Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 3km

It overlooks the Roman baths of the Rotunda and is a short walk from the Roman Theatre and the Odeon, from the Benedictine Monastery, Via Crociferi, from University Square and Piazza Duomo.

It has recently been refurbished to as far as possible to bio-architecture (photovoltaic panels to paint bio).

For reasons of sustainability in consumption are preferred fans to air conditioners.

The Geco Errante is not suitable for pelandroni (it is located in the acropolis, on the second floor of a building no lift) and those who just can not give up the TV in the bedroom, the dishwasher and the microwave.

In short, it is a place for responsible travelers.

It has 2 large double bedrooms and a single room, with possibility of three extra beds (single), for a total of 8 beds. It has two bathrooms, TV, living room with kitchenette and a terrace with a table tennis, in common with the owners.

The apartment is delivered clean, with linen on request, and at the end of the period must be returned in the same condition.

The price is € 450.00 a week.

It 'a discount of € 50 on the weekly price for those who are self contained with linen and towels.

In 'hypothesis of stay of less than a week, adults pay € 25 per night and

children aged four to thirteen 20 euro.

Children under four years not pay

The minimum is still 75 euro per night (evaluated on a group of at least three people).

Final cleaning is charged to the user.

Size Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach 3 km
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 3 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Fontanarossa 5 km, 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General TV, Table tennis, Wi-Fi available
Standard Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (2)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Bicycles available

The Sicily region

Sicily is a region extraordinarily rich in natural beauty. On the island there are in fact five regional nature parks (

Monti Sicani, Nebrodi, Etna, Madonie, Alcantara River) and many natural reserves, marine protected areas and wetlands covering a total of 10.5% of the territory of the region.

The longstanding presence of man in Sicily has also made so that the island is full of places of archaeological interest. This is a short list of archaeological sites divided by province:

- Agrigento: Valley of the Temples, Eraclea Minoa, Monte Adranone.

- Caltanissetta: Vassallaggi, Sabucina, Gibraltar Gabel, Gela (Acropolis, fortifications, baths and store greek).

- Catania: Hill volcanic Paternò, Pietralunga, Civita, Adranon, Occhiolà, Mount Turcisi, Xiphonia.

- Enna: Morgantina and the barn, Villa del Casale, Centuripe, Fondaco Cuba Catenanuova.

- Messina: Alesa Arconidea, Naxos, villa Patti, Tauromenium, Terme Vigliatore, Tyndaris.

- Palermo: Addaura Cave, Caves Gurfa, Iaitas, Entella, Himera, Hippana, Solunto.

- Ragusa: Ispica Cava, Cava Lazzaro, Castiglione, Kamarina, Kasmenai, Kaukana, Scornavacche.

- Syracuse: Akrai, Quarry Rivettazzo, Cozzo Collura, Eloro, Megara Hyblaea, Neapolis, Pantalica villa Tellaro, Thapsos Casmene, Leontinoi.

- Trapani: Cave of Cusa, Uzzo Cave, Lilybaeum, Mozia, Segesta, Selinunte.

In short, a region that is absolutely necessary to visit.


Catania has a population of 290,571 inhabitants and is the capital of the province of Sicily.

The city of Catania is one of 15 metropolitan Italian cities and is the most densely populated part of Sicily. It is the tenth Italian city by population.

Founded in 729 BC Greeks from Chalcis, has a long history, characterized by various rulers, whose remains today enrich the artistic, architectural and cultural heritage.

In the course of its history has been destroyed several times by volcanic eruptions (the most impressive, in historical times, is that of 1669) and earthquakes (the most catastrophic remember were those of 1169 and 1693).

The baroque style of its historic center was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with seven towns of the Val di Noto (Caltagirone, Militello Val di Catania, Modica, Noto, Palazzolo Acreide, Ragusa and Scicli) in 2002.

It 'a lively, sometimes chaotic city, characterized by a baroque center, in which are embedded the remains of the greek-roman domination.

In the historical center there are also two famous street markets: the colorful fish market called Pescheria and the lively Fera 'o Luni.

In the evening the center is animated by many pubs and restaurants where it is easy to eat cheaply typical specialties of Sicilian cuisine.

Catania is also the perfect place to hold brief but intense trips to the beach of Acicastello and Acitrezza or the highest volcano in Europe, Mount Etna.

From Catania is possible to reach easily Syracuse, with its important remains of Greek domination, and the beautiful natural reserve of Vendicari. A few kilometers from Vendicari there is Noto, important testimony of Sicilian Baroque.