In one of the narrow streets surrounding the old city center, 150 meters from the 18th-century Cathedral of St. John the Baptist was born in March 2016, "Casa 34", a modern and efficient structure with 6 rooms for a total of 14 beds with independent entrances and services.
The standard double room has a bathroom with shower, hairdryer, heating and automatic air conditioning. Included in the price are the cleaning and refurbishment of the rooms.
From the terrace of "Casa 34" you can admire still uncontaminated landscapes of the territory of Ragusa and the neighboring territories. But the only one is the view of the old quarter of Ibla which can be reached in a few minutes if you want, even on foot, through a path made of lanes And staircases whose charm still smells in millennial history.
⦁ I use full kitchen
⦁ tv color 32 "L. C.D
⦁ youR Phone
⦁ WI .FI
⦁ Parking space at 50 meters
⦁ On request, service from and to the airport .
⦁ Possibility of guided tours in the neighborhood of the ancient Ibla and in the baroque sites of south-eastern Sicily.
Ragusa is located in the heart of the Ible Mountains just over 600 meters above sea level. It extends over three hills connected by three bridges built in different periods (1836 - 1938 and 1964). The city's lowest quarter is the ancient Greek colony Hybla Herea, today Ragusa Ibla.
Greek, Roman civilizations. Arabs, Normans, Aragons who have succeeded over the centuries, relive visitors to cultures, customs and customs that have been preserved intact over time.
In just 15 minutes you can reach Marina di Ragusa, a renowned tourist resort, a natural seacoast of the city. - beaches of soft golden sand and crystal clear waters are just some of its peculiarities.
Not far away, overlooking the sea, stands the balcony of the house of Commissioner Montalbano, the protagonist of the homonymous novel by Andrea Camilleri, also made famous by visual visual fiction.
From Ragusa, a town in the center of the south-east of the island's highlands, it is possible to reach all of its 12 municipalities with short routes: Acate, the ancient fifteenth Biscari-, Chiaramonte Gulfi, the City of Comiso, Art and crafts culture - Giarratana, the pearl of the Iblei - Ispica, Cave, Liberty and Baroque - Modica, fragrances and stories of baroque lands - Monterosso Almo, an unspoilt nature - Pozzallo, the Mediterranean terrace - Santa Croce Camerina descendants of the Hellenic Colonies Kamarina and Kaucana - valley towns - Victory, a remarkable example of the Liberty style, now a center of floricultural cultivation.
In the year 2002, UNESCO recognized Ragusa as a world heritage site of humanity by inserting it into the Word Heritage List, as the utmost expression of the late Baroque age of eastern Sicily. 18 of its monuments have been regarded as human heritage.
With a short excursion it is possible to reach Val di Noto, a wonderful witness of the Baroque era, and visit the city of Noto and its famous Cathedral
The sea and the Ragusan coast make an intense and deep landscape. Here the earth becomes rock and light meeting the sea along a coastline extending for over 80 Kilometers in an alternate and at Macconi (Marina of Acate), the majestic dunes.
Nature enthusiasts can take ecological walks in the area and admire the Aleppo Pine Nature Reserve and the special Wild Forest Reserve of the Irminio River.
Taking a tour in the iblea province is a precious opportunity to discover the smells and flavors of materials crafted skillfully by artisan craftsmen who translate into a gastronomy and craftsmanship that is reasonably considered a unique historical and environmental heritage.
Describing in a few lines the variety of iblei food and wine products is, almost impossible. Just to name a few:
The "cosacavaddu" cheese is a DOP (denomination of protected origin) "considered, not only for its shape and color, the" bullion ingot "; The oil of the Ible mountains is an excellence recognized by the prestigious European brand; The chocolate of Modica still produced today according to the techniques of Mexican growers who arrived in Sicily in 1600 with the Spanish domination; The "Cerasuolo" of Vittoria, a wine that in 2005, the only case in Sicily, was recognized as a DOCG product (a controlled and guaranteed designation of origin).
Ultimately, but only for space reasons, nods to the other excellencies; Bakery products (famous is pastadura bread mixed with natural yeast and fired in stone ovens); Chocolate and ricotta dolceria from the livestock farms in the area; Honey production of wild thyme and carob; The muffin still prepared with old and rigidly manual techniques ..
A taste route can be prepared following the visitor's wishes, since it is not possible to prepare a standard because of the multiplicity and uniqueness of the productions of the Ragusa campaign.
How to reach us :
⦁ From the nearby Comiso airport in less than 20 minutes following the state road n. 115.
⦁ From Catania Airport In about 50 minutes on the Catania-Ragusa (S.