Scicli

UNESCO World Heritage Site
Scicli is a town in the province of Ragusa famous for its natural and artistic beauty. In 2002 the UNESCO awarded its historic center the title of ‘world heritage site’ due to a presence of stunning scenery, both historical and artistic, mainly characterized by the Baroque style.

The symbol of the baroque style in Scicli is its numerous masks, often irreverent, that embellish the facades of Nobel palaces, and the most symbolic is the Beneventano.

The charm and beauty of its streets, its churches and palaces have always attracted all its visitors leaving them mesmerized, especially when the sun goes down and the town lights up resembling a living nativity scene.

All this and more has made Scicli a main attraction for filming movies and television series, mainly Alberto Sironi director of "Il Commissario Montalbano", (“Inspector Montalbano” ) an Italian television series based on the novels written by author Andrea Camilleri.

RAGUSA

UNESCO World Heritage Site

MODICA

UNESCO World Heritage Site

DONNAFUGATA CASTLE

UNESCO World Heritage Site

SCICLI

UNESCO World Heritage Site