Viale Paolo Calleri, 97
Marzamemi, PACHINO (SR)
In the beautiful and evocative Marzamemi, born the B&B Suliccenti, a newly built house suitable for a wide range of users, from families with children, couples on vacation until disabled people, whilst ensuring a high standard of quality of its services.

Inolte, for guests who prefer to travel independently and in an environmentally friendly manner, free of charge, bicycles to explore the historic center of the village of Marzamemi.

The B&B Suliccenti make your holiday unique and unforgettable Siciliane. Marzamemi is a fraction marinara, which is about 3 km from the town of Pachino in the province of Syracuse. The name comes from the Arabic Al-Hamam Marsà which means Bay of Doves, since the area is obliged to place the passage of small birds during migration. The village has developed around the landing, then became a fishing port, and has developed thanks to the latter activity, widely practiced today, acquiring even a tuna, one of the most important in Sicily. The trap of Marzamemi dates back to the time of the domination of the Arabs in Sicily. In 1630 it was sold by the owner. The B&B Suliccenti offers its customers the opportunity to stay in its themed rooms, all equipped with the following amenities:
- TV;
- Safe;
- Mini-bar;
- Air conditioning;
- Wi-Fi;
- Bathroom.

Located right on Viale P. Calleri (ex Via Lido), the B&B Suliccenti is very close to the main tourist attractions, you can just cross the street to find yourself on the beach Marinella, where you can admire the famous islet Brancati, in close proximity to the harbor pit and along the avenue, we arrive at the center of Marzamemi.

Each room has a theme, it is possible to choose between: Africa, America, Antarctica, Asia, Europe and Oceania. Each room is decorated in a tasteful and elegant, brightened by vivid colors and iridescent coatings will also see in their bathrooms, creating a pleasant environment to live. Click on thumbnails to find out in detail, the specifics of each room and choose your favorite.
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