Panoramic apartment located inside the Beneventano Del Bosco Palace, one of the most picturesque Baroque palaces in Ortigia, in the heart of the historic center of Syracuse. Access is through a sumptuous courtyard, paved with a now unobtainable black and white cobblestones. The internal distribution consists of five rooms, including two bedrooms and a kitchen. From inside the apartment there is access to an independent storage area with an area of about 20 square meters, as well as to the terrace of exclusive relevance. From the terrace, which occupies an area of about 128 square meters, you can enjoy an enchanting view of the great port of Syracuse and overlooks the courtyard access to the building. Currently a project for the extension of 60 square meters is being approved ... after having glanced at the Temple of Apollo, which remains on the left, continuing to walk through a labyrinth of alleyways we come to find in a large square in which immediately stands a huge Greek temple, of which the columns are still visible, and which seems to hide behind a church, from the current Baroque facade: it is the Duomo of Syracuse and the visitor, in admiring the Duomo and its square, also realizes that it is located at the highest point of Ortigia and, therefore, of ancient Syracuse, the most important city of Magna Graecia. Almost opposite is a building whose current facade dates back to the late 1700s, but which was originally built in the 1400s. From a panoramic apartment located inside this building you can admire both the Duomo and the splendid sea of Syracuse. And a terrace, pertaining exclusively to this apartment, is like a real pearl placed in the heart of these wonders of Greek and Baroque architecture, from which opens a splendid view of the sea and the enchanting sunsets of Syracuse.