Sicily Apartments in Caucana and Punta Secca

Pomelia apartments in Caucana and Punta Secca are ideal for a seaside holiday in the south east of Sicily, a few kilometers from Martina di Ragusa and from the baroque towns in Val di Noto: Ragusa Ibla, Modica and Scicli.

Come to stay just in front of Inspector Montalbano’s house in Punta Secca, the famous house of the fictional character of the tv series “Inspector Montalbano”, insired to Andrea Camilleri’s novels. Our apartments are near the central little square and a few steps from the beach.

Spend your days in enchanting beaches of fine golden sand and chill out on a terrace to enjoy the charming panoramic view: imagine your veranda like a springboard on the sea.

Our accommodations are new or recently restored and enjoys all the necessary comforts to create a welcoming and relaxing ambience: air conditioning, wi-fi connection, television and equipped kitchen are just some of the comforts available for you.

Finely furnished interiors in modern style or with elegant ancient furniture, a wide and equipped veranda and a unique location make these apartments the perfect place to spend your holidays in Sicily in couple, with your family or with your friends.

You will stay in smart ambiences with unique details that remind to the local tradition, such as an ancient built-in kitchen or a wood oven covered with Sicilian majolica. After all, also the appearance counts when it comes to choose an apartment for your holiday. For this reason, we put a lot of effort into selecting accommodations that can satisfy all needs.


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Apartment Archimede

Free
Car recommended
Parking space
Terrace
Sandy beach in the nearby
Scenic view
Caucana

Apartment Agamennone

Barbecue
Car not necessary
Free
Air conditioning
Terrace
Sandy beach in the nearby
Punta Secca

Take a photo in front of Inspector Montalbano’s House

Punta Secca and Caucana are two seaside hamlets of the southeastern coast of Sicily, characterized by sandy beaches and crystal waters. Punta Secca is also well known for Inspector Montalbano’s house, which has made famous this small village well, thanks to the tv series that has passionate Italian and foreign people.

Several tourists stop here just to take a photo, but it is worth spending some days in Punta Secca to enjoy this picturesque corner of Sicily, which boasts a limpid sea and a typical small port with a 34 meters high lighthouse.

Visit also the close Nature Reserve of Randello with its wild beaches and pop into Scoglitti to try some delicious fresh fish.


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