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Packed to the brim with UNESCO accredited World Heritage sites, sandy Mediterranean shores, and blemished with almond and olive trees, and streaked with dry stone dividers. The Southeastern Sicily dances to its own tune.
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Despite being home to several glittering and vibrant cities such as Ragusa, Modica and Noto each of which have different orientations, celebrations and cuisines and lagers- the region is seldom visited apart from August.
Seems like this trend will change quickly, a newly built airport in Cosmiso has various international flights daily from the rest of Europe and other parts of the world. There are 2 weekly flights from the English capital; flights from Brussels and Rome have also begun recently.
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Comiso airport is placed on the order of the pristine town with same name, which is barely half an hour away by road from Marina di Ragusa. There are buses, taxis and cars available outside the astutely architecture new junction building. So now it’s perfect time to catch a flight to Sicily and satisfy your wanderlust.
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A labyrinthine of shimmering Limestone Street of Baroque-style palazzo and ornate churches are dabbed onto the hillside. Ibla has 14 UNESCO World Heritage buildings, all of which are a few strides away from each other. In the middle of this enigmatic area is a palm-decorated Piazza Duomo, dominated by cathedral of St. George. Its bent, sectioned façade is one of the biggest attractions of this small city. For majestic panoramas, ascend to the top of Church of Santa Lucia and gawp at the tiles terraces, enormous domes and curvy facades of Inla, shining under the sun.
Sun and sea
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The southern coast is blemished with sandy Mediterranean shores plunging gently into clear blue seas, which is safe for swimming from June to October. The surfs are usually calm, but they can get wild occasionally, most of the favorite beaches have sun loungers, umbrellas, cafes and delightful gelatos. Unlike other parts of Italy, there are many serendipitous areas around, to which the access is free and most importantly you don’t need to break a sweat to find the vacant corner.
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