Donna Carmela, Carruba di Riposto

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Donna Carmela Location

Donna Carmela is located in Carruba di Riposto,Sicily, an ideal position to explore the important cultural and natural sites in eastern Sicily: Siracuse's remains, Acireale's baroque, Piazza Armerina's mistery, Catania's history, Taormina's charm, mount Etna's beauty, to mention but a few.

Address: Contrada Grotte, 5 - Carruba di Riposto (CT) - Italy

Donna Carmela Landmarks

  • The port of Riposto 5.0KM

    The port of Riposto

  • The centre of Catania 18.0KM

    The centre of Catania

  • Acireale 5.0KM

    Acireale

  • Mount Etna 34.0KM

    Mount Etna

  • The Greek theatre of Siracuse 90.0KM

    The Greek theatre of Siracuse

Donna Carmela Transports

  • By Car From Catania - Highway A18

    Directions: From Catania, follow the indications for the highway A18 Catania-Messina. At the exit for Giarre keep to the left and after 300m at the stop turn right towards Catania. After 1km you will pass a Landrover dealer, keep on for another 500 mt. and take the turning off the main road at San Leonardello on the left towards Torre Archirafi and Carruba di Riposto. Straight on for 1,5 km. In the village of Carruba turn right by the church, after 800 mt. go through the bridge keeping to the right and after another 300 mt. you will reach Donnacarmela. COORDINATE GPS: 37.676666 N, 15.179123 E (Via Mirto, 5, 95024 Acireale CT, Italia)

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Carruba di Riposto

Carruba di Riposto, Italy "With Mount Etna Volcano as its backdrop, Catania is the cultural centre of Sicily and its second largest city. Catania boasts well-preserved and rich baroque architecture and vestiges that date back from the Greek and Roman times. A very intriguing city where the streets are named after the Volcano and are paved with volcanic stone. Piazza del Duomo is the very heart of the city, designed by renowned architect Vaccarini, is surrounded by superb Baroque buildings that convey an immense sense of elegance. At its centre rises the Fontana dell'Elefante (Fountain of the Elephant) which is Catania's emblem Carruba di Riposto is a few kilometers from Catania, on the Cyclops Riviera, between Acireale and Taormina, and within easy reach of some of Sicily's most beautiful beaches."