Casale Vinciucci is a place where you can enjoy comfort, privacy, rest and entertainment, all at once, if you want to. It can really offer you an unforgettable sensation of relaxation and amusement within an informal and familiar frame in this region of our beloved Sicily.
Vinciucci is an old Casale built in 1700 on the remains of a military fortress meant to fight against the Saracen invasions.
It overlooks centuries-old carob trees and the sea, visible at the horizon,
on the Iblean tableland. It is a good spot to start from on all the seasons, close to several archaeological areas, natural reserves, architectural wonders, such as the Baroque cities of Val di Noto and the Cava d’Ispica canyon.
The spacious and bright rooms have been refurbished and decorated with warmth and personality,
and they are equipped with air conditioning or roof fans. At Il Casale Vinciucci we provide a gorgeous
and bountiful breakfast including fair trade, organic and home made products.
Il Casale Vinciucci has a miscellaneous look thanks to the changes made over 200 years.
We tried to make the old part of the building
and the newer alterations as balanced as possible.
Beside from the rooms, you can find several spaces where you can either relax alone or meet people,
including the lounge room, the terrace,
and the courtyards where occasional parties and music events take place
Around Il Casale there is a typical Iblean landscape, with centuries-old carob, olive and almond trees,
plus vegetable gardens and farmed fields.
Typical stone walls, mediterranean bushes and fruit trees frame wonderful sunsets ending over the sea.
It is a picturesque and charming city, famous for its chocolate making tradition, which originally came from South America through the Spanish colonisation.
It has amazing churches, and it is enchanting to get lost in the alleys spreading all around the historical centre.
The restaurant and street food scene is thriving, and the inhabitants are welcoming.
It is a well kept, culturally alive baroque city, with a generous offering of views, solemn squares, beautiful churches, intriguing and silent alleys, and a sweet and warm atmosphere that gives it a unique charm.
It is the historical centre of Ragusa, leaning on a side of a hill it gives you the chance to walk all around whilst admiring the alleys, the 50 magnificent churches and grand baroque buildings. It is definitely worth a visit and offers a pleasant night scene.
It is a Sicilian baroque jewel. Noto is a wonderful town occupying the upper part of the Asinaro valley. It is named the capital of Baroque, with a multitude of views, churches and an elegant and scenic walk in the centre.
It is a valley on a river bed, 13 km long, going through the territory of Modica and Ispica. There you can see the typical mediterranean maquis and you can explore the astonishing remains of prehistory, plus early Christian archaeology, eremite and farmer grottos.
It is a small island with a small lighthouse, connected to the mainland with a tiny line of rocks. It is the most southern point in Italy, a crossroad of seas and winds, where turquoise water, beautiful beaches and a pleasant walk are waiting for you.
This natural reserve is crossed by a river, il Cassibile, and it is a canyon full of small lakes, waterfalls, and copious wildlife. You can walk in this small heaven enjoying the clean air, the view and the green.
Here you can admire historical ruins as well as a vast heritage of flowers, plants and animals, including rare birds. There are small lagoons, white beaches and crystal clean water.