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HOTEL LA CORTE DEL SOLE – Sicily

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Best Hotel in Sicily in Italy. Countryside with Seaview

Sicily has some of the best hotels located within the countryside and an amazing seaview.

Welcome to the countryside with a seaview.  Antica Masseria La Corte del Sole, a place of charm and relaxation in the heart of the Val di Noto, is one of the best hotels in Sicily to offer both elements. Surrounded by the beauty of the landscape Oasis of Vendicari with its golden beaches and crystal clear waters.
A team of 24 people will welcome you to make you feel at home and make your special Sicilian days.

(….)” Sicily has long been a crossroads and crucible of Mediterranean culture, and the island today is a fascinating palimpsest in which Greek temples, Norman churches and Baroque palazzos emerge from the rich fabric. But it also has natural wonders aplenty, from the smoking craters of Mount Etna to the still relatively undiscovered beaches of the southern coast.

With parts of the island on the same latitude as the North African coast, Sicily has a mild climate that makes it an attractive destination for much of the year: spring and autumn are sheer delight and though high summer (July, August) temperatures really do soar, sea breezes in coastal areas take the edge off the heat.(…)

(…) Bear in mind that Sicily has a much longer warm-weather season than northern and central Italy. If you’re lucky, it’s possible to sunbathe and swim in the sea well into November, and spring starts early: in many areas, the ground is carpeted with wild flowers at the end of February. (…)

(…) You’re spoiled for choice: the historic cities of Palermo, Catania and Siracusa, the Etna region with its volcanic landscapes, fertile wine country and picture-perfect Taormina; Ragusa, Modica and the other honey-hued Baroque towns of the south; the Greek temples of Agrigento, Selinunte and Segesta; Roman sites like Piazza Armerina, miles of sandy beaches and secret rocky coves. And don’t get me started on the food – from the couscous of Trapani to the pastries of Noto, it’s a destination in itself. (…)

Extract from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/italy/sicily/

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Best Hotel in Sicily in Italy. Countryside with Seaview

Sicily has some of the best hotels located within the countryside and an amazing seaview.

Welcome to the countryside with a seaview.  Antica Masseria La Corte del Sole, a place of charm and relaxation in the heart of the Val di Noto, is one of the best hotels in Sicily to offer both elements. Surrounded by the beauty of the landscape Oasis of Vendicari with its golden beaches and crystal clear waters.
A team of 24 people will welcome you to make you feel at home and make your special Sicilian days.

(….)” Sicily has long been a crossroads and crucible of Mediterranean culture, and the island today is a fascinating palimpsest in which Greek temples, Norman churches and Baroque palazzos emerge from the rich fabric. But it also has natural wonders aplenty, from the smoking craters of Mount Etna to the still relatively undiscovered beaches of the southern coast.

With parts of the island on the same latitude as the North African coast, Sicily has a mild climate that makes it an attractive destination for much of the year: spring and autumn are sheer delight and though high summer (July, August) temperatures really do soar, sea breezes in coastal areas take the edge off the heat.(…)

(…) Bear in mind that Sicily has a much longer warm-weather season than northern and central Italy. If you’re lucky, it’s possible to sunbathe and swim in the sea well into November, and spring starts early: in many areas, the ground is carpeted with wild flowers at the end of February. (…)

(…) You’re spoiled for choice: the historic cities of Palermo, Catania and Siracusa, the Etna region with its volcanic landscapes, fertile wine country and picture-perfect Taormina; Ragusa, Modica and the other honey-hued Baroque towns of the south; the Greek temples of Agrigento, Selinunte and Segesta; Roman sites like Piazza Armerina, miles of sandy beaches and secret rocky coves. And don’t get me started on the food – from the couscous of Trapani to the pastries of Noto, it’s a destination in itself. (…)

Extract from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/italy/sicily/

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Address: Contrada Bucachemi- Eloro, 96017 Lido di Noto, Noto SR, Italy Phone: +39 0931 820210
County: Italy
State: Sicily
Zip: 96017
Country: Italy
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Property ID: 875

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