the baroque style.
Pomelia Holiday Homes manages holiday homes, villas and apartments as vacation rentals in the province of Ragusa. Our accommodation facilities offer a very comfortable and relaxing stay. We provide a self-catering service including the cleaning of the apartment, the bed linen change and the support of our staff during the whole stay.
- Very new, in rustic style
- Set in a rock, with charming view
- Silent, a few steps from the centre of Scicli
Résidence correspondant tout-à-fait aux descriptions . Calme , vue et proche du centre. Aménagement parfait, tout y est pour passer un séjour agréable . Agence aux petits soins et détails tels que café, biscuits, eau etc à disposition dès' la arrivée . Collaborateurs de l'agence parlant parfaitement anglais et a l'écoute de leurs hôtes . Bref un séjour parfait que nous pouvons recommander chaleureusement. Emplacement idéal pour visiter les villes baroques de la Magnifique Sicile du Sud. Parking facile et non-payant. Restaurants et commerces proches
The municipality of Scicli extends over a vast plain within three quarries (Modica, Santa Maria La Nova and San Bartolomeo). It has very ancient origins, probably dating back to over three thousand years ago. The ancient city stood on the hill of St. Matthew, where you can still find the remains of the Castle of the Three Cantons and the area of Chiafura.
The presence of quarries and caves has encouraged the emergence of numerous rock dwellings. In addition to the prehistoric cave of Major, of particular interest are the settlements of the late Byzantine and Castellaccio Chiafura.
The city was colonized by the Greeks and Romans, which was followed by the Arabs.
Following the victory over the Saracens Ruggero d'Altavilla, in 1061, began the conquest of Sicily by the hand of the Catholic forces that led, in 1901, the liberation of Scicli by the Saracens. It is said in this regard, the miracle that brought Madonna Horse, Madonna of the Militia said later, to help the people to defeat the Saracens. In the locality of the event was built the church of Our Lady of Milici and the battle is, so far, recorded with the Feast of the Militia, one of the main attractions of folk Scicli.
After the domination of the Swabians and the Angevins later, which led to the famous revolt of the Sicilian Vespers, the Aragon was born in the County of Modica and Scicli was part of this estate. The plague of 1626 forced him to move downstream sciclitani abandoning the Colle di San Matteo. Following the earthquake of 1693, the town of Scicli was rebuilt in baroque style. The eighteenth-century monuments of high historical and artistic value, have been recognized as World Heritage.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
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