Located in Trecastagni, Etna Dimora dei Saponari is a villa dating back to the beginning of the 20th century, so called because in ancient times soap was produced inside it. It has recently been completely renovated, but leaving intact the typical Sicilian touches such as color and the traditional wood-burning oven.
Cozy and bright, it has three bedrooms, entrance hall, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, TV, air conditioning and independent heating and a large courtyard with deck chairs and umbrellas.
The Villa is the ideal solution for those traveling with the whole family.
Easy to reach and strategically positioned halfway between the Etna volcano and the sea, Trecastagni is an ideal starting point to visit the main tourist realities of the island, such as the baroque cities of Catania, Acireale, Noto, Ragusa Ibla and the archaeological sites of Syracuse, Ortigia and Agrigento.