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    Comiso: Baroque architecture, gastronomy and sandy beaches.

    In the heart of Sicilian province Ragusa and at the edge of the Hyblaean Mountains, you'll find the town of Comiso. This town is famous for its white limestone, which can be seen all over Comiso.

    Witness the city's Roman heritage through the ancient thermal baths dedicated to the goddess Diana. The discovery of the thermal baths also revealed a remarkable mosaic floor which dates back to the 2nd century B.C. After the severe damage caused by a large earthquake in 1693, Comiso was rebuilt in the Baroque style. Nonetheless, traces of its past are still found in many historical buildings like the Castle Naselli d’Aragona, the striking Church of Santa Maria Annunziata, the Cathedral of Santa Maria delle Stelle and the Church of Saint Blaise, the patron saint of the city.

    With a favourable 11 months of sunshine a year, the ground around Comiso is very fertile which leads to a rich variety of produce that will make every meal an unforgettable experience. Indulge in local delicacies at one of the many restaurants of the city centre. Try the local Caciocavallo cheese, the arancini balls (deep-fried rice balls) and other Sicilian specialities, like their sweets. A must-try is the granita, a semi-frozen dessert. The mulberry granita can only be sipped during summer, while almond or lemon flavoured granita can be savoured all year long.


    Gastronomy, architecture and beach


    Only 20 km away from Comiso you will find beautiful sandy beaches and charming fishing villages like Donnalucata, Scoglitti and Pozzallo with plenty of restaurants serving the catch-of-the-day. On the same coast lays Punta Secca, famous for its large golden sandy beach and crystalline waters, but also for being one of the principal filming locations of the Italian television series “Inspector Montalbano”, based on the detective novels of Andrea Camilleri.

    Finally, you cannot miss a visit to three of the most remarkable towns of the area: Ragusa, Modica and Scicli. These three cities of art have entered the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2002 thanks to their impressive array of Sicilian Baroque architecture.