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From Malta: Ragusa Ibla, Modica & Scicli Day Trip with Guide
One Day Fully Guided Excursion to Sicily from Malta. Visiting Ragusa Ibla, Modica and Scicli. Travel to Sicily by high speed catamaran.
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- 1st stop Ragusa Ibla
- 2nd stop Modica
- 3rd stop Scicli
- Visit Sicily for the day whilst on holiday in Malta
DescriptionRAGUSA IBLA Ibla is a quaint leisurely place, a coffee or a Campari at the Cafe at the foot of the Duomo, one of the finest building in Sicily the work of Rosario Gagliardi, is a nice way to start. A walk down the slightly slopping Piazza and onto the main winding street takes you to the Giardino Ibleo. On the way a short stop to admire yet another of Gagliardi’s work, the small but elegant church of San Giuseppe. The Giardino Ibleo is a haven of peace and quite with an exquisite view of the valley below and beyond. Just outside the entrance to the garden is the gothic Portale San Giorgio, it is all that remains of the original church of San Giorgio, early XIII century, which was demolished in the 1693 earthquake MODICA Modica Bassa is the historic city centre, with the main street Corso Umberto I, lined with baroque churches and monasteries. Little wonder the city is referred to as La Citta’ delle Cento Chiese. Expensive brand shops and fine cafès intermingle with the churches to give an affluent air to the city centre. Modica is now best known for the Cioccolato di Modica or Cioccolata Modicana. The Spanish introduced the recipe which they got from the ancient Aztecs of Mexico. Chocolate shops welcome visitors; the Antica Dolceria Bonajuto is one well known chocolate factory shop. SCICLI It is well worth wandering around this quite little town, overlooked by a massive rock on which sits the unfinished church of San Matteo. Of the many palaces built by aristocratic families the one that stands out most is the Palazzo Benventano, just off the main Piazza, with its façade decorated with Saracen gargoyles. The church of Santa Maria la Nova, one of the many baroque churches in the town centre, houses Scicli’s best known icon, the Byzantine wooden statue of the Virgin Mary wielding a sword and riding a white stallion. The Chiarafura Caves Dwellings, dug out in the cliff in prehistory, saw the last residents leave as late as 1958.
IncludesState of the art catamaran crossing Travel in comfort aboard modern, air conditioned vehicles Breathtaking views while navigate to Sicily Expert guides unravel the history and geology of Sicily Engaging narratives enrich your journey with stories from past and present
- Departure by high speed ferry is at 07:30 Please be at The Virtu Passenger Terminal in Marsa, 1 hour prior departure time to check-in. Please bring a valid travel document.