This castle has a particular history bound to its name, that means "the escaped woman".Recently renovated its not always open to the public. If you plan to visit it would be best to contact the local tourist office to get up to date information on opening days and hours.more
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Corso Italia 115, Ragusa, 97100, Italy
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Piazza Carmine, 17, 97100 Ragusa, Sicilia
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Gelateria selling special flavoured gelati - ask for a little taste, un assaggio, before making a final choice.Cerasuolo wine MoscatoRoseViolaCarruba (carob)LiquiriziaCannellaGocce verdi (olive oil)Cioccolato al PepperoncinoRiccotta, Fantasia di Limone, Mela Verde, Mela Cotogna, Mango, Pera, Nocciola, Fragola, Fantasia di Limone, Cioccolato, Mango,...more
A novelty to Ragusa this is the first tex-mex restaurant to open in Ragusa.It is located in the Ipercoop Shopping Center a few kilometers off the town itself, and serves tex-mex food in the evenings only, while at lunch it is open as a self service restaurant serving traditional italian food (and nothing special really about this its like a school...more
This is the first mexican restaurant to open in Ragusa, or to be precise Marina di Ragusa, the seaside couterpart of Ragusa where almost all of the population of the town moves during summer.Despite being in a summer town, almost deserted during winter months, this restaurant is always open as far as I know.I've been there only once, but had a...more
Il Giro di Vite was born as a wine bar, offering a very good selection of wines and also beers.Also serves very good food that differs from the traditional italian food letting you try new tastes.The ambient is modern and is made up of a few small rooms and a large inside patio.Recommended for a different evening.more
Taxis are not really popular in Ragusa as almost everyone has a car or a scooter, more popular with the young population. So there is no public taxi network.You can however find some private cabs by going to Piazza Liberta' where there is a taxi stand, or try by looking on the phone directory or the yellow pages.These taxis can also bring to the...more
Getting to Ragusa might not be as easy as getting to other major towns. If you arrived in Sicily at Catania Airport, the chepest way to get to Ragusa is by bus. You can take it straight from the airport.If you don't have a car the easiest way to get around Ragusa is by bus. The recently renovated fleet covers most of the town including going to and...more
The shop is the direct selling spot of the local milk factory, it is in fact located in the industrial district.
What to buy: Here you can get the world famous "Caciocavallo Ragusano" also knows as just "Ragusano" as well as other local cheeses like the "Provola" or the famous "Mozzarella" at a very cheap price, directly from the manufacturer.
If you had a night out to pubs, clubs or discos and you get the munchies, know that it is impossible to find something to eat (or drink for that matter) after 3 am or before on some days.
So get something ready for your late night munchies during the day.
For all the movie buffs who enjoy Italian films the streets of Ragusa Ibla have plaques marking location shots.