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Chalet / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Those who want to combine bathing and culture during their holidays are in the right spot here. In these rural surroundings, you can leave behind everyday life and enjoy the Sicilian sun to the full.
During your stay at Villa Valeria, the sea is a stone's throw away: it is only 250 metres from your holiday home to the 10 kilometres of sandy beach, which are ideal for sunbathing, swimming and taking walks.
Villa Valeria is located in a cul-de-sac and surrounded by a garden of Mediterranean plants. The large roofed terrace of about 15 m² is the ideal place to share meals and sit together under the southern sun. After a long day at the beach, the outdoor shower will provide welcome refreshment.
Upon entering the ca. 65 m² Noto holiday home, you will find the spacious, light flooded kitchen-cum-living room, which is equipped with a full oven, among other things. The kitchen and living areas are separated by a beautiful round arch.
Furthermore, there are two bedrooms, a double and a twin. The bathroom of Villa Valeria is equipped with shower, WC and bidet.
The washing machine comes in very handy for lengthy stays. In the family friendly holiday home, you will also find a TV and a radio. The air condition with heating will provide for pleasant temperatures.
The cordial owning family of Villa Valeria speaks German fluently and will gladly provide advice during your stay on Sicily. Should your arrival airport be Catania, the owners will pick you up upon request for an extra of 70 Euro and take you to your Noto holiday home.
You can park your car on the fenced premises of the holiday home.
The nearest shopping facilities and a bar are to be found about 300 metres off.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Aeroporto Internazionale Fontanarossa Catania - Ae|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
The Sicily region
uring your stay at Villa Valeria, the sea is a stone's throw away: it is only 250 metres from your holiday home to the 10 kilometres of sandy beach, which are ideal for sunbathing, swimming and taking walks.
From the point of view of culture, this part of south-eastern Sicily has a lot to offer, too: do not miss out on visits to the late Baroque towns of Noto and Modica, which have been declared World Heritage Sites by the Unesco.
The nearby towns of Noto and Modica are fascinating due to their magnificent Baroque buildings and winding terraced alleys.
For those interested in culture, Ispica, only eight kilometres off, and Scicli with its rich buildings and nicely laid out squares are also worth visiting.
Those dreaming of long days at the beach will find perfect conditions at the wide sandy beaches between Portopalo, Santa Marina del Focallo and Scoglitti. At the nature reserve Riserva del Fiume Irminio you will find beaches with dunes at which you can alsoenjoy bathing. Typical „macchia mediterranea“ and rare species of animals make for the special charm of the nature reserve, too.
Ispica lies in the southeast of Sicily. The town, which was called Spaccoforno until 1935, owes its name to the nearby gorge – Cava d'Ispica. 13 km long, the latter ends at Ispica and up to the great earthquake of 1693, the settlement was actually located within it.
Located on a white limestone plateau and surrounded by a fertile landscape, Ispica, rebuilt, presents itself in baroque splendour.In the square of the same name, Basilicata Santa Maria Maggiore, its ceilings decorated with stucco and with frescos by Olivio Sozzi, is particularly worth a visit.
Those interested in culture should use the opportunity of visiting Mòdica, which is within a stone's throw. With its narrow terraced alleys and its successful integration into the wildly romantic landscape, Unesco declared the town World Heritage Site. The ruins of the castle with its conspicuously large clock tower are a striking eye-catcher. Scicli, located near the seaside, is also entitled to call itself “World Heritage Site” due to its fanciful buildings and beautifully laid out plazas.
Not only do those interested in culture get their money's worth. 'Water bugs' will find fantastic conditions at the wide sandy beaches between Portopalo, Santa Marina del Focallo and Scoglitti. Riserva del Fiume Irmino has been named after the river which meets the sea between Marina di Ragusa and Donnalucata. Beaches with dunes, at which you can also enjoy bathing, the typical "macchia mediterranea" and rare species of animals make for the charm of the nature reserve.
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