This vacation house is located in the town of Pachino in the province of Syracuse, in a hilly area that slopes gently toward the sea in the southernmost of the three points of Sicily. It is located in a quiet area 2,000 meters from the sea and offers the opportunity to spend time relaxing between sea and natural beauties. The rooms are located on the mezzanine floor of a villa with garden and large veranda. The common areas welcome guests for breakfast, aperitifs, and provides them with a place to unwind. There is a TV room with big screen and games room with pool table and billiards, as well as spacious and comfortable verandas for relaxing after a day at the beach. For curious travelers and lovers of cultural and gastronomic itineraries there are a lot of interesting possibilities including: the beautiful Baroque town of Noto, Modica, Ragusa and Palazzolo, the Greek archaeological sites in Syracuse and the surrounding area. The uncontaminated nature is highlighted by the Vendicari islands (Capo Passero, Isola delle Correnti, Isola di Marzamemi) plant and wildlife sanctuaries that can be circumnavigated with boats and yachts which guests can rent. For those who want to relax on location there is the charming little village of Marzamemi (within the commune of Pachino) a traditional Arabic seafaring port, now equipped with marinas and nice facilities that welcome visitors with its picturesque streets and squares, great views, natural attractions and restaurants serving local culinary traditions. The accommodation consists of 5 bedrooms, 3 doubles with kitchen and bathroom (shower) and 2 double rooms with adjoining shared bathroom (bath and shower), hairdryer, tables, chairs bedside drawers and TV. Nearly all rooms have a spacious covered veranda area. There is wi-fi access for guests and a billiard room with 3 professional tables, table football and bar. The rooms are all air conditioned (air-conditioning in the rooms is extra and calculated separately). The apartment is located 100 km from Catania and 50 km from Syracuse.