Historic sights, such as the Val di Noto and Rocky Necropolis of Pantalica, attract visitors from throughout the world.During a visit to the island, you will be surprised by the many facets of Sicily's enchanting landscapes, often wild and untouched, but always charming in their simplicity.Marvel at archaeological treasures Soak up the Sicilian sun and explore Siracusa's mesmerizing old city, Ortigia Bike through the Plemmirio Marine Nature Reserve, visit artists' shops and the lively local fish market or lounge on the rooftop terrace of our hotel overlooking the jewel-toned Mediterranean Sea.We want to make sure you're on the right trip and that you have the best experience possible.Locals and tourists alike come to peruse and shop for fresh vegetables, fish and fruit, possibly tasting the food specialties as breads and cheeses, but definitely taking part in the ritual of strolling around the narrow medieval streets and buying something "slow food km 0".Aeolian Islands Agrigento Castellammare del Golfo Catania Cefal Egadi Islands Enna Erice Giardini Naxos Marsala Modica Mondello Monreale Mozia Noto Palermo Piazza Armerina Ragusa San Vito Lo Capo Savoca Sciacca Scicli Scopello Segesta Selinunte Siracusa Taormina Trapani Ustica Ragusa is one of the most picturesque towns in Sicily.The town was originally built on a small steep-sided hill with deep valleys on three sides separating it from the high plateau.
This completely renovated Sicilian Baglio (fortified manor house) sits within 47,27 hectares of land and is surrounded by various archeological sites (the Greek temples of Selinunte and Agrigento, Eraclea, Segeste ecc) , the sea and wine yards olive grove IMPOSING HISTORICAL VILLA : Charming Villa located in Aspra, hamlet of Bagheria and dating from 1648.
The view from the upper town over Ragusa Ibla on its own separate hilltop is quite breathtaking.
One of the UNESCO-listed Baroque towns of south-eastern Sicily, Ragusa is also one of the principal filming locations for the Sicilian detective drama , a series which has done wonders for publicising the beauty of this area.
The Corinthians were the first settlers on the intriguing island of Ortigia which forms the main part of this ancient city.
Syracuse Cathedral has original Greek columns dating from the 5th century, the Temple of Athena within its massive walls and a handsome Baroque façade; it ranks as one of the most remarkable buildings in Sicily and is worthy of a journey in its own right.