Just 9 km away from the historic city of Syracuse and an hour's drive from Catania-Fontanarossa Airport, the property is about 2 km from the Marine Protected Area of Plemmirio and boasts innovative and improved services that represent a leap into forward in the philosophy of holidaymaking.
The property is about 600 meters from the sea (sand and pebble beach) with direct access to the Plemmirio Marine Reserve
The hotel has apartments with air conditioning, telephone, television, private bathroom, hairdryer, and safe. Multiple accommodations have flat beds.
Reception 24h, restaurant, TV room, bar, pool bar, garden, terrace, parking, devices for the disabled and wheelchairs, play area, outdoor pool with sun beds and umbrellas, children's pool, tennis courts, bowls, table tennis.
Allowed, with the exception of the common areas, of small and medium size (up to 10kg) upon notification at the time of booking. A supplement of € 20 is required for final cleaning to be paid locally.
Check in: from 2.00 pm
Check out: by 11.00 am
Fanusa and Terrauzza are two small seaside hamlets of Syracuse, about 8 km from the capital and about 7 km from the tourist resort of Fontane Bianche. The stretch of coast of about 2.5 km is characterized by a low and accessible cliff and in which some stretches find small beaches surrounded by low rocks. The area is very appreciated for its crystal clear sea and enchanting waters and characterized by the presence of small pebbles and gray-orange sand. The towns of Fanusa and Terrauzza are the ideal place for those who wish avoid crowded beaches and enjoy a relaxing holiday made of sea and sun in complete relaxation. The nearest equipped beaches are Arenella, just a few kilometers away, and Fontane Bianche beach. The type of houses built in this area are mainly villas and houses , many inhabited areas for residential use by families working in Syracuse, others used only in the summer holiday season. Many of the villas are rented for tourist rentals of short periods in the summer to families in the north and to foreigners who come to spend their holidays in the province of Syracuse.