Welcome

Le Dune Hotel

Welcome

Le Dune Hotel

Welcome

Le Dune Hotel

Welcome to Sampieri a small place full of charm.
Let yourself be surrounded by the warmth of Le Dune Hotel and the beauty of Sicily.

About Us

Le Dune hotel is located in Sampieri, a seaside village in province of Ragusa, at 50 mt from the beach and close to the most beautiful Baroque towns (Scicli, Modica, Ragusa, Noto, Syracuse). The hotel is under new management and recently renovated. Antonio and Daniela decided to mix their experience and their strengths to make this common dream come true: their own hotel to convey their idea of hospitality made of passion, enthusiasm and small attentions towards their guests.

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Rooms

Hotel offers welcoming bedrooms to make confortable the guests’ stay and to satisfy the needs of any guest for business trips, couples and family holiday.
Single room: the single rooms (from 12mq to 15mq) are simple and essential with single or double bed. All provided with shower, courtesy line, hairdryer, TV, wi-fi connection, minibar, telephone, air conditioning with remote control, safe, balcony and/or window.

The beach

Sampieri’s coast has varied landscapes to satisfies all tastes. There are two beaches of very fine golden sand; the main one, with a stretch of Mediterranean dune, is about 3 km long. It starts from the historic center and ends near the Fornace Penna. The second one, known as the “La Spiaggetta”, is about 400 meters long and is located to the west, it stops stretches of rocky coast loved by snorkelers.
In 2021 Sampieri’s beach was awarded with the Green Flag.
It certified that beach as suitable for children because the shallow water are perfect for children to swim in.

Val di noto

The birth of Sampieri, an area close to the sea with houses – warehouses – streets in hard stone typical of the place, is mentioned in ancient texts (6th century BC) as “Apolline” deriving from the temple of Apollo which stood on tip “Pizziddu ”; while Arabs geographers mentioned it with the name of “Marsa Siklah” (Port of Scicli) where all the woods (boats) from Africa and the Orient arrived until the XIII century and before the silting up.