The Province of Ragusa (Italian: Provincia di Ragusa; Sicilian: Pruvincia 'i Rausa) is a province in the autonomous region of Sicily in Italy, located in the south-east of the island. Its capital is the city of Ragusa, which is the most southerly provincial capital in Italy.
Restaurants in Province of Ragusa
5 based on 359 reviews
From over 20 years "gli AROMI" deals with the production and marketing of officinal plants and aromatic herbs, focusing on endemic species of the sicilian coast and in particular of the iblea area. The firm produces more than 150 different varieties using traditional methods.At the firm are organized real fragrance journey, tastings and tours for the custermers. Besides the sale in vase, we propose fresh packed aromas for high cookery. We shoot for to increase the product range, obtaining quality and excellence of the spiciese already produced, and also suggest guide tours for visitors. The tour includes a ride in the firm illustrating all the varietiese of the herbs and possible using.
5 based on 103 reviews
Truly artisan pastry and chocolate, which is prepared by a master who had been doing that for 34 years! The artist himself is friendly, open for communication, and I wish I had a cooking class here.
There are wide choice of marzipan figures, chocolate bars, and, of course, cannoli.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This became our favourite town and a great place to start a day exploring the area. We stayed near Punta Secca and spent a lot of time on the secluded beach near Sampieri. Scicli was a short drive away. From the Montalbano locations and it's winding streets to fantastic cafes, bars and restaurants it became our go to place to start any exploring of the area. Visited the town four times and barely scratches the surface but grew to love the place. Well worth a visit and well worth the drive from Punta Secca. It's a short drive away from the coast too. Loved it there.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This is the real deal! Give yourself enough time to just want around this baroque town, the main square, the Gardens, the side streets, meeting and talking with the people, shopping in many of the local shops. Plan on spending at least a couple nights in the picturesque town.
4.5 based on 894 reviews
4.5 based on 168 reviews
Luckily I was with someone who spoke fluent Italian and Sicilian so I could understand what Ron Carmelu was explaining about the way his grandfather and other people in the town lived. For me, learning about how they lived was the highlight of the day!
5 based on 301 reviews
The watermill “Cavallo d’Ispica” is an original piece of jewellery of rural art of the 18th century, situated on the northern part of the archaeological valley of Cava d’Ispica, few kilometres from Modica, centre of hyblean baroque as well as hometown of poet Quasimodo and famous for its renowned chocolate.
We were absolutely fascinated by the owner and his Mather, members of a family of millers since several generation. The water mill and the little museum are very well organised and the owner, son of the last Miller, is a very skilled and enthusiastic guide. This attraction is a real little gem that you do not expect. Top!
4.5 based on 117 reviews
This jewel of Sicilian Baroque is located on the pedestrianised Via Penna just along from the town hall. The wonderful exterior architecture dates from the 1760’s and the interior decorations, such as stucco and gilding date from 1854.
It’s worth visiting just for the ceiling decoration alone, and although a lot smaller than the Dormas in Modica and Ragusa it is just as impressive inside.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
This is a beautifully clean beach. We enjoy peace and quiet and here that is exactly what we get. Very few tourists, if any arrive here. Mainly local people from Ispica populate the beach during August which suits us just fine. From a very selfish viewpoint I'd really prefer tourists to stay away but I'm not a selfish person so I would really love to share this enchanting place with everyone. Ispica itself is not far away and there are plenty of bars with lots of really great ice cream. The sun is hot and the water is warm. The sand is fine and clean. We usually take a picnic but there are plenty of restaurants.
It is really a beach and a town that you shouldn't miss if you are coming to Sicily.
4.5 based on 401 reviews
Magnificent Baroque church, lavishly decorated with marble, gold and lapis lazuli. Despite the richness of the decoration, it has a very holy feel. Stunning.
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