As a scenic landscape, with its green almonds, yellow grain and blue sea, the view gently extends on the Gulf of Noto.
In the Gulf of Noto, opposite the sea of Eloro, there is the Greek city devoted to Demetra and Kore. Here the Greeks celebrated ancient and ancestral rites, consecrating to Cerere, the Goddess of the Messiah, the seal of a covenant between Man and Earth.
And from the garden of Villa del Grano, the view opens onto the Pizzuta column, a monument of the Greek period of the 3rd century BC, still standing as a reminder of a past civilization.
Vendicari Wildlife Reserve, today a resting area for migratory birds and a destination for passionate naturalistic tourism.
Within 10 minutes drive, you can admire the monuments of Noto, European Baroque Capital, declared by UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Twenty minutes by car, you find the marvelous marinas of Marzameni and Portopalo.
Less than half an hour drive from the city of Syracuse, with the ancient treasures of Magna Grecia, discover the characteristically island of Ortigia.