A tour that will take you inside one of the queens of the south-eastern Sicilian baroque: Modica. You will have the opportunity to explore the whole city, to feel the smells the flavors of tradition. A must is the cathedral of San Giorgio and the church of San Pietro, followed by a tasting of the chocolate of Modica, typical of the area, known all over the world, unique for its cold preparation. Leaving Modica, you reach the nearby Scicli, a beautiful village nestled between the Iblei mountains, which has made its architectural beauty its strength. In Scicli you find Via M. Penna, which became famous as the seat of the “police station” of Montalbano, an original building for its facade, able to create a great surprising effect for all the fans of the series. The tour ends with a relaxing walk along the seafront of Donnalucata, a characteristic seaside village that offers enchanting sunsets.
Tour Montalbano 2
How many times have you seen Montalbano descend by car from a large square dominated by a baroque church that takes your breath away? That is the cathedral of San Giorgio in Ragusa Ibla, the oldest district of the provincial capital, seen by everone as a city within the city. This is demonstrated by the characteristic narrow, winding streets, in which getting lost will not be unpleasant at all, because behind every corner dozens of noble churches are to be found, surrounded by the peace that brings you back to bygone days. Wonderful also the Ibleo Garden which, in addition to the plants and flowers and the two historic churches, houses a balcony from which it is possible to enjoy the view. Following a visit to Donnafugata, a town near Ragusa, in which there is a perfectly preserved castle that heads over the surrounding area. Stupendous park in which there is an intricate labyrinth and memorable baroque rooms inside. The tour closes in the seaside location of Punta Secca, home of the Montalbano seaside house, a setting that offers memorable sunsets combined with the warmth of the local people who are always friendly.