Not to be missed:
Our location is strategic as you can enjoy the sea and the beaches nearby, but just a few minutes away you can discover places of tourist and cultural interest that will leave you speechless.
Marina di Ragusa
The most popular seaside resort in south-eastern Sicily, visited every year by Italian and foreign tourists and appreciated for its beaches of fine golden sand. Its coastline is characterized by the presence of numerous accommodation facilities and places of entertainment, as well as wide sandy beaches, with shallow waters, ideal for entertaining even the little ones.
Its geographical location is in the heart of the Val di Noto, rich in baroque monuments, archaeological finds of ancient civilizations, landscape beauties and a fine food and wine tradition, will allow you to enjoy your beach holidays, to visit places of artistic and cultural interest. and to try the ancient flavors of Sicilian cuisine.
Punta Secca is a small fishing village characterized by the presence of a small formation of rocks in front of the main beach. In the small square of the tower is the house of the "Commissario Montalbano", made famous by the homonymous television series. The house cannot be visited inside, but it is equally the destination of thousands of fans of the series who go there specifically, if only to take a picture in front of the terrace. Hundreds of tourists now flock to the fascinating golden beaches of Punta Secca during the summer season, thanks also to the presence of several restaurants, bars and clubs that enliven the evenings of the ancient village.
Scicli is a Baroque city in the Val di Noto, which rises in the south-eastern part of Sicily, in a valley set between three hills about 25 km from Ragusa. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002, it is a must for those visiting the south east of Sicily and for all fans of the television series Il Commissario Montalbano, who will find here the most famous locations of the set. The city boasts very ancient origins, as evidenced by the late Byzantine settlements in the archaeological area of Chiafura, and was rebuilt in a Baroque style following the earthquake of 1693.
Visiting Scicli means taking a dip in the past, among palaces, baroque churches and ancient streets, and immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of its historic streets.
It is the ancient historic center of the city of Ragusa, famous throughout the world for its over fifty churches and numerous palaces, evidence of the highest expression of the Baroque in Sicily. Located on a hill, the small village of Ibla dominates the surrounding valley, with its small houses and streets on which the majestic Cathedral of San Giorgio reigns, the highest expression of the Hyblean Baroque. Ragusa ibla has become in recent years one of the most important tourist attractions in Sicily.
In 2002 the city was included among the Baroque UNESCO World Heritage sites of the Val di Noto. The city has become famous over the years thanks to the television series "Il Commissario Montalbano": if you are a true fan of fiction, you can find here the views and landscapes of Vigata and Montelusa, starting from Piazza Duomo and the Circolo di Conversazione in Piazza Pola appearing in several episodes of the series.
Located in the heart of the Val di Noto, in the south east of Sicily, and is the capital of the southernmost province of Italy. Immersed in an area very rich in natural and architectural beauties to visit, the city rises on the Iblei Mountains and is located next to the course of the Irminio river, whose mouth is part of a nature reserve located between Marina di Ragusa and Donnalucata.
Baroque architecture, which stands out for its flair and for the wealth of decorative elements on vaults, columns, capitals and facades, is the most widespread artistic style in the Ragusa area, where it flourished following the earthquake of 1693. The importance historical and artistic heritage of the city has meant that in 2002 it became part of the UNESCO heritage sites.
Baroque city of the Val di Noto, Modica is located in the south east of Sicily and has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage cities since 2002. It is a city of Neolithic origin, capital of an ancient and powerful County, which boasts a rich repertoire of gastronomic specialties, as well as a great artistic and cultural heritage. Today it is known above all for the production of the typical Aztec-derived chocolate. The historic center of the city, entirely rebuilt following the earthquake of 1693, is divided into two large districts: Modica Alta and Modica Bassa. Today, walking through the streets of Modica means making a journey steeped in history between late Baroque palaces, churches with majestic steps and great masterpieces.