Cosy and little house with large outdoor spaces, barbecue and outdoor shower, very close to the city center and to the seaside in Santa Tecla, Acireale.
This house is spread entirely on the ground floor in one and only room, with an intimate and cosy atmosphere, enriched by wooden beams. It comes with an open plan kitchen fitted with any tool that may be needed to cook, a comfortable double sofa bed, two single beds and a spacious dresser. A full bathroom with shower completes the indoors.
The outdoors boast a large patio furnished with a dining area, a barbecue and an outdoor shower, in addition to a terrace accessible from a practical outdoor staircase with another table with chairs.
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The house is located in Santa Tecla while Acireale’s old town is 4,5 kms away. Around 20 kms from the accommodation there is Catania which boasts a beautiful historical center, listed among UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. Its architectural wonders, as well as the colourful street markets, the wild beauty of the Mount Etna and the crystal-clear sea of the coasts will literally seduce you. Among the others, the Cathedral of Sant’Agata (the city’s patron saint), Bellini theater, the street markets, Via Etnea (Catania’s most important and scenographic street), the wonderful Monastery of the Benedictines (home to the faculty of Human Sciences) and the Etna are really worth a visit. And obviously, it is impossible not to mention Catania’s culinary tradition, with its typical arancini (fried rice balls), the iris (fried or baked stuffed bombs), olivette of Sant’Agata (typical sweets made of almond paste and coloured in green) and the famous brioches with granita. For horse meat lovers, Via del Plebiscito with its typical street embers is really not to be missed. You can already smell the delicious aroma even from a long way off! An unmissable stop-over just outside the city is the coast, and more specifically the beautiful Gulf of Acitrezza, where in 1881 Giovanni Verga set his best known novel, “I Malavoglia”.
The airport of Catania Fontanarossa is around 35 kms from the apartment, while Catania Central station is 20 kms away.