A day by the sea at Marzamemi

A beautiful and inspiring little seaside village

Marzamemi is a precious little pearl, set in the Sicilian coast. A lovely fishing village, part of the town of Pachino, in Siracusa province. If you would like to spend a day by the sea, and take a trip to Marzamemi, go to the reception desk at i Carusi, where our staff will be ready to help you plan the best ways to visit this beautiful coastal village, with its typical stone cottages facing the two natural small harbours. You will experience an explosion of bright colours, delicious dishes and the warmth of Sicilian hospitality.

With its fascinating, timeless narrow alleyways, an enchanting square and la Tonnara rising above, dating back to the time of Arab domination, Marzamemi today is a priceless tourist location, which wins the hearts of all who visit it. Don't miss the long beaches, free or with beachside services, with the finest white sand and crystal waters, ideal for families with children as well. The seabed is sandy, but further along the coast you will find rocky inlets. Those who love snorkelling can enjoy wonderful diving opportunities.

The best time for a holiday in Sicily


Any week of the year is ideal for a vacation at i Carusi, but those who book a room at our boutique hotel between April and October have chosen the best time to visit the wonderful Sicilian coasts.
After full enjoyment of a vacation of complete well-being at our wellness retreat, it's time to set out to explore the endless beauty to be admired just a few kilometres from the boutique hotel, including Marzamemi.

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