Located in southeastern Sicily, Ragusa Province is a region rich in history and natural beauty. Home to over 320,000, it dates back to ancient times, with evidence of Greek, Roman, and Arab influences.
The province is renowned for its picturesque Baroque towns, including the UNESCO-listed Ragusa Ibla and Modica which are characterized by stunning architecture and charming streets.
Ragusa Province is also famous for its agricultural products, particularly its delicious chocolate from the town of Modica.
Provincia di Ragusa