Ragusa, Modica and Noto are three beautiful towns, very close to each other, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 2002 for their cultural heritage.
Ragusa is called the "City of Bridges" for the presence of three particular bridges, symbol of the city, but it has also been described as the "the other Sicily". The historic center is rich in baroque architectural masterpieces.
Modica, is characterized by a medieval heritage, with typical houses, narrow streets and long stairways. The Duomo di San Giorgio is the main attraction, referred as the greatest example of Sicilian Baroque style.
Noto is called the "capital of Baroque" for its unique architecture that can be admired in its streets, squares and stairways.