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from € 257 per night

Minimum stay 7 nights

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Summary

This villa is located inland from the coast which faces onto the Marine Protected Area of Plemmirio. This stretch of coastline composes the eastern part of the Maddalena Peninsula a little south of the city of Siracusa. The house is just a few steps from the sea which is particularly clear in this area. The sea-beds are home to many types of fish and pelagic molluscs and have a rich and variegated flora including the vast prairies of Posidonia algae and several species of corals. The villa is immersed in a luxuriant Mediterranean garden where a large swimming pool is carved into the rocks. The upper floor of the house gives a breathtaking view over the sea.

Property details

The house stands in a garden of more than 3,000m², well-cared for by the owners, rich in tall Mediterranean plants that guarantee shade at any time of the day. The long and characteristic driveway lined with Washingtonia palm trees leads you to the stone house. Outside, there is a large area with a patio, barbeque and dining table. Facing it is a swimming pool which features the characteristic of being built in part with local stone. The garden has numerous corners in which to enjoy the cool shade offered by the tall pine trees. The ground floor of the house, slightly elevated with respect to the ground, is accessed through an external staircase. Inside, there is a spacious living room with a sofa bed (sleeps two) and two armchairs plus a dining corner. From here, on one side, you access a modern and functional kitchen and, on the other, a double room with bathroom and shower. Always from the living room, a comfortable staircase takes to the first floor which is the night zone, composed by a double room, a twin room and a bathroom with shower. On the ground floor there is the cool annex: a large 60m² loft with double bed, comfortable sofa, and kitchenette composed by electrical hob, sink in typical Sicilian stoneware, mini fridge and a small table with two chairs for a romantic breakfast. The annex is served by another modern bathroom with large shower. The entrance and windows of the annex (shaded by black-out curtains) face onto the garden of the villa.

Characteristics

  • authentic residence
  • seafront
  • near the beach
  • suitable for families
  • a spectacular view

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Prices

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Main house for exclusive use

From To per day
6 persons
per week
6 persons
Minimum
Stay
30-09 '17 05-01 257 1800 7
06-01 25-05 300 2100 7
26-05 29-06 371 2600 7
30-06 27-07 471 3300 7
28-07 24-08 543 3800 7
25-08 31-08 471 3300 7
01-09 28-09 371 2600 7
29-09 04-01 '19 300 2100 7
Deposit (payable in cash upon arrival)
300,00 €

Services included

  • Final cleaning
  • Sheets, pillow cases and bath towels
  • Consumption of water and gas
  • Consumption of electricity up to 300 kw. per week
  • Towels for the swimming pool

Optional extra services Available upon request with payment on site

  • Consumption of electricity greater than 350 kw. € 0.30 Kw. per hour
  • Extra final cleaning if necessary at owner's discretion € 50.00 flat fee
  • Rubbish collection service € 30.00 per week
  • Mid-week cleaning € 12.00 hour

Facilities

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Hair dryer

Hair dryer

Barbecue

Barbecue

Ironing board and iron

Ironing board and iron

Microwave oven

Microwave oven

DVD player

DVD player

Hi-fi with CD player

Hi-fi with CD player

Satellite LED TV

Satellite LED TV

Pool (LxWxH in meters) 12x6x1,20~2,20

Pool (LxWxH in meters) 12x6x1,20~2,20

Private parking under cover

Private parking under cover

Wi-Fi Internet

Wi-Fi Internet

Washing machine

Washing machine

Dishwasher

Dishwasher

Area

Area

The marine reserve of Plemmirio stretches south of Siracusa from Punta Castelluccio and Punta di Milocca passing through Capo Murro di Porco, which is the tip of the Maddalena Peninsula, a plateau with reaches a maximum level of 54m asl before sloping gently back down into the sea. Along its coast are enchanting caves, white cliffs and small sandy inlets. The protected sea is kept uncontaminated and the area is rich in different species of Mediterranean fauna that have disappeared elsewhere. It's an easy drive to the many beaches along the south-east coast in the direction of Portopalo di Capopassero, including those of the Vendicari Reserve. In addition to Siracusa and its archaeological park, there are many Sicilian Baroque towns in the area which are easy to reach such as Ragusa Ibla, Modica, Noto, Palazzolo Acreide, Scicli as well as the reserves of Pantalica and Cavagrande del Cassibile. Heading north, a one-hour drive will get you to Etna Park, the Gorges of Alcantara and Taormina.

distances to surrounding areas

Distances

Amenities

Sea

0.40 km

Supermarket

1.20 km

Restaurant

2.50 km

Beach

4.00 km

Golf course "Monasteri Golf Resort"

23.00 km

Catania Airport

70.00 km

Comiso Airport

120.00 km

Palermo airport

297.00 km

Trapani Airport

373.00 km

Main towns

Taormina

128.00 km

Messina

171.00 km

Agrigento

223.00 km

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