B&B L'Uliveto is located in Marzamemi, just 25 miles from Syracuse. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. Every room at this bed and breakfast is air conditioned and is fitted with a flat-screen TV with cable channels. All rooms include a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes and a hairdryer. Ragusa is 24 miles from B&B L'Uliveto, and Noto is 11 miles away. The nearest airport is Comiso Airport, 32 miles from B&B L'Uliveto.
When visiting Noto, Pantanelli di Vendicari is a great choice to consider. Guests can splash around at the seasonal outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. Other highlights include a spa tub, a terrace, and a garden.
In the beautiful and picturesque Marzamemi, born the B & B-guest house Suliccenti, a newly built structure to accommodate a wide range of users, from families with children, couples on vacation until diversamenti people with disabilities, whilst ensuring a high standard of quality of its services.
Inolte, for guests who prefer to travel independently and in an environmentally friendly manner, free of charge, the only day bike, to visit the historic center of the village of Marzamemi. The B & B Suliccenti make unique and unforgettable your relaxing Sicilian holiday. Marzamemi is also a fishermen village which is about 3 km from the town of Pachino in the province of Syracuse. The name comes from the Arabic Al-Hamam Marsà which means Bay of Doves, since the area is a place of forced passage of small birds during migration.
The village was born around the landing, which later became fishing port, and developed thanks to the latter activity, still widely practiced, even acquiring a tuna, among the most important in Sicily. The trap of Marzamemi dates from the time of the domination of the Arabs in Sicily. In 1630 it was sold by the owner to the Prince of Villadorata.
The Villadorata potenziarono the buildings of the trap leading from Avola and Syracuse of skilled carpenters, who were then living in Marzamemi. In 1752 they built the palace and the church of the trap, and the houses of the sailors. In 1912 a factory was built in Marzamemi of salted tuna processing and later the tuna in oil. Fishing for tuna was plentiful until the postwar period.