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The TV set of famous Italian police show Montalbano is not a TV set, but a series of stunning baroque towns, beaches, monuments in southern Sicily
It doesn’t come more authentic than this. Immaculately kept, these towns are the Crown Jewels of Sicily, a richer,...More
Scicli may not be as famous as Noto or Ragusa, but is definitely worth visiting !
This place stole my heart instantly. It;s good for an evening stroll and a good dinner, but I believe that the best way to experience it is to go...More
Really tried hard to put Scicli up there with its other Baroque Val di Noto cousins but just couldn’t manage it. We only did three of the towns, Noto, Modica and Scicli. On a personal level don’t think we could have appreciated doing anymore back...More
We stayed nearby for a week in a villa for 8 and couldn’t get enough of pottering around this beautiful town.
Still mainly local families but such a warm friendly welcome everywhere we went.
Beautiful shops, churches and restaurants without the crowds of Modica.
Please don't get me wrong - I enjoyed Ragusa and Modica but Scicli and Noto are 2 special places plus they are small enough to really get around. I did a day trip via the train (For anyone coming via train be aware the train...More
I did not have this city in my plans for travel around East Sicily, but we stayed in a nearby agriturismo (farmhouse) so it was recommended by the hosts for food and walks.
At the time of our stay, there was a religious festival and...More
Well placed, being half an hour from Modica and an hour from Ragusa. It is also only 5 km from the coast so easy to get to Donnalucate and on to Punto Secco. The evenings are charming with many restaurants opening onto the main stretch...More
This is a.lovely town to visit with pretty areas to walk,baroque churches and of course the police station where Montelbano was filmed.
We tried a Seltz from the kiosk.We had lemon salt and soda.Never again as it was like drinking the sea.However do try the...More