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- Marina di Ragusa Beach
- Marina di Ragusa
- Cathedral of San Giorgio
- Giardini Iblei
- Castle of Donnafugata
- Chiesa di San Giuseppe
- Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista
- Archeological Park of Kamarina
- Church of Santa Maria dell'Itria
- Palazzo Sortino-Trono
- Ragusa Ibla
- Ragusa Superiore
- Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
- Museo Archeologico Regionale Ibleo
- Duomo di San Giovanni Battista
- Chiesa di Santa Maria delle Scale
- Chiesa di San Giorgio Vecchio
- Ragusa Archaeological Museum
- Via del Mare
- Castello di Donnafugata
Best hotels in Ragusa
Ragusa is a city in the south of Sicily, and is the capital of the province of Ragusa. Built upon a limestone hill, the city is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Over the course of its history, the settlement has been under the control of Greece, Carthage, Rome, and Byzantium. Ragusa is an ancient city built upon a hill 300 meters high, and you can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding hills and grasslands. Tourists coming to the city will be delighted with the Mediterranean sunshine, crystal clear waters, and historic sites around every corner. Finding the right hotel for you in Ragusa can be a long and difficult task. With the help of Hotels.com, it is easy to find and book the hotel best suited to your expectations with the aid of thousands of user submitted hotel reviews, hotel room and facilities photo galleries, and our handy interactive map for exploring the area.
What's Ragusa Like?
Spend an afternoon exploring the city on foot and you will quickly fall in love with the idyllic nature of its Medieval streets and picturesque open air cafes. The Ragusa Ibla (Old Town) area of the city is a must see, and its Baroque influences feature quaint alleyways and local boutiques. Like almost everywhere in Italy, Ragusa has its share of religious buildings such as Duomo di San Giorgio (Cathedral of St. George) which carries on the Baroque theme throughout the rest of the city. Enjoy an afternoon soaking up the sun at the Riserva Naturale del Fiume Irminio (River Nature Reserve) or Donnalucata beaches, or head into the city center to spend some money at one of the many local specialty stores.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ragusa
Ragusa experiences a hot and dry Mediterranean climate, with mild and wet winters. From July to September, the summer afternoon temperatures average at around 28°C, although it has been known to exceed 40°C during heatwaves. There are two main areas of the city, the Old Town of Ragusa Ibla, and the Upper Town of Ragusa Superiore which possesses a dominating overview high above the rest of the city, both of which are home to plenty of historic as well as modern attractions. Ragusa is not as popular with tourism as other areas of Sicily, so try not to expect too many of the locals to speak English. The Ragusa Railway Station in the new Piazza Gramsci part of town offers direct links to many cities throughout Sicily, the most popular being Siracusa.