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Scicli: Holiday homes and holiday apartments

The Baroque jewel Scicli lies in the southeast of Sicily. Due to its fanciful buildings and beautifully laid out plazas, the small town is a World Heritage Site. The nature reserve Irminio in the municipality of Scicli offers intact nature as well as wonderful beaches with dunes.

 

Scicli: Holiday homes and holiday apartments

The Baroque jewel Scicli lies in the southeast of Sicily. Due to its fanciful buildings and beautifully laid out plazas, the small town is a World Heritage Site. The nature reserve Irminio in the municipality of Scicli offers intact nature as well as wonderful beaches with dunes.

Dream holidays aspect you in our Scicli holiday homes and holiday apartments

Baroque beauty at the intersection of three ravines

Scicli is located in the southeast of Sicily at the intersection of three ravines. In 1693, the small country town was completely destroyed by a devastating earthquake – and rose renewed in Baroque splendour. Due to its fanciful buildings and beautifully laid out plazas, the UNESCO nominated Scicli World Heritage Site.

Urban district Donnalucata

Donnalucata is an urban district of Scicli. The people here still live mainly on farming and fishing. Our tip: when visiting the local fish market, you will get to know the land and the people!

Further information about Donnalucata...

Wide sandy beaches and the nature reserve of the river Irminio

Not only vacationers interested in culture get their money's worth in the area around Scicli. Water bugs will find fantastic conditions at the wide sandy beaches between Portopalo and Scoglitti.

Riserva del Fiume Irmino has been named after the river which meets the sea between Marina di Ragusa and Donnalucata.

Beaches with dunes, at which you can also enjoy bathing, the typical "macchia mediterranea" and rare species of animals – that is the charm of the nature reserve.

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Our accommodations at Scicli


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Our accommodations are located near Scicli, at Donnalucata and Sampieri.