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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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The Royal Gate of Noto (Porta Reale) is a large triumphal arch that marks the beginning of Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the main street of the city. It is also known as Porta Ferdinandea.…

The Church of San Carlo al Corso in Noto, with its curvilinear façade, characterizes the scenery of Corso Vittorio Emanuele. Also known as the Church of the College, it is one of the monuments included in the UNESCO Itinerary of the Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto.…

The Loggia del Mercato di Noto is the former site of the city's food market.  Inside 12 rooms, covered by a wrought-iron portico, were set up the stores of butchers and fishmongers. The loggia is located on Via Rocco Pirri, is enclosed by a gate and opens on three sides between ancient noble palaces including Palazzo Nicolaci.…

Palazzo Landolina di Sant'Alfano was the summer residence of one of the richest and most powerful families in the city.…

The Teatro "Tina di Lorenzo" is the main theater of the city of Noto. It was built between 1855 and 1870 at the insistence of the people who wanted more cultural and musical events…

The Church of San Domenico in Noto is located in the third large space that opens along Corso Vittorio Emanuele. It is considered by many to be the most representative monument of the late Baroque in Noto.…

The Church of San Francesco of Noto is the first great surprise that greets the visitor who enters through the Royal Gate. Situated at the top of a majestic three-stage ramp, it is certainly one of the most picturesque religious buildings in the whole of Noto.…

The Basilica del Santissimo Salvatore (Most Holy Redeemer) is a splendid example of the transition between late Baroque and Neoclassicism in Noto.…

The Gallery of Contemporary Art Elvira Emilia Pirrone Resso is a museum located in the former convent of the Church of Santa Chiara in Noto.…

The Church of Santa Chiara in Noto is one of the most beautiful examples of baroque art in the city. By paying a separate entrance fee, it is possible to access the terrace of the church, from where there is a fantastic view of the Cathedral of Noto and the entire skyline.…

Palazzo Di Lorenzo Castelluccio is one of the most beautiful noble residences you can visit in Noto. The palace was designed in 1782 by the architect Vincenzo Sinatra for Corrado Di Lorenzo, Marquis of Castelluccio.…

Palazzo Ducezio is a historic 18th century palace and the seat of Noto's Town Hall. Its location in the building along Corso Vittorio Emanuele is not accidental.…

Palazzo Nicolaci di Villadorata is one of the largest private residences in Nota. Built in the 18th century in Baroque style, it was the town residence of the noble Nicolaci family.…

The Cathedral of Noto, dedicated to St. Nicholas, is one of the best examples of Baroque architecture in the city. With its grandeur it dominates Corso Vittorio Emanuele in a position diametrically opposed to Palazzo Ducezio, seat of the town hall.…

Ragusa's Church of Santa Maria dell'Itria, with its blue dome, is one of the most famous corners of the city. Originally built by the Order of the Knights of Malta, it was rebuilt in its present form after the earthquake of 1693.…

The Capuchin Catacombs are one of the most famous and eerie places in Palermo. This "museum of death" has been attracting curious people from all over the world since the 18th century, when it became an essential destination for travelers on the Grand Tour.…