Ragusa and the Southern Coast of Sicily, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy
Authentic, beautiful Sicily. A UNESCO world heritage site famed for its Baroque architecture and marvellous beaches.
Information about Ragusa and the Southern Coast of Sicily
The province of Ragusa, smallest and the youngest of the Sicilian provinces, in southern Sicily is one of the most fascinating and beautiful areas of the island. Essentially Baroque, the Ragusa you see today dates almost entirely from 1693.
Ragusa which has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO and, because of its beauty, has been used by a number of leading film directors as a film set.
Marina di Ragusa, a few kilometres to the south of the town has become a top class destination without losing any of its old world charm and character. The marina will be able to berth 800 private boats and yatchs
The beaches near Ragusa are spectacular: golden sand, clear water, clean and uncrowded beaches. A real paradise just a short distance from the city.
Marina di Modica
This place is beautiful at any time of year, with its milder climate compared to the city. The bay is a surf and windsurf lovers’ paradise thanks to its perfect exposure to the winds.
This beach is 30km from Ragus and truly wonderful, the water is crystal-clear and the landscape is historically and culturally interesting.
Marina di Pozzallo
Moorings for 120 medium size, because it has moorings for boats with a maximum length of up to 25.00 m and a maximum draught of 4.00 m. It includes a highly varied range of services available to its customers. The basic needs of its customers will be well met, because it has water and electricity.. The marina also has nautical services available.
A tiny village near to Ragusa, famous for its beautiful beach and stone cottages that look romantically out to sea.
Ragusa, Scicli and Modica are Baroque jewels. Modica is one of the most lovely cities in all Sicily. It grew up in the southern reach of the Iblean mountains.
Great local restaurants with excellent food, especially fish dishes. Carob is also used to make sweets, liquors and cakes.
Baroque towns of Ragusa, Noto and Modica
Basilica of St. George in Ragusa, Gagliardo's Baroque masterpiece
Archaeology Museum, Ragusa
Giardino lbleo in Ragusa Offers some fantastic views of the town.
Historical Temples of Agrigento.
The caves of Chiarafura are definitely worth visiting, dug out of the tufa rock, the caves were used as homes up till 1958.