Immersed in a vast citrus grove with the scent of jasmine and orange blossom, the luxurious Verde Nobile Dimora di Charme welcomes guests in an ancient villa dating back to the mid-19th century. Positioned between Mount Etna and the sea, it enjoys a magnificent panoramic view of Taormina and the Calabrian coast. For guests 2 suites, 2 doubles and one apartment, with a wellness area, a 3-seat hydromassage and an event room with bar.
Verde Nobile History
Verde Nobile Dimora di Charme is a villa dating back to the mid-19th century positioned on an acropolis not far from Acireale, with a wonderful view of Mount Etna and Taormina. Immersed in a lush Mediterranean garden, this residence has belonged to the same family for three generations and is an integral part of a farm of five hectares cultivated with citrus groves, olive groves and fruit trees.
Carefully restored, today it has been transformed into a charming residence for travelers looking for elegance and charm, tranquility and quiet under the banner of true "slow living".
The courtyard and the garden of the villa become a great outdoor living room and the belvedere offers truly breathtaking views, surrounded by a thousand green and the scents of plants, each of which brings with it a story or a memory. The zagare, jasmine, citrus and other essences make this space a sort of refreshment for the soul, where the relaxation and tranquility of nature are combined with elegance and charm.
Breakfast during the summer is served in the courtyard, while in the colder periods guests can enjoy a wide variety of typical Sicilian products in the ancient and evocative palmento.
Each of the five rooms of Verde Nobile has its own name and history, furnished with different styles and equipped with every comfort. Thick lava stone walls and a system of arches on the façade protect the building from the sirocco winds, ensuring a cool and ventilated microclimate.
Thanks to its strategic position Verde Nobile guarantees a comfortable and fast arrival to the tourist places of Catania, Acireale, Taormina, Etna Syracuse and its Greek theaters and Piazza Armerina.