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Ragusa Ibla

97100, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy
+39 0932 184 6367
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97100, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy
+39 0932 184 6367

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Reviewed yesterday

We enjoyed going down in to the old town. We travelled on the local bus snd called at the information office in Ragusa to help us along;

Thank creigiau6
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely town to visit with many Baroque churches. Good restaurants & some tourist shops. Easy to walk around but there is a tram which you can use. Well worth a visit.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you like wandering in streets that transport you to an old time, I don't think any other place can do it better than ibla. Absolutely stunning, peaceful and an amazing maze. I can go on and on but will leave you at, stupendous sites...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

Great town, nice food, and some of the most fantastic buildings you're likely to see in Sicily. It's built on the side of a hill, which may make it difficult for some. Public transport in and out of the town is the only downside; one...More

Thank Spell-it-out
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a fantastic town with tons of restaurants from michelen star to pizzarias. Incredible architecture and lots to see. Train tour for €5.

Thank Dommags
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

it s a must to see and if you are a Montalbano follower you might have a chance to meet some of the actors around.

Thank sibilvey
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were rushing driving through Ragusa to Siracusa, thinking to hit this little town for their tightly built house. we followed Google Map and kept driving uphill, hair-pins after hair-pins ... we stopped on the way to take sunset picture above the city & thought...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Park at the base of the "village" and make your way up. Beautiful small streets through time. Enjoy a walk at the small park at the end of the village.

Thank Dimitris P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There is something about Ragusa Ibla that made it one of our favourite places in Sicily. We stayed there for three nights, and it makes for a great base to visit other nearby Baroque towns, such as Modica, Noto, Scicli or the beaches at Marina...More

Thank sabrina s
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Probably wouldn't want to spend a week here but well worth a 2 day visit and reasonable jumping off point for the southern and eastern coasts. Helped by a great hotel and unseasonably very warm weather for October.

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Edmar A
September 4, 2017|
Response from rondi3 | Reviewed this property |
There seem to be some agriturismos around the Lago Rosalia, and the Italian word Diga means dam in English, so you must have been near the dam. There are two possible ones; at the south end of the lake is Agriturismo Al... More
My wife and I will be visiting Sicily for a week at the end of April. We visited previously on a guided tour which included Agrigento, Palermo (Monreale), Villa Romana del Casale, Syracuse and Etna. This time we would like to concentrate on "baroque" Sicily visiting Ragusa, Noto, Scicli and Modica possibly. If time allows we would be interested in seeing some of "Montalbano's Sicily" in this area. We are considering basing ourselves in one location e.g. Ragusa. We're undecided as to whether we should hire a car or use public transport or even tours (half-day or day tours) from our base location. Our flight arrives into Catania airport at 20.20 - so a possibility is to stay in or near Catania the first night and visit baroque Catania the following day before travelling on to our base for the next 6 nights. Even though we have visited Syracuse previously we could consider that as a base if tours are more readily available from there. We like staying in old towns with a variety of restaurants serving authentic local food. So - advice welcomed on: Where to stay as a base? Travelling there from Catania airport - and when? Car hire or public transport or tours? "Montalbano"? Your help would be appreciated. Thank you.
February 2, 2017|
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Response from Chilled-outTraveller | Reviewed this property |
I traveled about by public transport with mixed success in as much train stations were usually remote from baroque areas of towns meaning I had to hire taxis or use local buses to reach hotel/sites. Travelling by inter city... More