Elegant apartment in the historic center, in the heart of Siracusa, consisting of three double bedrooms for a total of six beds, a large living room with kitchen, two bathrooms, a utility room and a terrace.
The structure is equipped with a TV, Wi-Fi, refrigerator, oven, air conditioners, sheets, pillows, towels and washing machine.
The sea is a five minute walk, as well as the Marina of Ortigia, Piazza Duomo, Piazza Archimede, Arethusa Fountain.
Also very close to the famous and picturesque Ortigia market, supermarket, tobacconist, bars, pizzerias, restaurants, pubs, banks and post office.
Although it is an apartment completely renovated, inside of it you can still appreciate the corners of the wall in stone and ancient arches that make still perfectly breathable atmosphere and the taste of the classic.
Its location in the heart of Ortigia is ideal for reaching all points of historical and cultural heritage of the day and the most beautiful rooms at night.
For guests will be able to access the entire apartment and both me and any other member of staff we will be at your disposal for any problems or information.
L 'island of Ortigia is the oldest part of the city of Syracuse. Its name comes from the old "ortyx" greek which means quail. It is the heart of the city, the first to be inhabited in antiquity, thanks to its geographical position and the presence of water and springs.
As the whole of Sicily, Ortigia is also testimony of past centuries and populations that have occurred. Its territory tells of an ancient history that saw the arrival of the Greeks followed by the Romans, by the Swabians, Aragonese and by the Arabs.
Today visit Ortigia is like walking through history and admire its splendor, get lost among its small neighborhoods, revealing wonders.
The most famous areas of the island are: Bottari, Cannamela, Castle, Cathedral, Gancia, Giudecca, Graziella, Maestranza and Marina.
Among the most interesting things to see to find Ortigia Maniace Castle, the Temple of Apollo (VI century a. C.), the Duomo (Ionic temple VIII century b. C.), the Fountain of Artemis (1906), the Source Arethusa, Porta Urbica (VI-V century a. C.), the Palace of the Archbishop, the Church of San Martino, the Church of Saint Lucia to the Abbey, the Church of the Holy Spirit, the Palazzo Beneventano-del Bosco, the Palace of Mergulensi-Montalto, Porta Marina del '500, the church of St. Peter's Intra Moenia and the Church of St. John the Baptist.
The island has followed the times and it is also filled with restaurants, pizzerias and various places where you can spend some 'time in the company to enjoy the excellent Sicilian cuisine. Even a stroll along the promenade is an experience not to be missed.