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    Comiso, Sun, sea and unique landmarks

    Sun, sea and unique landmarks

    The town of Comiso is the ideal gateway to south-eastern Sicily. You’ll definitely fall in love with this place, which is famous for its UNESCO World Heritage sites, sandy beaches and amazing landscapes.

    Ragusa Ibla

    Ragusa Ibla

    The beautiful Val di Noto, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just a 20 minute drive from Comiso. A prime example of the stunning Sicilian Baroque architectural style, Ragusa Ibla is also the home town of Salvo Montalbano, the famous police inspector created by the Italian novelist Andrea Camilleri.

    Valle dei Templi, Agrigento

    Valle dei Templi, Agrigento

    Not far from Comiso, you will find the Valley of the Temples, one of the most outstanding archaeological sites of the Mediterranean.

    Comiso, Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo

    Flights to Comiso

    The town of Comiso lies in the heart of the Sicilian province of Ragusa, by the Hyblaean mountains. Famous for its white limestone, Comiso is a gateway to the beautiful Val di Noto, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with incredible artistic and architectural heritage, including eight late Baroque towns.

    With 11 months of sunshine a year, the fertile land around Comiso offers a wide variety of produce which makes every meal an unforgettable experience. The city is also close to some of the most beautiful beaches in southern Sicily.

    Foodies, culture vultures and fans of the beach: are you ready for an unforgettable getaway in Sicily? Book your flight to Comiso now.


    What to do in Comiso?

    1. 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.
    2. 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.
    3. Nightview
    4. Enjoy day trips to some of the region’s most remarkable towns: Ragusa, Modica, Scicli and Noto. These towns have entered the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2002 thanks to their impressive array of Sicilian Baroque architecture.
    5. Indulge in local delicacies at one of the many restaurants of the city centre.
    6. Discover the beautiful sandy beaches and charming fishing villages around Comiso. Just 20km away, you will find Donnalucata, Scoglitti and Pozzallo with plenty of restaurants serving the catch-of-the-day.
    7. Visit 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.
    8. Visit Agrigento and travel back in time in the wonderful Valle dei Templi (Valley of the Temples), one of the most outstanding archeological sites of the Mediterranean.

    Practical information for your trip to Comiso

    • Flights to Comiso via Brussels Airlines arrive at Comiso Airport, 6km from the city centre. The airport is just a 20-minute drive from Ragusa. Buses, taxis and car rentals are available.
    • Current local time in Comiso:  
    • Currency: Euro. It is a good idea to have some cash on you, especially when paying in smaller cafés and restaurants.
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: +39. Wi-Fi is available at all major hotels and restaurants.
    • Electric sockets: Sockets in Italy use type C and F European dual-pronged plug sockets, with most having a voltage of 220-240 V.
    • Travel Information: All passengers should make sure to have a passport that is valid for the duration of their trip. Those travelling from outside of the EU should check for required visas. All information on visas and travel documents is available on the website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
    • Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required when travelling from Europe. More health information is available on the website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.

    Modica, Duomo di San Giorgio

    Dos and Don’ts in Comiso

    • When visiting places of religious importance, do wear appropriate clothing - you won’t be allowed to enter if you are wearing shorts or skirts above the knee and your shoulders and chest aren’t covered.
    • It’s a good idea to rent a car: you’ll be free to travel around and explore the magnificent Val di Noto or the outstanding Valle dei Templi at your own pace.
    • Comiso can be very hot and sunny, especially in summer. Always take a bottle of water and sunscreen with you.

    Local phrases & essential vocabulary

    While most people in the region speak Italian, the Sicilian dialect is influenced by Greek and Arabic, so some common phrases may sound slightly different. Here are a few simple phrases:

    • Come va? is the formal way of asking how someone is, and "Sto bene", grazie means “I’m fine, thank you.”
    • “Dove posso trovare la spiaggia, per favore?” means “Where can I find the beach, please?”.
    • If you ever find the language getting too complex you can always say “Più piano, per favore”, which is a useful phrase that means “could you speak more slowly, please”.

    When to go to Comiso?

    The heat of the southern Mediterranean summer is when most people book their holidays. June to August see both temperatures and tourist numbers increase. To avoid both the high temperatures and the crowds, May and September both offer great weather for your Sicily visit, the sun is still hot with averages of 25 degrees Celsius, but it’s still cool enough to spend the day relaxing on the beach.

    What to eat and drink in Comiso?

    • 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.

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