One of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean sea

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€ 56

The hotel is located in a panoramic position, directly on the crystal clear sea and a beautiful fine sand beach. It is just 6 km from Noto, a splendid town called the "Capital of the Baroque" and 25 ...

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€ 63

The Hotel Club Eloro is located directly on the sea: the equipped beach is wide and sandy with a sloping seabed, within a small bay, particularly suitable for children.

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€ 78

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€ 112

Surrounded by unspoiled nature, the Mangia's Brucoli Resort rises, an intimate and exclusive place to spend a peaceful and relaxing holiday, where the bright green of the vegetation blends into the ...

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Siracusa: cosa vedere

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Siracusa is one of the biggest cities in Sicily. Its origins are very ancient: it was founded in the 734 B.C. by the greeks who made Siracusa one of the most important centres of the mediterranean sea. Then, the romans built the amphitheater and the catacombs; byzantines, arabs and normans followed one another until Siracusa became part of the Regno delle due Sicilie. The rich history of this city is testified by its streets and historical centre: the Duomo was at first a doric temple built on sicilian villages, then it became a byzantine basilica, a norman church, a late-renaissance church and finally a baroque structure.

Siracusa is located on a natural terrace that has a wonderful view and is divided in two areas: the old city and the modern city. The old centre, the island of Ortigia, is the true soul of Siracusa with its greek temples, churches, aragonese and baroque castles, courtyards, squares and alleys pervaded by the sea breeze. The modern city has a rich artistic and cultural patrimony as well: the Latomie dei Cappuccini, the church and the catacombs of S. Giovanni Evangelista, the sanctuary of Demetra and Kore.

Siracusa has a lively soul and its economy is mostly based on the tourist industry. Numerous events, festivals and shows attract thousands of tourists every year. Siracusa's gastronomical tradition is characterized by fish-based first and second dishes like fried pasta "alla siracusana", spaghetti with tuna "bottarga", fish soup, tuna "alla ghiotta" and arancini and pizzolo.