MARINA DI RAGUSA

The Wall is centrally located with respect to several places all interesting to visit and offers the advantage of the serenity of the countryside near the sea. The sea, clean and quiet, offers beaches with fine golden sand where you can take long and relaxing walks, collect shells and admire Read more…

CASTELLO DI DONNAFUGATA

The Wall is centrally located with respect to several places all interesting to visit and offers the advantage of the serenity of the countryside near the sea.The “Castle of Donnafugata”, ten minutes away, is one of the most impressive summer residences of the Sicilian nobility of the nineteenth century, was Read more…

RAGUSA IBLA

A few kilometers from La Muraglia, stands Ragusa Ibla, the oldest district of the historic center of Ragusa, which is a treasure to admire and, above all, to preserve, not only for the historical value of some churches and noble palaces, but also for the success that Ibla collects from Read more…

MODICA

Modica, about 20 minutes from La Muraglia, is a city of Neolithic origins among the most picturesque in the province and throughout Sicily; the appearance is mainly late Baroque dating back to the aftermath of the earthquake of 1693, the presence of picturesque alleys and streets full of old shops, Read more…

POZZALLO

Pozzallo, about 40 minutes from La Muraglia, is the only maritime municipality in the province lying by the sea with magnificent beaches very popular, bathed by the Mediterranean Sea and located in a strategic position for trade routes, is famous for the port, the largest of the free consortium and Read more…

CALTAGIRONE

Caltagirone about an hour from the Wall is the urban center located between eastern and central Sicily, overlooking the two largest plains of the island: those of Catania and Gela. It was historically part of the Vallo di Noto and is the leader of the district of Calatino (former District Read more…

NOTO

Noto is located about 60 minutes from the Wall. Defined as the “Capital of Baroque”, in 2002 its historic center was declared a World Heritage Site.The streets of the city are interspersed with scenic squares and imposing staircases that connect terraces and gradients. The unitary reconstruction produced a coherent urban Read more…

SIRACUSA

Located on the south-eastern coast of the island, Syracuse has a thousand-year history: counted among the largest metropolises of the classical age] excelled for power and wealth with Athens, which tried in vain to subjugate it. It was the homeland of the mathematician Archimedes, who placed himself at the head Read more…