Pantalica, or rather the Rupestrian Necropolis of Pantalica, is one of the most important Sicilian protohistoric places, useful for understanding the moment of transition from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age on the island.
The Villa Romana del Casale has been included since 1997 in the World Heritage List, protected by UNESCO. His archaeological excavations are always in continuous discovery.
Thanks to its geographical position and climatic conditions, the Biviere di Gela Nature Reserve is one of the most important migration and resting areas for waterfowl passing through the long winter before returning to Northern Europe.
It rises from the ruins of the ancient city of Ragusa, and rebuilt after the earthquake, according to the ancient medieval structure. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage thanks to the many details in the Baroque style.
Taste the delights of the Ragusa area, from dairy products to our fresh fish. Follow our “wine roads”, they will take you to discover the most beautiful vineyards in Sicily.