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97018, Scicli, Sicily, Italy
+39 0932 839111
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“baroque town” (13 reviews)
“lovely town” (10 reviews)
97018, Scicli, Sicily, Italy
+39 0932 839111
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We drove our rental car 27 km south from Ragusa's Hotel Montreal. An overlook on the descent into Scicli provided great views to include the lonely 18th C San Matteo across the valley. With Google Maps set on Piazza Busacca, it was easy to park...More

Thank Gene J
Reviewed 5 November 2017

This very interesting small town has sprung to minor fame as some of the Montalbano TV series was filmed there. Everywhere was in walking distance which is good as it is worth exploring. It is made even more pleasurable by there not being to many...More

Thank MaggieMagpie
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Scicli is the smallest of the Val di Noto Baroque towns but it certainly punches above its weight ! Beautiful coloured stone work and glorious Baroque buildings. An apperitivi in the main square is a must

Thank CymroSwansea
Reviewed 24 October 2017

It is not just the Montalbano series that make this town worth visiting.There are loads of places to view. The buildings are a photographers dream.

Thank JohnA1943
Reviewed 17 October 2017

Lovely city to explore - great views, wonderful little shops and little restaurants. An ancient town set in a gorge near the coast.

Thank simivalley1699
Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

Went back a second time- not a big place but easy to wander around and soak up Italy...would go back again.

Thank RomekLu77
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

This became our favourite town and a great place to start a day exploring the area. We stayed near Punta Secca and spent a lot of time on the secluded beach near Sampieri. Scicli was a short drive away. From the Montalbano locations and it's...More

Thank GavenKent
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

Beautiful baroque town. Came here for a quick tour and stayed for six hours. Walked everywhere, ate some great food. Take in the sights.

Reviewed 9 September 2017

Scicli is a baroque town but less visited than it's more famous and larger neighbours, with less traffic and noise. We went because of the Montalbano connection, but really took to the place. It has a lovely relaxed atmosphere with some very attractive streets to...More

1  Thank 23RUN
Reviewed 5 September 2017

We loved Scicli. In common with its better known neighbours it was destroyed by the earthquake in 1633 and rebuilt in the baroque/renaissance style. The old town is at the meeting of three valleys occupied since Neolithic times (cave dwellings) and now a vibrant community...More

1  Thank grahamandgill2016
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