Agriturismo Case Damma

Address: Via Per Canicattini n 28, Syracuse, Sicily, 96100, Italy | 3 star ranch
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This 3 star ranch, located on Via Per Canicattini n 28, Syracuse, is near Fountain of Arethusa, Zingaro Nature Reserve, Cava Grande di Cassibile, and Pantalica.
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    Travel Blogs from Syracuse

    A Day at the Beach

    A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 25, 2015

    14 photos

    ... villages, it's OK with me. Beautiful place.

    Drove from Marzamemi to Modica and checked into our B&B located in an elegant old renovated Palazzo on the main drag. Gorgeous old building run by a family that is apparently trying to keep the old beauty alive. Strolled the old town, climbing the 250 steps to the old cathedral and then did the passeggiata along with the townies.


    The Right Way and the Sicilian Way

    A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 25, 2015

    3 photos

    ... br> The Right Way to Build a City: Find a really flat area. Since that's likely to be farmland, tear out the fruit trees and plow under the row crops. We can always get our food from really exotic, faraway places like Chile and the Central Valley. Why do you think God invented deisel 18 wheelers, anyway? Build your city. Since your really flat former farmland got that way because the river that created ...

    The BaroqueTowns of Southeast Sicily

    A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 24, 2015

    7 photos

    ... gearbox and properly spaced foot-pedals, making redlining and gear-shifting on the tight and steep roads pure joy). But hey, the freedom thing still applies.

    And the countryside is gorgeous. Much of Sicily is very rugged terrain, whether along the shoreline or far inland. We traveled the narrow, steep and windy roads, stopping in the little villages ...


    A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 23, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... 17th and 18th century enclave of Ortigia and walked into and through the more modern city of Siracusa to the ancient Greek and Roman sites around which the modern city was built. The Roman theater was closed for maintenance and protective work, but the huge and well-preserved Greek amphitheater was well worth the trek. Even more interesting was wandering through the rock quarries that were excavated in ancient times to support the old guys' obsession with ...

    Siracusa, Island of Ortigia and Ragusa

    A travel blog entry by anothertrip on Oct 18, 2015

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    ... throughout Sicily, which was a necessary defence against many invaders. Unfortunately it didn't help withstand mother nature's earthquakes. In Sicily a town or village is considered 'contempory' if it is only 400 years old! We stayed overnight at the Hotel Poggio del Sole, which was out of town so we ate at their restaurant. Our group was served salad and far too many ...