For its central position between the two provinces of Ragusa and Syracuse, the hotel is an ideal starting point
for your excursions in the fantastic places of the South Eastern Sicily.
From Syracuse to Ragusa passing through Noto, Modica and Scicli along the coast and admiring the dozens of golden sandy beaches
you will be able to breathe the culture and history of a territory that has hosted peoples and traditions of the most famous ancient cultures.
Stacci Rural Resort offers you a holiday in the beautiful Hyblaean area to rediscover all of this!
Cava Ispica is a river valley that for 13 km cuts the Hyblean plateau, between the cities of Modica and Ispica. The valley, immersed in the typical Mediterranean vegetation, holds prehistoric necropolises, Christian catacombs
Modica (Muòrica in Sicilian, Μότουκα for the Greeks, Mutica / Motyca in Latin, Arabic: موذقة, Mūdhiqa) is an Italian town of 54,651 inhabitants in the province of Ragusa in Sicily
Scicli (Scichili in Sicilian) is an Italian town of 27,033 inhabitants in the province of Ragusa in Sicily.
Monumental Baroque city in the shape of an egreat living crib, in 2002 its historical center has been awarded the title of World Heritage by UNESCO
Sampieri is a seaside village of about 627 inhabitants, in the municipality of Scicli, in the province of Ragusa. Well-known seaside resort, an ancient and charming fishing village, with a tiny and romantic historic center of stone houses and cobbled streets
The cathedral of San Nicolò is the most important place of Catholic worship in the city of Noto, as well as the bishopric of the diocese of the same name, in Sicily. It is located on the top of a wide staircase, on the north side of Piazza Municipio
Ragusa Ibla (in Sicilian Iusu), an ancient city from which the large new part of Ragusa develops as a large offshoot. It is located in the eastern part of the city, on a hill ranging from 385 to 440m
The nature reserve Oasi Faunistica di Vendicari is located in the province of Syracuse precisely between Noto and Marzamemi. Important due to the presence of marshes which serve as a resting place during the migration of several birds species
Marina di Ragusa is a fraction of Ragusa – a seaside resort with 3,468 inhabitants – located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. During the summer period, due to the strong tourist flow, the population increases considerably