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The Heart of Sicily
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Location & Experiences

Siracusa, Ortigia, and Surroundings

Amongst the Sea, Culture, and Beauty

Staying at Hotel Principe di Fitalia means being just stone’s throw away from the beautiful and historically rich locations of the Val di Noto, perfect for special days with family or friends. Explore some of the most beloved places in Sicily and savour the essence of our ancient traditions.

Syracuse, a city with millennia-old traces

Considered one of the most beautiful cities in Sicily, Syracuse is a jewel of history and magnificence with a welcoming and lively atmosphere. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005, the city is a mix of ancient charm and Baroque splendour, and the island of Ortigia, the oldest part of the city, offers a total immersion in wonder.

Ortigia, where the sea embraces history

The heart of Syracuse, the island of Ortigia is a place suspended between myth and reality. Let yourself be enchanted by its labyrinth of medieval streets, squares, and endless views of the sea. Do not miss the Fountain of Arethusa, the Temple of Apollo, and the Archaeological Park of Neapolis; they are truly worth it.

Noto, the capital of Sicilian Baroque

Gem of the Sicilian Baroque and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Noto is a city that enchants at first sight. Its cobblestone streets, churches, and golden stone palaces create a magical and timeless atmosphere. Do not miss the Cathedral of San Nicolò, the Municipal Palace, and the Teatro Vittorio Emanuele II.

Modica, as genuine as its chocolate

Famous for its chocolate, produced according to an ancient recipe dating back to the 16th century, the city of Modica is rich in history, culture, nature, and flavuors. Its Baroque historic centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the natural areas of the Madonie Natural Park and the Iblei Mountains Regional Park in the surroundings make it a perfect destination for everyone.

Scicli, ancient novel-like atmospheres

A city of ancient origins designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Scicli is nestled in a valley set among the hills just 9 km from the sea. It boasts evocative and magical Baroque architecture. In addition to being a masterpiece of art and culture, it is the birthplace of the writer Andrea Camilleri and the stage for the adventures of Commissioner Montalbano.

Ragusa, wonder with a dual soul

Known as the "city of bridges" due to the presence of 3 picturesque connecting bridges, the city is divided into two parts: Ragusa Ibla, a maze of narrow streets and winding alleys on the hillside, and Ragusa Superiore, a more modern part still rich in ancient charm. A Baroque jewel suspended in time, it will capture your heart.

Marzamemi, a romantic fishing village

A small fishing village overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Marzamemi will enchant you with its narrow streets and stone buildings immersed in a magical and romantic atmosphere. Do not miss the Tonnara, one of the symbols of the city, as well as the nightlife, which fills the district with music and joy.

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Your idea of a vacation in Sicily cannot help but include days of pure leisure by the sea, and there are truly enchanting ones near us.