| Avola |
Close to the Cavagrande del Cassibile Nature Reserve, about 5 km from the splendid town of Avola and only 3 km from the sea, the Agriturismo Alle Riserve Cavagrande . From the skilful restoration of a farmhouse from the early 1900s, the Agriturismo has 7 rooms of different sizes, for a total of 18 beds, with internal bathroom, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, TV, outdoor area with independent entrance. The welcoming Hall offers a common area with sofas and satellite TV, Bar, free wi-fi, notice board for tasting and sale of wines and typical local products.
But the real strength of the accommodation is on the outside: over 800 square meters, a beautiful terrace overlooking the sea and behind the Hyblean mountains, the splendid H24 open swimming pool overlooking the sea, a pergola to enjoy the excellent breakfasts with homemade cakes and relaxation area. It is also possible to practice a series of activities including bike excursions, totally made available to customers, children's games, ping pong table, bowling alley, trekking routes within the Nature Reserve. Parking is free and inside the property.
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The Oasis of Vendicari, contains naturalistic aspects of great interest; the vegetation is extremely varied, as evidenced by the presence of myrtle, mastic, thyme, wild garlic, remains of giraffe acacias, etc. Stop point for the avifauna of step, among the countless species we remember: the spoonbill, the pink flamingo, the crane, the herons, the black swan, the pelican, the Corsican seagull.
It is an authentic pearl of the Baroque. Along its streets we find beautiful churches and imposing palaces all strictly in Baroque style. The city called "Giardino di Pietra" was recently awarded the title of "cultural heritage of humanity" by UNESCO and represents the emblem of wealth and splendor in the Baroque era in Sicily.
Known for the ruins of antiquity. The central Archaeological Park of Neapolis contains the Roman amphitheater, the Greek Theater and the Ear of Dionysius, a cave carved out of limestone in the shape of a human ear. The Paolo Orsi Archaeological Museum displays terracotta artefacts, portraits from the Roman era and scenes from the Old Testament carved in white marble.