Yours to discover

Baroque Cities, Beaches, Gastronomy, Visits to Local producers, walking and bike tours...

Welcome to the home of “Dolce Vita”. Let yourself be carried away by the gentle Italian way of life, at your own pace, whatever you’re in the mood for…

Whether you decide to give the famous “Farniente” a try by the pool or the splendid beaches of the region, to go for stroll through the lively streets of the neighbouring small towns, to discover the archaeological sites or other nearby places steeped in history, or to discover the local gastronomy with sun-soaked flavours and colours… your stay will be full of unique and surprising discoveries.

4 * Hotel – Noto

Noto – Baroque City

As many of its neighbouring towns, rebuilt after the earthquake of 1693, this allowed it to become the capital of Sicilian baroque.

Modica – Baroque City

Perched on a hill, Modica Alta is connected to Modica Bassa by stairs. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also worth a visit for its famous chocolate, to taste absolutely!

Marzamemi – Seaside village and beaches

Once bustling around a tonnara, you will love this small fishing village, its restaurants by the sea, its small flowery square where it is good to have a drink and its alleys dotted with small local shops.

Vendicari natural reserve

On foot in the Vendicari reserve, you can observe birds, visit the remains of an ancient Tonara or stop on the beautiful beach of Calamosche.


One of the baroque cities listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city lies in the hollow of a valley.

Cavagrande del Cassibile

A magnificent hike punctuated by swimming in small natural lakes in a reserve nestled in the depths of a deep gorge. The Masseria organizes a guided tour every week, good walking shoes recommended.


You will fall in love with the charm of Ortygie, its alleys, its Tempio d’Appollo and the sumptuous fountain of Aretusa. And how about a relaxing lunch break on a boat to punctuate your walk with a refreshing moment?


Ragusa Ibla and Ragusa Superiore are twin cities reunited since 1926, Ragusa Ibla is a splendid baroque city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


The largest active volcano in Europe, both attractive and frightening, it will delight both young and old during hikes of various difficulties.

Portopalo di Capo Passero

The southernmost village of Sicily, going south you will reach the beach of Isola delle Correnti. It owes its name to the small island of currents facing it , extreme tip of Sicily where the waters of the Ionian Sea meet those of the Mediterranean.

Discover southeastern Sicily

Hiking, bike tours, water sports...

Sport lovers will not be disappointed: the surrounding hills are the ideal location for mountain biking or hiking. Not to mention water sports, boat trips and paragliding over the sea: we will be happy to guide you as you choose your activities and can organise them for you if you wish.

The unmissable beaches of southern Sicily

Let’s not forget the magnificent beaches located a few kilometres from the Masseria del Carrubo. Discover the small fishing port of Marzamemi and the nature reserve of Vindicari, a protected area of 1500 hectares which is a roosting area for hundreds of species of migratory birds and includes 12 kilometres of coastline.

Baroque towns: Noto, Modica & Syracuse

From your base in the heart of Val di Noto and Baroque Sicily, you can easily travel from the Masseria del Carrubo to all 7 towns on the Unesco World Heritage list. You will be spoilt for choice: the towns of Ragusa, Sicli, Modica, Noto, Syracusa are all less than 45 minutes from the Masseria del Carrubo.

Sicilian Gastronomy and its local producers

In addition to its vast cultural heritage, the region also boasts a wide range of gastronomic delicacies of all kinds: wine, olive oil, Pachino tomatoes, Modica chocolate, and many others…: a wide range of new taste experiences for children and adults alike… the choice is yours!