on request

Remarkable penthouse apartment with rooftop views in the heart of the Baroque town of Noto









This loft apartment really does have the most unusual and unique location –  in the heart of the Baroque centre of Noto, its terrace shares a wall with a little 18th century church – with windows looking down into the interior of the church itself!

The apartment is located on the top floor of an elegant palazzo, without an elevator.. It consists of a large open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and TV/conversation zone, opening onto the larger of the apartment’s two terraces – which feels like a seamless extension of the living space. The terrace has a ‘bioclimatic’ pergola which allows guests to make the most of the outdoor space, whatever the weather.

The terrace is on the same level as the church’s belltower – indeed the three windows of the outdoor dining area look directly down on the nave of the neoclassical church, decorated with delicate stuccoes. Large, comfortable sofas, pouffes and coffee tables make the terrace the ideal spot for a sunset aperitivo — the limestone of Noto is famous for the way it seems to glow and change in the colours of the setting sun and sky.

One bedroom  with ensuite bathroom opens off the main living space. The master bedroom –  ensuite, and with its own private terrace – is on the other side of the apartment

A fitness zone and hydromassage tub are available to guests in the palazzo.


Your villa at a glance

Elegant palazzo
Penthouse apartment
Well-eqipped kitchen
TV area
Dining area
2 covered and furnished terraces
1  bedroom with en-suite bathroom
1 double bedroom with bathroom


Noto is a small town where everything is in walking distance.

Parking space provided.

Things to do

  • Living in the historic centre of Noto, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Being surrounded by beauty!
  • Being a few minutes’ drive from the lovely beaches of the Vendicari nature reserve as well as some elegant and exclusive local lidos.
  • Visiting the nearby Roman villa of Tellaro o with its amazing mosaics.
  • Exploring Ortigia, the historic centre of Siracusa, and the other towns of the Val di Noto, in easy day trips.
  • Hiking inthe Cave Carosello gorgebelow the ruins of Noto Antica, or swimming in the natural pools of Cava Grande.
  • Sampling Noto’s famous ice cream at Caffe Sicilia and Caffe Costanzo.