Location

Enchanting Sicily

Kikki Village is set in one of the most suggestive locations on the coast of Sicily. A front row position from which to admire the beauty of this territory, giving you breath taking views, dry stone walls – built by the locals – criss-cross the landscape, another feature is the deep canyons cut into the rock by torrents of water.
A harmonious balance between cliffs and long fine, sandy coastlines glowing with indescribable colours: the suns’ rays enhance those hues – the blue of the sea and and liberate the golden nuances of its sandy beaches.

The Blue Flag

ISPICA, POZZALLO AND RAGUSA BOAST THEIR BLUE FLAGS WHICH ARE AWARDED TO EUROPEAN COASTAL LOCATIONS BY FEE (FOUNDATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION) IN RECOGNITION OF HAVING SATISFIED CRITERION RELATING TO THE QUALITY OF THE SEAWATER FOR SWIMMING, THE CLEANLINESS OF THE BEACHES AND THE FACILITIES OFFERED TO TOURISTS.

Blue Flag

Ragusa is a perfect host who welcomes and makes you feel at ease, offering earth’s bounty while telling a wealth of stories full of emotions. This province opens up its most elegant lounges, furnished in pure Sicilian Baroque style. A style that tells of its reconstruction in the 1700s, a history of greatness, travels back in time through thousands of years of artistic relevance. Strolling down the streets of Ragusa, Modica, Scicli and Ispica to observe the beautiful architecture and the particular tuffo stone that decorates the squares, churches and mansion houses reveals an extraordinary balancee between art and nature.

Syracuse the land of wonders.
A journey through this corner of Sicily awakens profound sesations, like crossing the boundaries of time and travelling back a thousand years. Echoes of ancient civilizations can be heard in the streets.
This is what is to be felt while walking through the streets of Syracuse, where precious proof revokes the plendour of Ancient Greece and step by step accompany the visitor into the next century.
Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, Swabians and Aragonese have all written their part.
Noto and Palazzolo Acreide are two of the eight cities in the suggestive Val di Noto, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site for its wealth and the prestige of its 18th century architecture, considered among the maximum expression of late European Baroque.
And then onwards towards the coast, animated by bays, promintories, isles and long white beaches.
To complete the seascape of Syracuse, a stretch of emerald water, with colbalt blue veinatures and a blinding light that exhalts its hues.

Sitting at the foot of Etna, the city of Catania boasts great squares and wide streets, with its lava stone architecture, and burnished hues conferring it with a retrò elegance.
The strong link that unites Catania and Etna is felt immediately by the morphology of the territory: the volcano dominates the city from above, and outlines the landscape, offers up its earth as if to gather the fruits, reminding us, in the shadow of its presence and with its silence, of the inarrestible power of nature.
An amazing historical and artistic patrimony, together with the solarity of the Catanese, makes this city special to each and every visitor.

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