WE ARE STILL CLOSED. IN SPRING WE WILL BE OPEN ONLY ON RESERVATION (well in advance and telephone contact)

For phone calls in English only +39 3473079242 or + 39 3408099819

NO CAMPER, NO CARAVAN, NO AIR-CAMPING: we do not provide any service for campers, caravans and similar. Not even loading/unloading.

The kiosk is active from 11 July to 31 August. The organization of jam sessions and similar activities coincides with the period of activity of the kiosk.

RECEPTION: (from 11 July to 31 August) from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and from 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm, however, if you can't find anyone, call us...
< br> Check in :
- bungalows, from 13:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 19:30
- camping, from 11:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 19:30

Check out :
- bungalow, before 10:30 am
- camping, before 11:00
AGRICAMPING SOPHIA

Who are we? We are a group of musicians, educators and philosophers who have decided to roll up their sleeves and come up with a way not to leave their land, just going back to the land. Leveraging on our proud scouts and peasant roots, we set up an specialized camp site, for tents only,in one of the most enchanting places in Sicily. However, if you do not want to give up too many comforts, we also have an village area dedicated to wooden bungalows, mobile homes, glamping tents and the possibility of using the B&B option (bed and breakfast).

Where are we? Between Marzamemi and Pachino, in the municipality of Noto, close to the Vendicari Reserve and the sandy beaches of San Lorenzo, a strategic area to easily visit the south-eastern Sicily, especially the Baroque and archaeological areas of Noto, Scicli, Modica, Ragusa, Syracuse, Palazzolo Acreide, Ispica and Rosolini. We are also a few kilometers from Portopalo di Capo Passero and from the caribbean beaches on the Mediterranean such as Carratois, Costa dell'Ambra and Granelli.

Where to eat? In addition to the countless excellent catering activities that the area offers (but which we will be pleased to tell you about it in person...), inside the campsite we have a kiosk in which we offer lively breakfasts and quick dinners, with particular attention to typical local products. Moreover from the campsite it is possible to directly access the adjacent Sultana Wines.

Where to shop? Within a kilometer there are at least three supermarkets, various farms that sell their excellent fruit and vegetables directly and in Portopalo a thriving fish market.

In any case, if you are looking for a typical tourist village, with group dances and aperitif games, unfortunately we are not for you. And we don't have a swimming pool because, given that there are plenty of swimming pools in Milan or Turin, let's assume that you come here to Sicily for our beaches and our sea. But would you seriously go fifteen hundred kilometers to jump into the pool?!

Do you know how to play or sing? So don't worry, nobody will take away a jam session with us! If you are a guitarist, a bassist, a drummer, a keyboardist or a singer, here you already find everything you need! This is our animation: play with you!

Warning! Here we separate and do well. If your sense of civic spirit stays at home while you are on vacation, keep looking… Probably not for you.

The staff of the Agricamping Sophia

TENT
PLACES

Tent Pitchs, served by electricity and water (only for drawing), are distributed under the shadow of a fruit and olive tree groves, along 5700 square meters.

BUNGALOW
SOCRATE

The “Socrate” Bungalow is the right accommodation for those families or friends groups of 4-6 persons, who need large spaces.

MOBILE HOME
PLATONE

It is the right accommodation for families or friends groups of 4-5 persons

MOBILE HOME
ARISTOTELE

It is the right accommodation for those who even if loving an essential, in contact with nature, vacancy, does not intend to reject some comforts.
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