The apartment is in the ground floor of a corner house in the centre of Scicli, and while cars can come either way past the front door, they have to be small cars, and be ready to back up if someone comes the other way. The easiest place to park is Corso Umberto 1.
There were all the things we needed to sleep and wash and do a little basic cooking. It was just right for two people. The owner was lovely and very helpful, sending emails and letting us know what rubbish is collected on which day. Everything was clean, tidy and stored logically. Check out the dish with the business cards in it - some have a discount on offer for certain restaurants in town.
Being right in the centre of the town meant that it was easy to walk to find somewhere nice to eat and drink, and join in with the life of the town. It can get a bit noisy, but the windows and doors of the apartment blocked it out. There is a medical centre over the street from the apartment, so sometimes we found people sitting on the steps outside the door, or parking mobility scooters there. They were very good and moved over when we needed to get in and out of the apartment, and were not an issue. There are plenty of shops close by to get the essentials in.
The nearest beach is about six miles away; I think you really do need a car to explore them properly, though having a car we didn't really get to find out about bus or train services. Whether you go to Sampieri, Marina di Ragusa, Marina di Modica, Punta Secca - they are all nice. There are bus services to get to Modica or Ragusa and some train services (which we didn't get to explore) from Scicli.