In Marzamemi, you can start your journey with a souvenir photo at "I LOVE MARZAMEMI ". Then, you can take a dip into the past in the heart of theAncient Village of Fishermen and discover the history of salt production by visiting Le Saline di Marzamemi. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the historic Tonnara di Marzamemi and the symbol of the town's architectural heritage, the Palazzo di Villadorata. For a bit of tranquility, drop byIsolotto Brancati. Finally, admire the coast with a Boat Tour and relax in the sun on La Spinazza Beach.


In Reitani, you can start your adventure at Reitani Beach, a perfect place to enjoy the sun and sea. Afterwards, you can relax at Lido Beach Agua, known for its lively and welcoming environment. Don't miss the opportunity to visit La Casa Di Atlantide, a beautiful accommodation facility overlooking the beach. Finally, discover the delicious wines of Feudo Aliffi, a winery where you can savor the flavors of the region.


Noto, a Baroque city in Sicily, is a jewel of architecture. Entering through the Royal Gate, you are greeted by a panorama of historic buildings such as the Cathedral of Noto. Walking around, you will discover the Nicolaci Palace with its ornamental balconies and the Ducezio Palace, home of the town hall. Don't miss the Church of San Domenico and the Museo Civico di Noto , which offers a dive into the city's history and culture. Noto is a journey through the beauty of Sicilian Baroque.


Syracuse is a city rich in history and culture, with multiple tourist attractions. Among them,Ortigia Island is a must-see. Take a walk along the island's alleys to admire the beauty of the sea and local architecture. The Temple of Apollo and the market of Syracuse are other places of interest. The Port of Syracuse is a commercial and tourist port located on the southern Ionian coast of Sicily. The Maniace Castle, built between 1232 and 1240 by Emperor Frederick II, is another place to visit. The Fountain of Diana, located in Archimedes Square, the Neapolis Archaeological Park, the shrine of the Madonna of Tears, the Paolo Orsi Archaeological Museum, and the Catacombs of San Giovanni are other gems of Syracuse


Ragusa, located in the heart of Sicily, is a city that captivates visitors with its wealth of points of interest. Walking through the cobblestone streets of Ragusa Ibla, the old part of the city, one can admire the Baroque architecture that has made this area part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Cathedral of San Giorgio, a masterpiece of Sicilian Baroque, dominates the Ragusa skyline, attracting visitors from all over the world. Not far from there is A Rutta ri Ron Carmelu, a historical museum that offers a unique insight into Sicilian life and culture.

A few kilometers away, the historic center of Scicli, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, amazes visitors with its Baroque architecture. For nature lovers, Ragusa offers several hikes and trails in the area, including the Sorgente della Misericordia and the Cava della Misericordia.