is at the heart of this "Theatre of Stone". Framed between the church of St. John the Evangelist and the church San Michele. The welcoming entrance is characterized by beautiful stone vault and the ladder made entirely of ceramic of Caltagirone. On the second floor rooms: 7 renovated suites carefully respecting the spaces of the old Palace and original materials. The underlying theme of the renovation was the detailed search for Sicilian details.
This results in large rooms, bright and equipped with every comfort that join in an indissoluble mix the charm of yesteryear and the needs of the modern times . All this is complemented by the landscape: the rooms are in fact overlooking in Via Francesco Mormino Pen and offer a panorama breathtaking. If youlook down you can see the theater of Stone, looking up you will be amazed by the sight of two hills surrounding Scicli: the Colle di San Matteo, ancient cathedral city, dominated by the Castle of the Three cantons and the Colle del Convento Cross.
Scicli and surroundings...
defined by Elio Vittorini as the "most beautiful city in the world", Scicli nestled at the intersection of three valleys not far from the sea.
City-of UNESCO preserves a historic center from features late Baroque fruit of century reconstruction following the 1963 earthquake that leveled the city. Chosen by Camilleri as the seat of Vigata in "The Commissioner Montalbano ", the city is crossed by Via Francesco Mormino Pen presents itself as the perfect realization of the Baroque conception, where space, light and harmony are a unique set of engaging fascination and wonder. Eighteenth century noble palaces alternate Late Baroque churches built using the golden stone of the place.