All of it creates an exceptional mix of tourist attractions that offer the visitor endless opportunities to spend their stay in this land.
The Pantani of south-eastern Sicily, located in the extreme south of the Sicilian eastern coast, between the provinces of Ragusa and Siracusa, represent one of the most important systems of coastal wetlands in southern Europe.
The city has been included in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The Mother Church of San Nicolò in Noto is also the cathedral of the city, the main church of the diocese of Noto.
Marzamemi is a seaside village of which one part is in the municipality of Pachino (which is about 3 km away) and a second part is in the municipality of Noto (which is 20 km away).
The Vendicari Wildlife Oasis Natural Reserve is located between Noto and Marzamemi, important for the presence of marshes that serve as a resting place in the migration of birds.
Since ancient times Portopalo has been called in various ways, according to the precise characteristics of the place. Initially “Capo Pachino”, then “Terra Nobile”…
The beaches of Pachino shape the coast for a total of 8 km. The best known are those of Lido, Cavettone and Morghella on the Ionian coast…
Its historical importance begins towards the end of the fourteenth century, with the construction by the Chiaramonte, Counts of Modica, of a “Charger”.