Pozzallo and surroundings
Pozzallo is the perfect destination if you want to visit the Hyblean Coast characteristic for golden beaches and crystalline waters awarded with the European Blue Flag. Sikania Suite is located in a strategic position. From here you can easily reach the best touristic itineraries and the stunning Baroque towns: Modica, Scicli, Noto and Ragusa.
As known as the city of one hundred churches, is one of the most suggestive cities in the Province of Ragusa and in the entire island. It’s located south of Hyblean Mounts and it’s dived into two areas: Modica Alta (The high town) and Modica Bassa (The lower town). These parts of the town are connected with lanes, staircases and charming views. A must see is the Duomo of San Giorgio, the most representative building of the south-eastern Sicily.
Scicli rises between Val di Modica, Val di Santa Maria la Nova and Val di San Bartolomeo. This town is the most authentic expression of the Baroque style. The landscape offered is dotted with limestone dwellings, churches and quarries, which give a suggestive and fascinating visual impact. Scicli is also known as the city of Commissioner Montalbano. It’s a must to visit for the typical cuisine, for the proximity to the sea and for the characteristic architecture.
In recent years it has rediscovered its tourist vocation thanks to the beautiful beaches and the magnificent Iblean coast. The Basilica of San Giorgio, with its marvelous portal that has become the symbol of the city, has survived the 1693 earthquake. Also worth visiting is the Castle of Donnafugata, about 20 km from the city. For other tourist itineraries in Pozzallo and surroundings, contact the Sikania Suite staff. We help you choose the most interesting route.
A small jewel known as the Capital of the Baroque, 52 km from Ragusa, Noto is a UNESCO heritage city. Its beauty will impress you with its architecture, its monuments and buildings and its magnificent historic center. The city offers many attractions. It’s worth visiting the Cathedral of Noto, the Church of Santa Chiara and Convento delle Benedettine and Palazzo Nicolaci.