Studio in villa, with sea views, only 300 metres from the beach and 2 kms from the centre of Pozzallo. It is situated in the Grottelle zone, residential area of Pozzallo in the province of Ragusa. The Town is unique as it is beside the sea in the oriental south of Sicily. The sunny weather almost all year round allows you to take the sun on the beach, from April to October.
The Grottelle zone is composed of villas and expanses of uncontaminated grounds of Mediterranean trees like olive, carob and almond trees. Ideal vacation for the people who love the quiet, sea, beach and beautiful cultural and gastronomic excursions in the Noto Valley to discover the Sicilian Baroque, Syracuse, Etna Volcano, Island of Malta.
The studio, big 42 sq.m, accommodates 4 people, spacious and pleasant, furnished with style; it maintains a linear and clean style that allows you to feel at home. Endowed with a loft where there is a double room, ground floor, open space kitchen equipped with dishes, oven, refrigerator, laundry machine, iron and kettle. There is also a relaxing corner with a double sofa bed and satellite LCD television. The bathroom has a shower and is equipped with a hair dryer.
On the outside there is a marvellous veranda made of wood and endowed with a garden table and a barbecue perfect for al fresco dining.
The property has 1800 sq.m. of fenced garden with green grass and a beautiful sea view, well taken care of, composed of secular Mediterranean trees, the garden furniture and relaxing areas where you can have breakfast or alternate to the moments of quiet to read a book in the shade of a carob tree.
This location is recommended for families with children.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, Studio|
|Nearest beach||Pozzallo 300 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Catania Airport 120 km, Nearest railway: Pozzallo 3 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Further details outdoors|
Garden furniture is provided.
The garden is shared with the owners of the house.
The owners speak English and will provide information if required.
The Sicily has on of the most pleasant climates in Europe, and every season has its own attraction. The average temperature in the deep midwinter is of 10-12 °, and in sunny days it can be warm enough to walk around in a tee-shirt. In February the almond trees are in blossom. In March and April the wild flowers begin to bloom all over Sicily and on the coast the first bathers start taking to the waters (though the water is still bracing).
It's well worth a trip just to experience the Easter processions, bringing together religion, folklore and tradition. All over the island, in large towns and tiny villages alike, processions weave their way through narrow streets and piazzas until they finally arrive at the local parish church or Cathedral.
In May the temperatures are ideal for walking with the mountain slopes exploding in colour. In June the sea is warm but the beaches are still deserted, except during the weekends when the first Sicilians start to brave the waters. The fruit trees are laden with cherries, plums, peaches, apricots. In July and especially in August the coast is crowded but the beautiful areas of the interior (and a few "undiscovered" parts of the coast) are however relatively unfrequented.
In September there is the grapes harvest or "vendemmia", temperatures remain very comfortable and the island retains that summer feeling, but without the crowds.
October is one of the most beautiful periods for country walking with the vines turning to red and orange in the vast vineyards on M.Etna. In November often the temperatures stay in the high twenties during the day, even if it can rain (and rain is very welcome), though the big storms that often sweep the Italian peninsula generally pass safely to the north of Sicily. The oranges and mandarins season is starting. In December the temperatures during the day can still be extremely agreeable.
Pozzallo, with latitude 70 km under Tunis, is both one of the sunniest town in Italy and the town is one of only 4 cities in Sicily to have been awarded “Blue Flag of the year 2008”, title obtained for the beautiful beach, crystal clear sea, coast quality, environmental education, services and security measures.
The city offers you kilometres of beaches, which are the pride of the town, a lot of restaurants that cook Sicilian recipes typical of fresh fish, bars, pubs and shops that allow you to shop all year round, not least the brand new Pietre Nere Promenade, area of the city with a strong tourist attraction in July and August. The sunny weather almost all year round, allows you to take the sun on the beach, from April to October.
Trade and tourism Port allows you to make daily trips to Island of Malta by Catamaran “ferry boat” with distance journey of about an hour.
The rest of the year, the city is the ideal place to relax away from the chaos of the city. Friendly people will allows you to feel at home.
Main Tourist Attraction around Pozzallo:
Not too far from Pozzallo, stands the Noto Valley “Sicilian Unesco World Heritage”, comprise:
Noto 25 minutes far away: it is the main attraction of the Sicilian baroque art. Modica 15 minutes away: famous for the typical chocolate and 100 churches, Scicli distant 17 km: is rich of Baroque and Rococo art, which became famous for fiction Montalbano Commissioner, Ragusa Ibla, 28 km away. “The island of current “15 km away: it is the southern tip of Sicily, where you can admire the meeting between the Mediterranean Sea and the Ionian Sea.
Siracusa, 35 minutes away which you can visit Greek Theatre, Ear of Dionysus, and many attractions that the city can offer..
Camerina Archaeological museum: 35 minutes
Siracusa: 35 minutes
Malta island: 70 minutes
Catania: 75 minutes
Etna Volcano: 90 minutes
Taormina: 130 minutes
Agrigento Templi Valley: 180 minutes
Palermo: 180 minutes
Trapani: 180 minutes