Explore Samperi, A Typical Sicilian Village And Its Astonishing Beaches

Explore Samperi, A Typical Sicilian Village And Its Astonishing Beaches
Giuseppe
Giuseppe 
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Samperi is a typical Sicilian fishing village located in the southeast coast of Sicily, in Ragusa area.

Samperi is a common destination in Sicily for people who want to have a relaxing time and enjoy a beautiful seaside. Samperi indeed offers to travelers two golden sand beaches and a slow and quiet break together with its 627 residents.

Take a break from your chaotic urban life in Samperi

explore samperi, a typical sicilian village and its astonishing beaches | take a break from your chaotic urban life in samperi

Samperi is an old and typical hamlet of fishermen with a very tiny and nice historical center made of stone houses and paved streets. As you can see in the picture, Samperi is located along the coast, with bars and restaurants offering typical Sicilian seafood dishes.

The best way to experience Samperi would be renting a vacation house for a week or more exploring all the beautiful villages, beaches and archaeological areas nearby.

Discover Samperi with all its alleys, stone houses and historical heritage

explore samperi, a typical sicilian village and its astonishing beaches | discover samperi with all its alleys, stone houses and historical heritage

According to the legend, the name Samperi comes from Saint Peter, who is said to have unloaded at Samperi harbor during his journey to Rome in 40 A.C.

Proofs of human life in this area are incredibly old, indeed at Costa ri carro, an area near the Samperi smaller sand beach, researchers found evidences of rock excavations dating back to the Neolithic Era. Some archaeologists state that in today’s Samperi location was an ancient Greek colony devoted to the god of Sun, music and poetry, Apollo.

Samperi will welcome you with the kindness of its people and with its warmth weather, perfect to enjoy a wonderful sea bath!

Enjoy an amazing beach at La Spiaggetta Camping

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10 minutes driving from Samperi, you will find “La Spiaggetta Camping”, a beautiful and fully optional camping area with a car parking, bathrooms, showers, electricity and an astonishing golden sand beach.

The sand is also called “Saharan sand” for its color, its thin quality and the dunes located all over the beach covered by vegetation. This camping lays on a 54.000-sq m area with direct access to 1.8 meters of sand beach and a smooth rock coast. La Spiaggetta Camping is surrounded by typical Mediterranean scrub, with beautiful agaves and prickly pears.

Take a refreshing seabath at La Spiaggetta Camping

explore samperi, a typical sicilian village and its astonishing beaches | take a refreshing seabath at la spiaggetta camping

As you can see in the picture, at La Spiaggetta Camping you can experience a relaxing sea bath in a stunning location.

This picture was taken at dawn, the perfect moment if you want to enjoy a quiet break in nature looking at a spectacular play of lights.

At the end of this beach, you will find Pisciotto, a unique example of industrial architecture, a big brick furnace shut down after a big fire in 1900.

The camping’s staff is very welcoming and always ready to help. Here you can also find a bar and restaurant area where concerts, piano bar and DJ sets take place.

Enjoy an exciting vacation in this amazing area of Sicily!

Explore Samperi and La Spiaggetta Camping, two beautiful seaside areas where you can live a relaxing trip, full of culture and nature.

Try the typical Sicilian food, especially granita, seafood and salty beignets called scacciate.

The best way to visit this area is by car, in order not to miss any of the astonishing places nearby as: Ragusa, Marina di Ragusa, Ispica, Scicli, and others.

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Hi, I am Giuseppe and I am a 24 year-old musician and traveler from Italy. I was born in Sicily, a land of history, mysteries, beautiful landscapes and astonishing seaside spots. At the age...Read more

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