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Villa Magda is located in Marina di Ragusa, in the Province of Ragusa, Sicily. Just a few steps away from the sea, a stay at the Villa Magda is the perfect solution for those who love the sun, nature, and most of all, a relaxing sojourn.

The Villa consists of 3 separate apartments allocated among 4 floors, each with a separate external entrance. However, there is also an internal “master” marble staircase which can serve to connect these apartments if need be.

Each of these apartments is self-sustaining and includes kitchens, living rooms and plenty of bedrooms and sleeping options.

The town offers plenty of nightlife options as well as a vast expanse of natural beaches and shops to take advantage of during the day. In addition, a brand new private port graces the coastline of Marina di Ragusa, allowing guests to arrive by private boat.

NEARBY CITIES: Nearby Cities

AGRIGENTO The town has ancient origins (founded by Greek colonists) and is world famous for the Valley of the Temples, inserted in 1997 in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. The Valley of the Temples is now among the most visited tourist destinations of the island and, in addition to being the most important source of tourism for the city of Agrigento and a major in all of Sicily, is considered the largest archaeological park in the world (ca. 1300 hectares).

CATANIA 120 km on Sicily's eastern coast, is a city of about 400,000 inhabitants situated on the slopes of Europe's highest volcano, Mount Etna and the center of an urban area is very active in terms of trade and industry. For those who want to visit Catania things to see no shortage of. The beautiful baroque city center and the famous Etnea road that, from the slopes of Etna, cuts the city to the harbour area, deserve to be seen.


The city of Palermo, the capital of Sicily region of 700,000 inhabitants, is situated on the coast facing the Tyrrhenian Sea, north-western area of Sicily. For those who want to visit Palermo Sicily should visit the Cathedral, the Norman Palace of Arab origin, the Norman Palatine Chapel, whose interior walls are covered with mosaics, and the Archaeological Museum.


Overlooking the south-east coast of Sicily, Siracusa, the provincial capital of 120,000 inhabitants, each year attracts thousands of visitors as the most famous Sicilian cities of Greek origin with a huge importance from the archaeological point of view.For those who want to spend the holidays in Syracuse is a must visit to the archaeological park, which includes the Roman Amphitheater and the famous Greek Theatre, the Ear of Dionysus, an artificial grotto, and the Euryalus Castle, the most powerful military of 'antiquity. 


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