Surroundings

Piazza Armerina is a city of art and culture, world famous for the Roman mosaics of the Villa del Casale.

Cavagrande Natural Reserve was established in 1990 to preserve the natural vegetation, restore the Mediterranean forest vegetation and preserve the archaeological treasures.

Among the most important centers of Syracuse, Palazzolo Acreide boasts an ancient history, dating back to the Corinthians of Syracuse who founded it in 661 BC.

The Vendicar's Natural Oasis is one of the protected areas most 'interesting of Sicily.

Modica, in the province of Ragusa, is a little paradise late Baroque, risen from the ashes of the disastrous earthquake of 1963.

A few kilometers from Palazzolo Acreide, perched on a hill, is Buscemi, a town-museum that preserves the agglomeration of a troglodyte settlement that recalls the ancient origins of the town of Buscemi.

Pantalica, or rather the ancient center of Syracuse, is a natural and archaeological localities of the province of Syracuse.

Scicli is located at the confluence of three valleys, namely Val di Modica, Santa Maria la Nova and St. Bartholomew, known locally as Cave.

Ragusa is the hub of the city of Ragusa, his most charming neighborhood thanks to the numerous palaces and churches that are found there.

Caltagirone is a very important center of ceramic's production and is a strong reminder for those who have the art handicrafts from the heart

Completely destroyed by the 1693 earthquake and rebuilt entirely in the eighteenth century, Noto is the undisputed capital of Sicilian Baroque,

According to Tito Livio, Syracuse is the finest and noblest between the Greek cities. Only in Syracuse