The Most Beautiful Beaches of Ragusa

Provincia di Ragusa

The coast of Ragusa lays on the south-eastern coast of Sicily, running for about 60 km between Pozzallo and Scoglitti. The whole area has had a vibrant growth of tourism, thanks to the beauty of its landscapes and a slow gradual development that has prevented the deterioration of the environment.

The coast of Ragusa is typically sandy, with wide beaches within easy reach and only crowded on the weekends.

The natural vegetation has numerous species of freshwater reeds and acacia trees, reminiscent of an African scene: different locations in fact are even below the parallel of Tunis.

A visit to the largest and most important centers of the area, Ragusa, Modica and Scicli, which joined UNESCO in 2002, should not be missed.

Beach of Caucana

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Between Punta Secca and Marina di Ragusa, is the fraction of Caucana, a seaside town of ancient origins.

Beach of Cava d’Aliga

The small seaside town in the southern part of Sicily, Cava d’Aliga, is a fraction of Scicli and surely a pleasure.

Beach of Marina di Modica

A lively location that’s a little ‘chic, Marina di Modica is a small seaside site with a steady rise in tourist activity.

Beach of Marina di Ragusa

A seaside resort with increasing tourism, Marina di Ragusa is consolidating its role as a center of seaside excellence, managing to attract the attention of Italian as well as foreign tourists.

Beach of Pozzallo

Pozzallo is the largest seaside town on the coast overlooking Ragusa. The sea is very clean, so much so, as to receive the prestigious blue flag in 2002.

Beach of Punta Braccetto

The resort of Punta Braccetto consists of a sandy beach of fine sand and a rocky coast, a rare example for the whole area, known as the Canalotti.

Beach of Punta Secca

The lovely seaside town Punta Secca has seen a growth of its reputation lately thanks to the Italian drama of Commissario Montalbano.

Beach of Sampieri

The small seaside town of Sampieri has been recording, for some time now, a growing increase in tourism.

Beach of Scoglitti

Its coastline, the Riviera Kamarina  runs for about a mile,  which is lined with beach volleyball courts and beach soccer fields.

Beach of Torre di Mezzo

The site of Torre di Mezzo is reached from Punta Secca and owes its name to the tower next to the sea; built for defensive purposes in the past, now only visible by the remains of its base.

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