Beaches in Ragusa area


The coast of the Province of Ragusa offers about 50 km of coastline stretching from Scoglitti to Pozzallo.

The small marine fraction of Scoglitti on the coast of the Gulf of Gela, in addition to being full of bars, restaurants, pizzerias, bars, ice cream parlors, has also houses a fully equipped touristic port and the stage of the annual National Beach Volleyball tournament, which usually , is played in the first half of August.

Heading south, you have to stop at the small fishing village of Punta Secca, in Santa Croce Camerina. Here, in addition to be enchanted by the charm of the Lighthouse Tower, which rises from its 35 meters, you can browse in search of the famous "beach house" of the Commissioner Montalbano, known fiction series of stories produced by the Sicilian writer Andrea Camilleri.

Continuing along the coast, you can visit the beaches of Marina di Ragusa, Playa Grande, Donnalucata, the seashore of Filippa, which reaches up to Cava d'Aliga. From here you can admire the cliffs of Covo dei Contrabbandieri and the beach of Costa di Carro, near Sampieri. This is a former fishing village, with houses grouped around the pier. The beach goes on with many sand dunes up to Pisciotto.

The symbol of the district is represented by the remains of the extraordinary "Fornace Penna," dry stone, active until 1914. Going to Marina di Modica and Maganuco two coasts known for the size of their beaches, you reach in Pozzallo. The creek is also home to its harbor, stretching from Punta Raganzino until long sandy beach of Marza, passing amongst the dunes of Santa Maria del Focallo and striking the rocks of Punta Cirica