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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
4 guests
1 night minimum
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Rental basis: Entire house or apartment Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 1 Number of bathrooms: 1 Fully renovated apartment on the first floor of a building in the historic center of Scicli, baroque jewel, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Place of TV fiction "Commissario Montalbano". Free Wifi throughout the house. Digital TV. Kitchen. Oven. Shower. A double bed and a double sofa bed. Balcony with chairs and table. Very close to via Fmpenna, the main street of the historic center, with restaurants, pizzeria, bars, art galleries, churches and historic Baroque palaces that can be visited. possibility of free parking under the house Possibility of parking in the garage, for a fee (€ 5 / night for motorbikes and € 10 / night for sedan cars), if available. Scicli is located in...Rental basis: Entire house or apartment Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 1 Number of bathrooms: 1 Fully renovated apartment on the first floor of a building in the historic center of Scicli, baroque jewel, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Place of TV fiction "Commissario Montalbano". Free Wifi throughout the house. Digital TV. Kitchen. Oven. Shower. A double bed and a double sofa bed. Balcony with chairs and table. Very close to via Fmpenna, the main street of the historic center, with restaurants, pizzeria, bars, art galleries, churches and historic Baroque palaces that can be visited. possibility of free parking under the house Possibility of parking in the garage, for a fee (€ 5 / night for motorbikes and € 10 / night for sedan cars), if available. Scicli is located in the south-eastern part of Sicily, in the Province of Ragusa. The Sicilian town rises at the confluence of three valleys; Val di Modica, Val di Santa Maria la Nova, and Val di San Bartolomeo, known locally as Cave. Scicli is adjacent to Modica and Ragusa, and its coastal commitment is about 20 kilometers, ranging from the mouth of the Irminio to the Contrada Pisciotto area. The seaside hamlets of Donnalucata, Playa Grande, Cava D'aliga, Arizza and Sampieri belong to the territory. Sciclici really offers beautiful and completely contrasting landscapes; the old city was in fact built on the hill of San Matteo, in a strategic position on the valley below, and with its towers and castles it had the function of a fortified city, while the lower part is bathed by a coastline with stretches of sand and sometimes embellished by various caves and quarries, functional in the creation of various urban planning poles with a purely rural character. Scicli is also a green valley, embellished with olive, almond and carob trees. In the small Sicilian town of Scicli there is a warm and temperate climate, typically Mediterranean (average temperature 17.2 ° c), with long dry summers and mild winters. Average maximum temperatures reach values around 30 ° c in July and August, while in winter they drop to 15 ° c. Regarding the origins of the city, its name Scichili (in Sicilian) refers to the "siclis" the Sicilians, that is a people coming from Illyria. The first certain traces of the urban settlement date back to III century BC (from 1500 BC to 800 BC), in fact the remains of a necropolis were found, in the area of Chiafura (an ancient quarter, excavated in the rock), and fortified buildings on the Colle di San Matteo. In this period Scicli was a "decuman" city (forced to pay the tenth part of its income) of the Roman Empire. In 864 after Christ, under Muslim rule, he took the name of Shiklah. The battle, fought in 901, for the liberation from the Arab domain, marked the passage of the city to the Normans, and Scicli became a "state" city, under the Count Ruggero d'Altavilla. With the end of the Sveva House, (succeeding the Norman one), Scicli fell under the Angevin domination; but in 1282, after the outbreak of the Sicilian Vespers, the population chased the French garrison and placed itself under the protection of Peter of Aragon. The seventeenth century was a century full of unfortunate events for Scicli; the plague of 1626, the invasion of locusts in 1687, and finally the earthquake of 1693 (which caused about 2000 deaths and almost completely destroyed the town) led to the halving of the population. The period of annexation to Italy was decisive, as in June 1860 the municipality, with a plebiscite, proclaimed its annexation to Piedmont, with Garibaldi proclaimed the island's supreme dictator. The economy of Scicli has always been based mainly on intensive agriculture and the production of early years, but it was in the 1960s that economic development strengthened thanks to the introduction of the forestry industry. The main crops are those of wheat and other cereals. The cultivation of citrus fruits, carob oil, vines and fruit trees are also very profitable. Scicli has always had a very close connection with its history, so holidays, festivals and religious celebrations always carry something of the past, combined with the creativity of this Sicilian people. In May, the Madonna delle Milizie is celebrated, a historical re-enactment, held in Piazza Italia, which tells the miraculous fact of arms, which in 1091, in Donnalucata, saw the Saracen and Norman armies opposed. Clash resolved in favor of the latter, thanks to the intervention of the Virgin riding a white horse. After the re-enactment, the statue of the Madonna (from the mid-eighteenth century) traverses the streets of the city in procession, followed by the historical costume procession. The festivity includes the Festival of the Head of Turkish, the typical sweet sciclitano, shaped like an Arab turban, (stuffed with custard or sweet cow's milk ricotta ...More
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