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This is somewhere to visit on your tour of Noto. It is a quiet church with ornate ceiling paintings and a Baroque interior leading to a magnificent altar. You can linger and rest here if it is hot outside. We did not visit the bell...More
Honestly the interior is lovely, but do not visit unless you plan on climbing the spiral stairs to the bell tower. As others have pointed out, the views are simply fantastic, allowing you to see Noto in all its baroque splendor and realize how meticulous...More
Lovely and wonderfully preserved little Baroque church, where it is possible to visit the terrace of the bell tower. For €2 climb the 80 steps of the stone spiral staircase to reach the terrace, which offers great views down Corso Vittorio Emanuele and across Noto....More
We did not spend too much time visiting the actual church because a funeral service was about to commence (we did not realise it until we ventured close enough to the altar to see the casket, the picture of a lovely old lady and a...More
The main draw for this nice baroque church on the main Corso, is the very steep climb up to the bell tower from which there are terrific views across all of Noto. Those of the Duomo and surrounding buildings are particularly noteworthy. Go up early...More
My wife and I visited the Chiesa di San Carlo Borromeo in Noto during a two-week vacation in Sicily. It is located on the main Corso Vittorio Emanuale on which most of the churches in Noto are situated.
Entry is free but there is an...More