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- Baroque architecture, UNESCO World Heritage Site
- A diving paradise
- Sailing day trips
- Trekking routes and national parks
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You can choose from many possibilities for your stay in one of the most fascinating cities in Sicily. Ragusa is divided into two parts: Ragusa Ibla which is the older part located on the hilltop and Ragusa Superiore, the modern upper town with more recent developments. There are a myriad of Vacation rentals in Ragusa Superiore to choose from close to the railway station, the museums and shops. Ibla is a more charming spot for your vacation rental where the picturesque lanes are lined with cafes, restaurants and shops and the main pedestrian lane is the perfect setting for an evening passeggiata.Enjoy a Sicilian stay in a beautiful town
Making the most of your Vacations will be an easy task. Holidu can help you find the ideal rental in Ragusa for you and your family in spacious and big accommodations for groups up to 8 people. For couples and solo travelers, there are several choices to choose from. Some properties allow pets during your stay so if you travel with your furry friend, he is more than welcome to stay. Modern or traditional Vacation rentals with different options are available in and around Ragusa. During the summer you can take a dip in the pool, a delicious al fresco dinner and a relaxed afternoon reading your book on the terrace. Those rental in the city center are cozy spaces with equipped rooms and all the amenities you can expect from your new home away from home. Make your booking now!
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The area and getting around
Ragusa is a UNESCO-listed town in the Monti Iblei, an area of steep hills with deep valleys. In the late 1600s the town had to be rebuilt on a higher location after the earthquake and it was redesigned with straight streets, although the aristocrats refused to move and they built themselves their new palazzi on the ruins of the old town. Enjoy nice walks in the evening like locals do, have a good meal at some of the best restaurants and admire the cultural and architectural wealth of Ragusa. You will be charmed by the Baroque atmosphere and the main gems including the Duomo di San Giorgio, Ragusa cathedral and Giardino Ibleo. Stroll along the streets and have a pleasant visit as you take in the beauty around you.Explore the surroundings of Ragusa
Enjoy a day trip and explore nearby towns to know more about this part of Sicily. Modica is famous for its chocolate and its Baroque architecture. Not far from there you can have a look at Cava d’Ispica, a stunning green valley. Drive along and reach Noto to marvel at the Baroque sites and some of the finest buildings from the early 18th century. Spending a day in Castello di Donnafugata is a very popular choice due to its great wine and vineyards, and for being a splendid film set for Luchino Visconti's masterpiece "Il Gattopardo". To go near the sea, Marina di Ragusa is a good option to enjoy the views and good food and the little village of Punta Secca, in Montalbano is a charming spot to visit.
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A few miles from Ragusa you can find some of the most beautiful beaches in Sicily, on a coastline stretching for about 40 miles long (60 km), which goes from Pozzallo to Scoglitti. The coast is mainly sandy, with wide free beaches lapped by clear and clean waters, easy to reach and not overcrowded including the beach of Caucana, between Marina di Ragusa and Punta Secca, the beach of Punta Braccetto, where there is also a part of the rocky coast, the small beach of Torre di Mezzo, with golden sand, and the wide and wild beach of Sampieri. Enjoy lazy days under the sun, swim in the crystal turquoise watersRagusa for archaeology lovers
The surroundings of Ragusa offer a lot to see, starting with the Parco Della Forza, one of the most important complexes in Sicily, where finds dating back to the beginning of the sixth century BC have been found. It is also worth a visit to the Cava Ispica, a river valley that houses prehistoric necropolis, Christian catacombs, monastic hermitages and rock oratories. Ragusa includes a visit to the site of Kamarina, a fantastic archaeological site with ruins and several finds located on land and underwater. In the acropolis the remains of the Temple of Athena and the agora are still preserved. There are some remains of the walls below the hill of Heracles. The Archaeological Museums of Kamarina, Ragusa and Siracusa have a section dedicated to underwater archaeology. This is a very interesting way of discovering Ragusa’s past.
Ragusa is the most southern city in Italy!
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Italy is a byword for divine tastes, succulent dishes and a never ending overwhelming tasty pleasure. Have the best creamy granita in the world or the sweet cannoli and cassata, which enhance the local ricotta. The Avola almonds are another pride of the island and an essential gift from those who go and visit a friend far away. Have some of the juiciest red oranges and the delicious Bronte pistachio, that has become a fundamental ingredient in desserts and first courses. Try the Sicilian arancini, pasta alla norma, the best Nebrodi salami and pair it with some of the best DOC Sicilian wines: Alcamo, Marsala and Contessa Entellina.2. Outdoor sports and activities
Sicily is a vast playground for outdoor lovers with stunning landscapes that allow you to practice several sports and activities. Fill up your free time with some windsurfing in Marsala Stagnone. Enjoy a family walk along the family trails “Trek & Kids” or challenge yourself and try some climbing and ski touring. Ride the most suggestive routes by bike or go horse riding and explore the beautiful scenery of the island. Golf is also an excellent choice for those who enjoy a good round under the Mediterranean sun on both sides of the island in the most beautiful golf courses.3. A diving paradise
Those who love the sea can enjoy great days of diving and snorkelling, experiencing the most unique fauna and flora and discovering the seabed of Ustica, a paradise for divers in the Italian reserve. A whole world is waiting for you beneath the water surface with the white of pumice quarries in Lipari, the dark depths of Pantelleria and the blue nuances of San Vito lo Capo with stunning ever-changing underwater scenery shaped by volcanic activity. The shrimps cover the area of the Grotta dei Gamberi and the barracudas will swim with you at the Scoglio de Medico. Explore Punta Castagna and Punta Spadillo to enjoy the view of a varied sea life. The Marettimo area in the Egadi islands is great for cave diving and Linosa of Lampedusa that offer several good diving sites like Secchitella. The wrecks are a reminiscence of human evidence that has been submerged for years including the Ship of Korans, the remains of Cala Gadir or Lisca Bianca in Panarea.4. Sail away
Enjoying the sea from the surface is one of the best experiences you can have in Ragusa. Get away from the busy city vibes and resume the rhythms of nature and look for the most beautiful coves and azure waters. Take a day trip from Milazzo to the Vulcano Island or a tour from Palermo to Mondello. If you really love sailing, embark on a 6-day sailing trip around the Eolian islands or the Egadi Islands. Enjoy your sailing tour!5. Trekking in Sicily
The island offers fresh air and miles to cover on foot for those who enjoy being in touch with nature, reaching mountain peaks and exploring protected areas like the 5 Natural regional parks of Etna, Alcantara River, Madonie Park, Nebrodi and Monti Sicani. You will be spoilt for choice in terms of trails to choose so get your walking boots and be ready for a fabulous trekking experience!
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Our data shows that Ragusa has an average price of $123.72 per night, a relatively high one under the cities in Italy.
If you would like to save the maximum during your visit to Ragusa, pack your bags and travel there in January ($101.83 per night on average), February ($102.75), or November ($104.59), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In 2020, the month that showed the highest annual average prices in Ragusa was August, with an average price of $147.75 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of $146.74, and May, with $140.37.
Considering the figures observed in 2020, it is an excellent city for a vacation at the last minute, since it has an average annual availablity of 74%, which is relatively high.
In 2020, the months with the largest number of available properties of the year in Ragusa were April, March and May, with average availabilities of 83.5%, 80.75%, and 80%, respectively.
The accommodations in Ragusa reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 49.8%. The second most requested month is July, with 69%, and the third is June with 69.75%.
We have collected the offers from 18 different partners in Ragusa, so we can offer you around 470 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!