Si informa che il Tribunale di Ragusa con sentenza n.24/2018 del 30.05.2018
ha dichiarato il fallimento della Donnafugata Resort S.r.l. 

E’ stato, pertanto, pubblicato sul portale delle vendite pubbliche (https://pvp.giustizia.it)
l’invito alla presentazione di offerte, scadenti il 31.10.2019 per la cessione dell’azienda.
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Siracusa, located on the southeastern coast of the  island at 100km from the Resort, is the fourth largest city in Sicily by population. In the past, it was one of the greatest cities of the ancient world and among the largest greek polis in the world. In  addition, for more than a millennium, until the 

Islamic conquest of Sicily, Siracusa was the most important city in Sicily and the island’s capital of the  Roman  and  Byzantine  Empire.  Characterized  by  enormous  wealth  and  important  historical evidences, in 2005 the city was awarded the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO along with the ancient Rocky Necropolis of Pantalica. 

The origins of Syracuse date back to the fourteenthcentury BC and refer to the remains of circular huts found on the island of Ortigia. The island of  Ortigia was the first settlement inhabited of the ancient Syracuse, which was founded in the eighth century BC by the Corinthians. Later, in 485 BC, the city was conquered by Gelon, tyrant of Gela, who defeated the Carthaginians in 480 BC. With Gelon, wars against Athens began and continueduntil 415 BC with the defeat of Athens. In the third and fourth centuries A.D. Syracuse fell under Roman rule until 476 AD. There followed various rules and between 663-668 Syracuse became the capital of the Eastern Empire. The  Normans  rediscovered  the  city  in  the  eleventh  century  and  Frederick  II  of  Swabia,  in  the thirteenth century, fortified the island of Ortigiawith Castle Maniace. In the sixteenth century, Charles V further enlarged and fortified the city, but in 1693 an earthquake completely destroyed the center which was rebuilt in Baroque style buildings. With the unification of Italy. in 1860, the Spanishwalls were demolished and the construction of the districts on the mainland began. 

Some places not to be missed

  • The Archaeological Park
  • The ancient Ortigia
  • Fountain of Arethusa
  • The Marine Aquarium
  • Santa Lucia and Caravaggio
  • The Catacombs of St. Giovanni
  • The largest archaeological museum in Sicily
  • The performance of the Puppets
  • The Vendicari Oasis
  • Marine Protected Area of Plemmirio



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