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Hibiscus is the exclusive restaurant of the Caiammari Boutique Hotel & Spa in Syracuse. The dishes proposed by our chef are a true celebration of the typical flavours and fragrances of Sicilian gastronomic tradition. The restaurant also offers a selection of local wines to accompany and complement each course.
The Caiammari Boutique Hotel & Spa serves a sumptuous and tasty buffet breakfast with genuine flavours, quality products and specialities such as the jams prepared with fruit from the orange and lemon groves in the Botanical Garden.
Magical places and moments
Pink Flamingo is Hotel Caiammari’s exclusive spa. Somewhere to relax and enjoy treatments that regenerate both the body and mind. Whether the purpose of your stay is a romantic break or a business meeting, find time to indulge yourself at our Spa and Wellness Centre, choosing one of the Wellness Centre’s treatments or lying back and enjoying the Jacuzzi.
The Caiammari Boutique Hotel & Spa is the ideal starting point of your journey to discover Syracuse and the other splendid baroque cities of Modica, Noto and Catania which will dazzle you with their history, architecture and the flavours of the local dishes, every morsel of which speaks of Sicily.
The area also offers visitors unspoilt landscape and magnificent views. The Caiammari Boutique Hotel & Spa is situated in the Area Marina Protetta del Plemmirio [Protected Marine Area of Plemmirio] and the Riserva Naturale Orientata di Cavagrande [Managed Nature Reserve of Cavagrande], one of the most authentic and unspoilt natural areas in Sicily.
Seafaring town of Marzamemi
Marzamemi is a beautiful town and offers different scenes at different times of the day, all full of charm. This small seafaring hamlet in the city of Pachino is characterised by its slow, laid-back way of life. Caiammari Boutique Hotel & SPA is in the ideal position to start exploring Sicily.Read More
Sea and Beaches
The Caiammari Boutique Hotel & Spa is in an ideal position to get to know and explore an area rich in unspoilt nature and biodiversity. Some beaches can be reached on foot while others are within a few kilometres, offering you a holiday with many different places to discover and admire.Read More
The baroque style pervades the city of Noto with elements built into an urban fabric that, although having different styles, has a structural harmony that gives the impression of all the buildings being interconnected, creating what has been called the perfect baroque city.Read More
Art and history in Syracuse
Syracuse is a city which is rich in tradition and celebrations are held to discover the customs and practices of this ancient city. Myths and tales will accompany your journey, making your holiday unforgettable.Read More
Catania, city of Etna
The city of Etna has a marked baroque influence and the Cathedral of Saint Agatha, in Piazza Duomo, is a splendid example of this. Visit the picturesque markets and stop to taste a crushed-ice drink or other treats of Catania’s wine and food tradition.Read More
Island of Ortygia
Ortygia is a city whose beauty will strike and bewitch you and it is just 9 km from the Caiammari Boutique Hotel & Spa. If you are visiting as a couple, it is a trip not to be missed and the romantic charm will win you over. Don’t forget to visit the Ear of Dionysius.Read More
The Protected Marine Area of Plemmirio, set up in 2004, is on the eastern coast of Sicily and has many interesting sea and landscapes with rocky coves, small sandy beaches and limestone cliffs, all with the crystal-clear water of the Mediterranean in the background.Read More
The Etna Volcano
Etna is an area of rare beauty. The largest active volcano in Europe dominates Catania and the other towns on its slopes. The craters, stratified lava flows, the dark colour of the earth and the white tuft of snow are an unparalleled natural spectacle.Read More
The baroque style in Modica
The number of places of worship in Modica has earned it the nickname “city of the hundred churches”, so it is a must for lovers of architecture and more. It has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 2002 and is a must for visitors to the Noto Valley (Val di Noto).Read More