It is part of the maritime town of Santa Croce Camerina, overlooking the Mediterranean with beaches characterized by rock formations.
The small village has become very popular thanks to the television series "Inspector Montalbano" (taken from the books of the same name by author Andrea Cammileri) who chose, along with others, the village as the filming location for the TV series.
The famous terrace, from which the main actor is often filmed on, is located at the center of a square next to the golden sandy beach and crystal clear waters.
The square has become the center of attraction not only for the famous terrace but also for the beautiful sunsets that you can enjoy from the stone benches that line the beach.
Among the other attractions of the square, is the Scalambri tower built around 1593 by Giovanni Cosimo Bellomo, with the aim of putting it near the other towers of Pietro (in Torre di Mezzo) and Vigliena (Punta Braccetto ) to defend the coast from being attacked.
Other attractions of the village are the lighthouse and the small harbor where you can buy fresh fish daily.