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Syracuse Villa

Villa Luce
sleep Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms
Syracuse Scility beach villa inside the protected Marine Area of Plemmirio

Amenity: Views, Hot Tub, Wood Fireplace, Beachfront, Seaside

RATES
EUR 215 – 315
Per Night
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Syracuse Villa

Villa Silvia
sleep Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms
The Syracuse Scicly villa is set on a beautiful open countryside with fabulous view of Ortigia island as far as Etna Volcano

Amenity: Views

RATES
EUR 145 – 190
Per Night
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Syracuse Apartment

Syracuse Holiday Apartment
sleep Sleeps 4 in 1 bedrooms
Charming one bedroom Syracuse Sicily holiday apartment in Ortigia Syracuse

Amenity: Views, Seaside

RATES
EUR 75 – 125
Per Night
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Syracuse Apartment

Syracuse Character Studio
sleep Sleeps 4 in 1 bedrooms
Character Syracuse Sicily apartment studio in a 18th Century palazzo Syracuse Italy

Amenity: Views

RATES
EUR 65 – 95
Per Night
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Syracuse Apartment

Apartment Arezzo
sleep Sleeps 4 in 1 bedrooms
Holiday apartment with roof terrace, located in the historic centre of Syracuse Sicily

Amenity: Pet Friendly

RATES
EUR 60 – 85
Per Night
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Syracuse Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Syracuse Sicily


GEOGRAPHY OF SYRACUSE VACATIONS

Syracuse villas and Syracuse vacation apartments are found along the eastern coast of Sicily facing the Ionian Sea. Syracuse or Siracusa, whichever spelling you prefer, is located on a naturally beautiful harbor that comprises Isola di Ortigia. Isola di Ortigia has been inhabited since the Greeks captured the Island. And is where you will find old architecture, medieval lanes, and Baroque palaces and churches. Searching for interesting sites, don't miss the Greek Theatre where Plato performed. Greeks, Romans, Arabs, and Byzantines have all left their mark on the city over the centuries.