Villa Siracusa

Very Comfortable  |  Villa  

Val di Noto & The South East  |  Syracuse

3 bedroom villa sleeps 6


A popular and excellent stylishly modern villa with views of the sea.

Set amid the beauty of a nature reserve just a short distance from the historical city of Syracuse, Villa Siracusa is a magnificent and contemporary four bedroom property boasting a range of modern comforts and breathtaking style. This villa sleeps up to eight people, making it the perfect property for families or groups of friends looking to base themselves in an exciting location in Sicily.

The bedrooms are split across two levels, with three double rooms and a twin room, all boasting en-suite facilities and a light and contemporary design. A large and open modern lounge with striking stone walls opens out into a sleek and shiny kitchen, where an adjoining dining area enjoys views into the verdant garden. Villa Siracusa still has a few more tricks up its sleeve, most notably in the form of an indoor sauna - the perfect place in which to relax before cooling down in the inviting swimming pool - and an outdoor hot tub, perfect for an evening soak. The outdoor area further comes into its own, featuring a dining table, sofas and various sunloungers from where you can enjoy a stunning sea view.

Syracuse is a fascinating city well worth exploring. From the grandeur of Piazza Duomo to the fascinating ancient Greek Temple, you’ll benefit from having one of Sicily’s most alluring destinations on your doorstep. 

The prices below are for three bedrooms only, if you would like to book the fourth bedroom: please call our reservations team for prices.


First floor: Large lounge with kitchen and dining area, double bedroom with en-suite facilities including shower and hydro-massage bath, double bedroom, shower room.

Ground floor: Sauna, shower room, Jacuzzi 3m x 4m - Dept min 0.50m - max 1m

Double bedroom with en-suite shower room can be opened up at an additional cost June - Sept.


Private pool (12 x 4m, 1-2m depth), Jacuzzi, sauna, external shower, barbecue, oven, two fridges, dishwasher, washing machine, CD & DVD players, two televisions, microwave, Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, parking. Private chef also available at a supplement.

Electricity is inclusive up to 200Kwh. Any usage above 200Kwh will be charged at €0.40 per Kwh and is payable locally.


  • Beach: By rocks 200m, sandy beach 6km
  • Restaurants: 800m
  • Shops: Syracuse 12km
  • Main town: Syracuse 12km
  • Airport: Catania 70km, Comiso 115km, Palermo 300km

About the Local Area


Syracuse, is the best known town in the south east region, and for good reason. It can be roughly divided into three parts, the modern town with its seaside promenades and broad avenues, the ancient Greek and Roman city at the foot of Monti Iblei and lastly, the island of Ortigia with its narrow streets, baroque churches and charming piazzas.


Fontane Bianche
One of the best beaches in the region, Fontane Bianche is 3km stretch of coast, 15km from the centre of Syracuse. With fine white sand, a gently sloping seabed and warm, transparent sea, it is very popular with families. Sunloungers and parasols are available for hire.

Vendicari, Noto
In the heart of Vendicari Nature Reserve lies an 8km stretch of golden sand dunes, lagoons, cliffs and hidden bays. There are no sunloungers, bars or water sports and no crowds. A truly wonderful place to swim and well-suited to families but be sure to take anything you might need including water with you. You might see the occasional flamingo!

San Lorenzo
A favourite beach in this area as it is stunning with beautiful clear, turquoise water and a gently shelving sandy beach which is great for families. Head for the section that is not owned by a particular hotel or resort, where there is a beach hut serving ice cream and drinks. This beach does get busy in peak season.


Greek Theatre Syracuse - Mid May to late June
One of Sicily’s most prestigious cultural events each spring is the Greek Theatre Festival. At sunset, in the evocative setting of this ancient amphitheatre, a classical Greek comedy or tragedy is performed, transporting audiences thousands of years back in time.

Infiorata di Noto, Noto - May
Italy’s best-known flower festival sees one of the baroque town’s main streets, Via Nicolaci, carpeted with a series of flower tapestries. The day after the festival finishes children enjoy running through the petals scattering them in all directions.

Festa della Fragola, Cassibile and Syracuse – April & May
A celebration of the first crop of strawberries held every year around the end of April/beginning of May.


Take a stroll around the enchanted cobbled streets of the island of Ortigia, stopping at bustling piazza’s and baroque churches along the way.

Piazza del Duomo
Spend an evening at Piazza del Duomo, a masterpiece of baroque architecture lined with restaurants and home to a stunning cathedral adapted by the Byzantines and later the Normans from a 5th century BC temple to Minerva.

Parco Archeologico della Neapolis
Visit the famous Greek ruins in Syracuse including the extremely well preserved Greek amphitheatre where classical theatre is performed in the summer months.

Val di Noto
Drive to the late baroque towns of the Val di Noto. The valley holds a series of picturesque towns composed almost entirely of baroque churches, palaces and house - a must see for architectural and historical enthusiasts.