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.
Modica boasts a rich repertoire of gastronomic specialties, it is best known for the production of the typical Aztec-derived chocolate.
Its historic center is one of the most significant examples of late Baroque architecture, and for its masterpieces the city has been included on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
The Pagoda of Comiso, a Buddhist temple, symbol of peace, was consecrated on July 7, 1997, after many years of work by the Japanese monk Morishita in a place where people from all over Europe arrived in the eighties to demonstrate nonviolence against the nuclear missile base.
Today the military base has been disarmed and transformed into an international civil airport.
Scicli is a center of the ibleo baroque of the Val di Noto, a World Heritage site on the UNESCO heritage list