Marzamemi, famous for its tuna bottarga and swordfish, is known for its tuna fishing, one of the most important in all of Sicily. Today it is no longer active, but you can still see the colorful fishing boats.
Piazza Regina Margherita is overlooked by the Palazzo Villadorata built by the Prince of Villadorata in 1752, then the Church of the Tonnara, now deconsecrated, and the new Church of San Francesco and Paola, still in full function and from where the processions dedicated to the patron saint started. holy beginning.
The day's itinerary continues towards Ragusa, in Val di Noto. The city rises on the Iblean Mountains and is divided into two areas: Ragusa Superiore and Ragusa Ibla.
Ragusa Superiore is the most modern part, while Ragusa Ibla, which constitutes the historic center of the city, is the oldest part. This is where our visit focuses.
Taking an uphill road we reach the Cathedral of San Giorgio, the patron saint of the city. ry suggestive.
Walking through the streets, you will notice historic buildings, houses, stairways and unique views.
Modica it is considered as one of the most picturesque cities in Sicily for a specific reason. Its structure, in fact, is characterized by an upper part (Modica Alta) and a lower part (Modica Bassa). In the upper part it is possible to admire the buildings carved from the mountain rock on which the city stands. Down, however, it is possible to walk along the famous Corso Umberto, the historic street of the city.
The city offers many ideas for admiring Baroque art.
Modica is also well-known for its chocolate. Famous throughout the world, it takes an ancient Aztec recipe. Obtained with a particular "cold" process, it is a dark chocolate flavored with exotic spices
- Private DELUXE chauffeured vehicle with English-speaking driver at disposal for 8 hrs
- Private expert guide at disposal for 8 hours
- Chocolate tasting
- Anything not specified in the Inclusions
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