5* Donna Carmela Resort & Lodges

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5* Donna Carmela Resort & Lodges

Donna Carmela is a historic residence between Etna and the Ionian Sea. It is a Resort surrounded by a lush garden of 10,000 square meters overlooking a nursery of Mediterranean and subtropical plants. Next to the Sicilian beam there are 8 lodges surrounded by vegetation that makes them unique and makes guests’ experience in full contact with nature. A privileged location for a relaxing holiday and at the same time an ideal starting point to discover the beauty of eastern Sicily: Etna, Taormina, Syracuse, Noto, Catania and Piazza Armerina. La Cucina di Donna Carmela, pure exaltation of the flavours of Sicily and authentic Italy thanks to our chef Piergiorgio Alecci. A work of eno-gastronomic research that goes deep and beyond the raw material declined in different tasting proposals that seal taste, understanding and experience.

Our Packages Includes


    Return tickets with Ponte Ferries: Valletta - Augusta / Augusta - Valletta

    Accommodation as per nights stated

    Daily Breakfast

    Port taxes and charges

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The prices, departure dates and details shown on these pages are only indicative, subject to change and need to be confirmed via telephone / email. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic developing, prices, departure dates and details are correct at time of publishing however may become incorrect and unavailable without notice. We kindly ask you to contact us in person at our offices, via telephone on 20151515 or via email on travel@rocsgrp.com for further information. Thank you for your understanding. Other terms and conditions may apply.

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ROCS Travel is an IATA accredited travel agency (IATA numbers 50209994 and 50200883) operating under the laws of the Republic of Malta – a member of the European Union. ROCS Travel is a founding member of the Insolvency Fund Malta. ROCS Travel represents Emirates Holidays in the Maltese islands.