Speak to an expert
020 7593 2288

Open 9 - 6 Mon to Thu, 9 - 5:30 Fri & 9 - 1 Sat



When the ancient town known as Neas to the Greeks, Netum to the Romans and which flourished as regional capital under the Arabs and Normans, was destroyed by the 1693 earthquake, the Spanish rulers of the time had to move the whole town some eight kilometres south. The resulting new town, with long straight avenues stretching down Mount Alveria, has one of the finest collections of Baroque churches and civic buildings in the world and is now an easily navigable World Heritage Site.



Masseria Della Volpe

3 nights from £768

including Flights, Car hire

Noto, Italy
Situated in the heart of the Val di Noto, Masseria Della Volpe is a beautifully restored farmhouse offering warm hospitality and the perfect environment in which to relax and unwind.

3 nights from £746

including Flights, Transfers

Noto, Italy
On an estate which has been producing olive oil since the 17th century, this collection of farm houses, built between almond and pine trees, now hosts a charming hotel. 

Staff Reviews

View all Staff Reviews

Our reservation consultants travel extensively to our holiday destinations throughout the year. They embark on regular visits to not only our most popular destinations such as Venice and Paris but also to our lesser visited cities and rural hideaways to ensure we have a comprehensive and detailed product knowledge.


Taormina and the East Coast of Sicily

By The Kirker Team, 07 March 2018

The natural starting point of an exploration of Sicily is its most famous and historic resort, Taormina. The old town centre is on the hillside of Monte Tauro, offering spectacular views…

Continue Reading

Accommodation options in Noto

Use the map to pin point our accommodation and find the hotel in just the right spot for your short break or tailormade holiday

To make an enquiry please speak to one of our experts on 020 7593 2288, or enquire online

Our expert reservations team regularly travel to a wide range of destinations to explore new cities, visit hotels and to research museums, galleries and restaurants so that we can offer the most up-to-date advice and recommendations.