Surroundings Siracusa, Noto, Modica - South East side

  • Ispica

    Little town close to the long sandy beach of Santa Maria del Focallo and the caves and sea stacks of...

  • Donnafugata

    15km south west of Ragusa, the castle of Donnafugata is a fifteenth century noble residence of absolute charm. The castle...

  • Ragusa Ibla

    Walking along the streets of Ragusa Ibla, also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, and discovering its baroque architecture...

  • Modica

    Modica is a true jewel, one of Sicily’s loveliest towns, elected an UNESCO World Heritage site in 2002. A maze...

  • Portopalo di Capo Passero

    This is the southernmost point of Sicily, right below the latitude of Tunis. It offers gorgeous views. The island of...

  • Marzamemi

    When the Moors first arrived in Sicily, this is where they made landfall. Marzamemi is a little pretty village with...

  • Noto

    UNESCO World Heritage site, Noto, is known as the most stunning baroque town in Sicily. Noto is magnificent and appears...

  • Siracusa

    Siracusa is a must destination and also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Ortigia, Siracusa’s Città Vecchia (Old Town) was originally...

  • Palazzolo Acreide

    Another baroque UNESCO World Heritage treasure, Palazzolo Acreide is only about 20 km west from Siracusa. The town is lively...

  • Caltagirone

    The city has been long famous for its local production of pottery, particularly maiolica and terra-cotta wares. The main landmark...

  • Piazza Armerina

    The main aim of any visit to Piazza Armerina is the beautiful "Villa del casale". The villa is an absolute...

  • Cavagrande del Cassibile

    A wide canyon with amazing landscapes dotted with ponds, refreshing brooks and waterfalls and rich in flora and fauna. Also...

  • Pachino

    The town is known as an agricultural and wine producing centre and is synonymous with a variety of sweet, cherry...

  • Vendicari

    The nature reserve of Vendicari, with its waterside scenarios is well preserved and well maintained and hosts a wide range...

  • Riserva marina del Plemmirio

    The waters surrounding the east coast of the Maddalena Peninsula hide a truly spectacular sunken world of cliffs and caves,...

  • Fiume Ciane e Saline di Siracusa

    The only place in Europe and outside the Nile Basin where papyrus grows wild. The salt pans are an ideal...

  • Necropoli di Pantalica

    The necropolis of Pantalica is the biggest world’s necropolis and UNESCO world heritage. About 5000 cave graves digged in the...

  • Scicli

    Lesser known than its prestigious neighbours (Ragusa, Noto and Modica) but just as fascinating, Scicli is yet another baroque gem...