Where to sleep within the province
Villaggio Agrituristico Campanio
The holiday farm village offers its guests the typical flavours of the traditional cooking of the Monti Iblei with zero km ingredients.
Contrada Campanio sn, Ferla (SR)
45.72 Kilometers from Marzamemi
Borgo del Carato
Romantic place with a fascinating history, a farm house in Sicily suspended between sea and countryside, a few km from Palazzolo Acreide
S.S. 124 Km. 97 - 96010, Palazzolo Acreide (SR)
41.18 Kilometers from Marzamemi
Hotel Colle Acre
Colle Acre Hotel is located within an area of tranquillity, in Palazzolo, a city included in the prestigious World Heritage List UNESCO.
VIA GIUSEPPE CAMPAILLA SNC, 96010 , Palazzolo Acreide (SR)
40.83 Kilometers from Marzamemi
La Mela di Venere Farmhouse
La Mela di Venere is a delicious organic farm nestled in the Iblea countryside of Palazzo Acreide, a few kilometers from Syracuse
C.da Fondi Vecchi/Famelio - 96010, Palazzolo Acreide (SR)
37.27 Kilometers from Marzamemi
Other destinations nearby
The village of Ispica is located in Sicily in the Val di Noto.
Ragusa - 19.43 KM from Marzamemi
Ortigia is the island that constitutes the oldest part of the city of Syracuse, Sicily.
Siracusa - 38.68 KM from Marzamemi
Palazzolo Acreide, in Sicily, is a village not only to visit but to live.
Siracusa - 40.4 KM from Marzamemi
The village of Giarratana rises on the slopes of Mount Lauro, in Sicily.
Ragusa - 44.61 KM from Marzamemi
Ferla is a small village in the province of Syracuse, but, above all, it is a small and splendid pearl of the Val di Noto.
Siracusa - 44.8 KM from Marzamemi
NOTE: distances are set as the crow flies.
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