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from € 224 per night

Minimum stay 3 nights

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Reviews

Stéphan

Magnifique villa, très bien située, bien équipée, très proche de la mer et d'une très belle plage de sable. Maison idéale pour une grande famille et pour se ressourcer entre deux visites de sites . September 2017
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Summary

A delightful house a short distance from a magnificent golden sandy beach and from the lighthouse of Puntasecca, famous for an Italian TV series called “Il Commissario Montalbano”. The interiors are tastefully furnished, with individually selected items that are representative of the old popular Sicilian tradition, revisited to allow the guest to enjoy true Sicilian hospitality. A hidden village will capture your emotions once you have crossed the threshold!

Property details

The entrance to the house opens onto an almost secret garden similar to a characteristic miniature sized Sicilian baglio equipped with spacious canopy and table ideal for breakfasts and dinners. The external veranda gives access to the sitting room with comfortable sofas, wood-burning fire and lunch table. Next to the sitting room is the characteristic Sicilian kitchen equipped with all the necessary utensils and accessories. The kitchen has two openings: one gives direct access to the veranda and external baglietto, the other opens onto a small external area with a green tree. This floor has two spacious double rooms and two bathrooms. A stairs takes to the first floor which features a bright and comfortable loft equipped with sofas where you can rest or read a book in silence. There are another two double rooms with comfortable bathroom on this floor.

Characteristics

  • authentic residence
  • near the beach
  • on the beach
  • near a village

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Prices

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3.bedrooms

From To per day
6 persons
per week
6 persons
Minimum
Stay
01-04 31-05 260 1820 3
01-06 14-07 280 1960 3
15-07 31-08 320 2240 3
01-09 30-09 280 1960 3
01-10 31-10 260 1820 3
01-11 15-11 240 1680 3

Closing:

  • from 15/11/2017 to 30/03/2018
  • from 15/11/2018 to 29/03/2019

Mandatory extra services to be paid on site

  • € 40.00 Final cleaning

Facilities

Wi-Fi Internet

Wi-Fi Internet

Log fire

Log fire

Washing machine

Washing machine

Free car park

Free car park

Ironing board and iron

Ironing board and iron

Hair dryer

Hair dryer

Satellite LED TV

Satellite LED TV

Area

Area

Punta Secca is a small fishing village, a hamlet of Santa Croce Camerina, in the province of Ragusa, Sicily. The village has a lighthouse a small port and an old watch tower, Torre Scalambri. The tower dates to the 16th century and is located beside the port. The ground floor of the Tower is now a bar from where you can enjoy beautiful seafront sunsets.
The town has gained renown as the fictional “Marinella” in the RAI TV series Inspector Montalbano, adapted from the “Cambridge” books of Andrea Camilleri’s "Inspector Montalbano" books. Many scenes are set in a house that faces onto the beach.
Travelling around the area
The beach is 1 minute away on foot from the villa. In 5/6 minutes on foot it is possible to reach the small port where you can buy fresh fish directly from the fishing boats at 17 and cook it at home. There are 4 good restaurants in Puntasecca which serve excellent dinners. There are two small supermarkets in the city centre, just 5/6 minutes away on foot from the villa. The villa is the ideal departure point for visiting beautiful UNESCO heritage sites like Modica, Noto, Siracusa and Ragusa, uncontaminated fine sandy beaches on the coast of Marina di Ragusa, Sampieri, Santa Maria del Focallo and of the Vendicari Nature Reserve. The elegant and charming cities of Sicilian Baroque such as Noto, Modica, Scicli and Ragusa Ibla and the archaeological sites like the Greek Theatre of Siracusa and the Valley of the Temples of Agrigento are also worth visiting. To finish, enjoy the delicious food and wine the area has to offer.

distances to surrounding areas

Distances

Amenities

100.00 m

Supermarket

200.00 m

Restaurant

300.00 m

Comiso Airport

30.00 km

Catania Airport

155.00 km

Main towns

Marina di Ragusa

7.00 km

Santa Croce di Camerina

8.00 km

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