Categories: Civic Centers, Tourist Spots
Explore winding medieval alleys where weathered stones lead to the Baroque hillside town of Modica. Discover villas and the imposing Cathedral of San Giorgio. Stop by local cafes and restaurants for Sicilian sausage, veal, and other delicacies. The town is famous for its chocolate, which is cooked at very low temperatures without butter for a taste found nowhere else. For sweeping views of the hills and Mediterranean sea, wind your way up to the top of the hill. To visit Modica on your holiday in Modica, and find out what else Modica has to offer, use our Modica vacation planner.
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While necessitating a degree of physical stamina, a walk through this lovely hill town is very rewarding.
Stayed in an old palazzo on Main Street, Corso Umberto. Parking is difficult. There's a very good osteria across the street.
Wonderful holiday spent at the Hotel Relais in Modica. The courtesy of Antonio, the owner, the perfect location and stunning view made the place perfect for a romantic holiday. I will definitely go back soon!
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