Villa Panoramica Noto is a nice holiday property with large swimming pool, in a superb panoramic position of Noto's countryside. Is featuring three bedrooms and three bathrooms and many nice amenities. A beautiful green is very well managed all around this nice villa.
Villa is composed by a Main building:
- Large living room with TV-set and double sofa-bed (available on request) - Large fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave and much more - Main double bedroom with matrimonial bed, with Air conditioned - Second bedroom with one single bed, with Air conditioned - First bathroom with jacuzzi - Second bathroom with services (no shower is available here).
Then we have the second building which is detached from the main building:
- Large double bedroom with living area, with Air conditioned - Fully equipped kitchen - Bathroom with shower and services.
Size: Sleeps up to 7, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach: Lido di Noto, 8km
Will consider: Corporate lets
Access: Car essential
Nearest amenities: 1km
Family friendly? Suitable for children of all ages
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes: May take pets - please enquire
Further details outdoors:
Villa Panoramica Noto is offering a very high standard of privacy, due to the particular panoramic position of this villa. In the outside are of this nice villa with pool is available a large barbecue, many seats all around the large garden and many places where to have a rest or read a book watching the beautiful panorama of the word famous Unesco site of Noto, knew also as the 'Town of Barocco'.
The Sicily region
Sicily will reward you with an intense bittersweet experience rather than anything lightweight and frothy. In Sicily it seems as though the sun shines brighter, the shadows are darker, and life is lived full on and for the moment. Overloaded with art treasures, undersupplied with infrastructure, Sicily possesses some baffling social topography.
Brace yourself to reconcile baroque architectural beauty in Catania with modern squalor in Palermo, artistic excellence with moral ambivalence and the rational with the sensual. This is an island to be visited with an open mind – and a healthy appetite; one factor remains a constant, and that is the uncompromisingly high quality of the cuisine.
After some 25 centuries of foreign domination, Sicilians are heir to an impressive cultural legacy, from the refined architecture of Magna Graecia to a beguiling, if contradictory, artistic fusion of Arab craftsmanship and Norman austerity. This complexity of culture is matched by a startling diversity of landscape that includes the smouldering Mt Etna, an aquamarine coastline with a tiara of Aeolian Islands and Parco Naturale Regionale Delle Madonie.
Today, Sicily’s new generation is loathe to remain trapped in the past. New ventures are seeing aristocratic entrepreneurs prising open the doors of some of Europe’s finest palazzi and villas, while sensitive agriturismi (farm stay accommodations) are shedding light on Sicily’s hidden rural treasures and national parks. Sicily also has a refreshing lack of neon-blazing entertainment and theme parks, which further helps preserve its individuality and appeal.
The Noto area
Knew as the Sicily's 'Baroque City,' Noto is in the province of Syracuse, in the south-eastern corner of Sicily. The town is located about 35 kilometres south west of the city of Syracuse. Old Noto was completely destroyed in the extremely violent earthquake that struck Eastern Sicily in 1693. The present site of Noto was rebuilt from scratch, and almost entirely in the Baroque style, the prevailing style of building in Sicily at the time.
Noto is a world heritage site and billed as the most attractive of the Baroque towns in south east Sicily.
- Cathedral of Noto - The Basilica stands on the summit of a magniloquent staircase consisting in three flights of steps dating back to the eighteenth century but restored at the beginning of the nineteenth century. The facade is closed off by two imposing bell towers and it is topped by two late eighteenth-century statues
- Via Nicolaci - Infiorata of Noto. Exhibition which attracts thousands of tourists every year, the third Sunday of May. A street covered with splendid mosaics made with flower petals, in a corner dream. The event was founded twenty-eight years ago, this new painting technique allows teachers infioratori to make a flowered carpet along the way Nicolaci.
Nearest Travel Links
Airport: Catania - Fontanarossa: 90 km
Railway: Noto - Stazione Ferroviaria: 3 km
We recommend coming by air and then asking for a private transfer. If you would like to have further information please feel free to contact us and we will do our utmost to help you.
By Plane from Catania Fontanarossa airport which is about 90 km away from Noto's city center.
By train - Nearest railway station is Noto which is about 3 km far from the villa. Regional trains come from every major town in Italy but are not very well linked to the Region. Regional trains are about each hour.
By Car coming from North (Catania/Messina) Driving on the A18/E45 toward south (direction to Siracusa), exit to Noto, then follow our routing.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event||Minimum Stay|
Nov 1 2013 - Dec 20 2013
Dec 21 2013 - Jan 10 2014
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.