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From Unesco heritage sites, to the celebrations of Holy Week, passing by the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Sicily offers endless reasons to visit it for the first time and come back again to appreciate each place. Get inspired by our itineraries to plan your next vacation or create your own personalized itinerary with our advice on what to see in each province.

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Palazzo Zacco is one of the noble residences of Ragusa, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Built in the second half of the 18th century, it has typical late Baroque balconies decorated with grotesque corbels and anthropomorphic figures.…

Palazzo Bertini is one of the eighteen monuments in Ragusa included by UNESCO in the serial site Late Baroque Town of the Val di Noto. Built at the end of the 18th century, it was modified in the following century when the street level was lowered.…

Cava Gonfalone (Gonfalone quarry) is an important site of industrial archaeology in Ragusa. A latomia where stone blocks were quarried to rebuild Ibla and to construct the buildings of the new part after the earthquake of 1693.…

Marianelli Beach, or Spiaggia "do Iancu" as the locals call it, is one of the five beaches of the Vendicari Reserve. The fine golden sand and the crystal clear sea make it an absolute must.…

Eloro Beach is one of the five beaches of the Vendicari Reserve. The very fine sand, the presence of some freshwater marshes and the Mediterranean scrub make this corner of Sicily one of the most beautiful.…

The beach of Vendicari is one of the five beaches of the natural reserve of the same name. The ruins of the Tonnara di Vendicari, combined with the crystal clear sea and golden sand, make this place in Sicily a must-see destination.…

The beach of Cittadella dei Maccari is one of the five beaches of the Vendicari Reserve. It takes its name from the nearby archaeological remains of a Byzantine settlement. It is the southernmost beach and marks the border of the reserve.…

Calamosche Beach, or Funni Musca as the locals call it, is the most famous of the five beaches of the Vendicari Reserve. Its position, squeezed between two rocky promontories, makes it a small oasis with a calm and crystal clear sea.…

The Civic Museum "L'Italia in Africa" is a small museum in Ragusa, founded in 2009. Inside are exhibits of memorabilia from the period when Italy had four colonies on the African continent (1885 - 1960).…

Ragusa's Church of the Annunziata is located inside the ancient Giudecca of the city. Destroyed by the earthquake of 1693, it was rebuilt in the 18th century by the Battaglia family of Torrevecchia.…

The construction of the church of Santa Maria dello Spasimo in Ragusa dates back to the beginning of the 16th century. Badly damaged by the earthquake of 1693, it was rebuilt in the eighteenth century.…

Rosso Cinabro is the Sicilian cart painting and restoration workshop of Biagio Castilletti and Damiano Rotella. It is located in the heart of Ragusa Ibla, a short walk from the Cathedral of San Giorgio.…

The ancient portal of San Giorgio is the only remaining element of an ancient church built in the 15th century and dedicated to the patron saint of Ragusa.…

Palazzo Arezzo di Donnafugata is one of the most impressive noble residences in Ragusa. Built at the end of the 18th century, it was extensively modified in the 19th century by Baron Corrado Arezzo de Spuches.…

The Teatro Donnafugata, the only one in the city of Ragusa, is located inside the Palazzo Arezzo di Donnafugata. It was built in the second half of the 19th century, as part of a larger project for the renovation of the palace, requested by Baron Corrado Arezzo de Spuches.…

La Cattedrale di San Giovanni Evangelista di Ragusa è uno dei monumenti che fa parte del sito seriale Unesco: Città tardo barocche del Val di Noto. La storia di questa imponente chiesa è legata alla ricostruzione della città dopo il terremoto e alla nascita della "nuova" Ragusa.…

Palazzo Cosentini (Cosentini Palace) is one of the most beautiful baroque villas in Ragusa. Its balconies, varied and rich in details, are the most characteristic among those of the city.…

The Church of Santa Maria delle Scale in Ragusa is surely one of the most famous and photographed sights in the city. It marks the beginning of a path made of stairs that connects the new town to Ragusa Ibla.…

The Cathedral of San Giorgio in Ragusa is one of the most beautiful late baroque monuments in the city. Designed by the architect Rosario Gagliardi, it dominates the Ibla panorama with its neoclassical dome.…

Palazzo Arezzo di Trifiletti is one of the most beautiful historical residences in Ragusa Ibla. From its balconies you can enjoy a unique view of the Cathedral of San Giorgio.…

The church of Santa Maria del Gesù in Noto was built in memory of the church of the same name in Noto Antica, which was destroyed by the earthquake of 1693.…

The Fountain of Hercules is a work created in 1757 by the sculptor Giuseppe Orlando. At the top there is a statue of the Greek hero from Noto Antica.…

The Church of San Michele Arcangelo in Noto is the last religious building along Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the main street of the city. Its construction dates back to the end of the 18th century and is characterized by a simple but elegant elevation.…

The Church of Montevergine in Noto, with its typical concave dome, is certainly one of the symbols of the city. Together with via Nicolaci, it forms a truly splendid setting that becomes the protagonist every year during the Infiorata di Noto.…

Palazzo Astuto di Fargione is one of the old noble palaces of Noto that can be visited in via Cavour. Probably designed by the architect Vincenzo Sinatra, it once housed a rich and prestigious museum.…

Palazzo Trigona di Cannicarao is one of the three noble residences that can be admired along Corso Cavour in Noto. Together with Palazzo Di Lorenzo Castelluccio and Palazzo Astuto, it contributes to the beauty of the second most important street in the city.…

Palazzo Impellizzeri di San Giacomo is one of the seven noble palaces that can be visited in Noto. It is located in a panoramic position at the top of the hill and houses the State Archives of Noto.…

The Church of Santa Maria dell'Arco di Noto is located at the intersection of Via Ducezio and Via Speciale Viceroy. It was the first mother church of the city, built after the destruction of the earthquake of 1693.…

Palazzo Rau della Ferla, a splendid seventeenth-century aristocratic residence, is one of the monuments that are part of the UNESCO serial site Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto.…

The Church of Ecce Homo in Noto is also known as the Church of the Pantheon because it contains the bodies of twenty soldiers who died during the First World War.…

About 5 km from Noto it is possible to visit the Hermitage of San Corrado Fuori le Mura. The place where it is located is the so-called "Valley of the Pizzoni", where Corrado Confalonieri settled between 1322 and 1351.…

The former convent of San Tomaso di Noto is an imposing building located in the upper part of the city, also known as Piano Alto. Today, together with two other buildings built later, it is the seat of the Noto prison.…

The church of Sant'Agata di Noto, designed by the architect Rosario Gagliardi, is the oldest of the churches rebuilt in the city after the earthquake of 1693.…

The Church of the Annunziata in Noto is located in Via Trigona, in the upper part of the city and just opposite the Church of Sant'Agata.…

The Church of the Santissimo Crocifisso (Most Holy Crucifix) in Noto is one of the richest religious buildings in the city. Second in size only to the Cathedral, it dominates the so-called Piano Alto, the upper part of Noto.…

The Civic Archaeological Museum of Noto (Mucian) is housed in the old convent of the Santissimo Salvatore. Its ten rooms contain hundreds of artifacts from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages.…