Donnalucata is a maritime village in the town of Scicli, whose name seems to derive from an ancient source that according to a well-known Arab cartographer stood five times a day at times corresponding to those of the Muslim prayers, he wrote to the Sultan Saladin declaring he had found "Ayn-al-Awqat" meaning the source of the hours, which became latinized and named Donnalucata.
Aside from its significantly ancient origins, the main attraction of the village is its beautiful beaches.
You can find a beach characterized by fine golden sand, stretching long for almost the entire promenade, both modern and old, the latter exclusively pedestrian.
Not very far from the center there are the wildest and most pristine beaches, Palo Verde, Palo Rosso, Palo Bianco and Palo Spinasanta.
These beaches are characterized by their wild appearance and the presence of small natural bays which make the waters very calm and shallow near the shore, enough to soak up the sun while lying comfortably immersed in crystal clear waters.