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Casa Alessandro
holiday home Italy self Italy Sicily Catania Siracusa Casa Alessandro
self catering villa / rental villa / holiday rental / vacation villa
Italy - Sicily - Catania - Siracusa


Avola – port Syracuse 16 km – Noto 40 km – airport Catania 70 km – golf course 43 km – sandy beach 6 km – rocky beach 50 m

4 persons – 70 sqm – air conditioning in the bedrooms – terrace

ground floor: 1 living room – 1 fully equipped open plan kitchen – 1 double bedroom with shower/WC ensuite – 1 twin bedroom – 1 bathroom with shower/WC – 1 covered terrace – 1 external shower
rent a villa on the sea self Italy Sicily Catania Siracusa Casa Alessandro
An air of Mediterranean magic surrounds Casa Alessandro, situated in the midst of lush local vegetation with cacti, palms, agaves and oleander, near Syracuse. Five vacation homes are located side by side with a distance of 10 - 20 m. Casa Alessandro is set in prime position directly on the edge of the rocky coast line and it offers splendid views of the sea. Anyone who loves snorkelling, diving and bathing will savour the luxury of this complex. Guests have direct access to the rocks and sea from the houses themselves. Equipped with all modern comforts like air conditioning in the bedrooms and LCD television, one house is suitable for 4 persons. The furnishings are colourful, tastefully accentuated by occasional ethnic pieces. The large terraces offer a captivating view of the sea. For those who are interested in culture, the surrounding area has plenty to offer. For example, the baroque pearls of Syracuse and Noto are wonderful historical sites but also perfect for those interested in theatre and other cultural events. Shopping facilities and restaurants can be found in immediate vicinity. An extra fee of 50 € (payable upon arrival) will become effective, if the arrival is not on a saturday.
self catering home self Italy Sicily Catania Siracusa Casa Alessandro
At a glance:
baby bed/cot: on request - oven - electric iron - hair dryer - deep freezer - dishwasher - BBQ - pets: NOT allowed - heating - highchair: on request - air condition - sea view - microwave - mosquito nets: in all rooms - SAT/cable-TV - TV-Flatscreen - washing machine - Wi-Fi
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Rental price in EURO per house per day:
2-4 Pers.
21.12.13 - 04.01.14
: 166,00
04.01.14 - 19.04.14
: 116,00
19.04.14 - 28.06.14
: 151,00
28.06.14 - 02.08.14
: 210,00
02.08.14 - 30.08.14
: 290,00
30.08.14 - 27.09.14
: 151,00
27.09.14 - 20.12.14
: 116,00
20.12.14 - 10.01.15
: 151,00
10.01.15 - 28.03.15
: 120,00
28.03.15 - 11.04.15
: 155,00
11.04.15 - 02.05.15
: 120,00
02.05.15 - 27.06.15
: 155,00
27.06.15 - 01.08.15
: 215,00
01.08.15 - 29.08.15
: 301,00
29.08.15 - 03.10.15
: 155,00
03.10.15 - 19.12.15
: 124,00
19.12.15 - 09.01.16
: 155,00
     

extras: air condition and heating each 70 € per week
damage deposit: 300 € payable on site
service included: cleaning service on saturdays
to book optionally: shopping service and transfer on request
additional information: if arrival not on saturdays: 50 € surcharge



Catania
There is probably no other region in Italy that is as rich in history, culturally important and scenic as Sicily. Many important cultures have left their marks here, for example the Greeks, whose temples can still be seen all over the island. Romans, Arabs and Normans, too, had an influence on the island and it's inhabitants. Today, Sicily is a popular holiday destination, not only because of it's beautiful landscape and long sandy beaches. The region around Catania, which is the second largest town of the island, is especially well-known. The town's landmark, the elephant fountain, and the Piazza del Duomo are very impressive. The Etna, which the Sicilians call the "mountain of mountains", is quite close to Catania. For naturelovers and hikers, the area around the vulcano is like paradise. Driving along the coast from Catania to the north, one passes the enchanting town of Taormina and then reaches Sicily's north-eastern part. There lies the important seaport of Messina, from where it is only a distance of a few kilometers to the Italian mainland. The capital of Sicily, Palermo, which was founded by the Phoenicians, is located on the northern coast. The Old Town with the Normans's palace, the Cappella Palatina and the Archeological Museum is well worth seeing. A trip to Monreale, from where one can enjoy fantastic views of the bay of Palermo, or to Cefalù, a small town with well-preserved medieval structures, is also worthwhile. In the north-west, around the nice town of Castellamare del Golfo, one will find beautiful sandy beaches. The famous Valle dei Templi is located close to Agrigento at the southern coast. It is part of the UNESCO world heritage and is an impressive evidence of ancient Greek architecture. The countryside of the island, too, has a lot to offer. The village of Pietraperzia, for example, attracts many visitors with it's famous library.

Getting there: Scheduled or charter flights to Catania and rental car; own car