The San Giorgio mansion is a 230 sqm building dating back to the 18th century, located just 50 meters away from the Duomo. It consists of two beautiful apartments, both with local stone structure, original floors in black stone and majolica tiles of Caltagirone.
The lower area (120 sqm) located on the ground floor, where our San Giorgio di Sutta apartment is located, is a “dammuso” (a single-storey house built from local volcanic stone with exceptionally thick walls) composed of four adjoining rooms.
Inside the house you will find a beautiful living room with round table for 4 people and two spacious sofas, a fully equipped wall kitchen, a sleeping area with double bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers and single bed and a beautiful bathroom made of stone with shower.
The house also enjoys a beautiful panoramic view of the historical center of Modica, and it is the perfect all-season accommodation, since it features both air conditioning and heat pump, making the room fresh and airy during summer, and warm in winter.
We also offer to our guests truly authentic experiences to live like a local. If interested, visit our website wonderfulitaly.eu or contact us and we will be more than happy to help you out designing an unforgettable holiday to discover Italian beauties.
You will also find another apartment in the same building (San Giorgio di Sutta), located on the ground floor: a perfect solution if travelling with friends!
Pets are welcome, with an extra cost of € 30 for final cleaning.
South-eastern Sicily truly has everything you may desire: crystal clear sea, wild nature and astonishing works of art and of architectures. The cities of Noto, Modica, Scicli and Ragusa Ibla are the best architectural examples left nowadays from the flowering Baroque Age in Europe, with their churches and the precious buildings. The Church of San Giovanni Battista and Palazzo Bertini can be visited in Ragusa Ibla, while in the unique city of Modica there are the Cathedral of San Giorgio, placed on the Iblean upland and the Church of San Pietro, in the valley. Last but not least, the small and medieval Palazzolo and the baroque capital city of Noto are worth a visit, thanks to their vivid streets and noble buildings, such as Palazzo Ducezio.
Architecture and culture are the main traits of Val di Noto together with a rich culinary tradition, originated from the melting pot of culture and people who have passed by through the centuries, leaving a piece of their immense traditions and culinary secrets.
For wild nature and sea lovers, there are amazing and wild beaches: Calamosche, Vendicari with its Wildlife Park and the precious San Lorenzo. Also, the seafront of Tonnara di Avola, the fisherman village of Marzamemi and Isola delle Correnti, an eye-catching landscape where Mar Ionio and Canale di Sicilia meet. Sicily is beauty, it is a wild land with a long past and it impossible to forget at first glance.
The airport of Catania Fontanarossa is about 120 km far away, while Comiso “Pio La Torre” airport is 40 km far.