Inserted in Iblean countryside, drawn with dry bricks walls, with an arabic-mediterranean garden surrounded by palms, carobs and secular olive trees, the Cambiocavallo resort is a strategical point for exploration and discovery of a territory rich of architecture, natural and archeological sites, reknown for wine and gastronomy, as well as for wide and sandy mediterranean beaches, only 2 miles away from the inn.
The old place where horse riders used to stop, Cambiocavallo resort is born under the will of its owners, two architects since years busy with rebuilds and restauration, amongst which is the restauration of the Cathedral of Noto, fallen in 1996 and programmed for rebuilding this year.
An interested and wise rebuild of an ancient "posada", inspired by the principles of bioarchitecture, brought to life its most peculiar elements, visible stone walls, tubular roofs, limy plaster with warm colors, typical of this side of Sicily, together with a modern and minimalistic design and all kind of modern services, dedicated to the most exigent guests.
The attention and care visible in the building come together with homeyness and quality of guest reception, which is based on the needs and weel being of himself.
Doppia uso singola € 70.00-€ 90.00
Doppia/matrimoniale € 110.00-€ 130.00
Suite uso singola € 105.00-€ 120.00
Suite matrimoniale € 145.00-€ 170.00
Address:c.da Zimardo Km 5 provinciale Modica-Pozzallo
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Modica (Greek: ???????, Latin: Mutyca or Motyca) is a city in the Province of Ragusa, Sicily. The city is situated in the Iblean mountains and, along with Val di Noto, is part of UNESCO Heritage Sites in Italy.
According to Thucydides, the city was founded in 1360 BC or 1031 BC and was inhabited by the Sicels circa the 7th century BC. It was probably from an early period a dependency of Syracuse. Modica was occupied by the Romans after the battle of the Egadi islands against the...