Marina di Ragusa



Marina di Ragusa, called "Mazzarelli" in ancient times, is nowadays a very busy tourist centre. Its shore is characterized by the presence of numerous accommodation facilities and amusements places, as well as wide sandy beaches.

Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this place has a typical Mediterranean climate, almost practically pleasant for more than 8 month a year and it is one of the most equipped and claimed seaside place in south-eastern Sicily. Every year thousands of tourists and visitors spend their holidays in this locality, which is mainly appreciated for its very fine golden sandy beaches.

The geographical position in the south-eastern area of Sicily (Val di Noto), rich in baroque monuments, archaeological finds and vestiges of ancient civilizations, landscape sights and a fine gourmet tradition, allow you to enjoy the relax of a seaside holiday and many sites of artistic and cultural interest and to savour the past tastes of the Sicilian country tradition.

For the fifth year running the beach of Marina di Ragusa has received the "Blue Flag" eco-label, awarded by Fee (Foundation for Environmental Education) for the quality of its waters, coast, services, safety measures and environmental education. This locality was elected one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Italy by Trip Advisor, the most reliable journey social network.

Different cultural and musical events characterize the summer season of this town whose popularity hits the highest level during the feast of Santa Maria di Porto Salvo. Every 15th of August, the statue of the Virgin is led in procession on a fishing boat followed by other small boats.

The tourist port of Marina di Ragusa

The tourist port can take in more than 800 berths, becoming one of the three tourist hubs in Sicily (the first operative one); moreover it has been planned according the most advanced technological principles which place it at the top of the competing infrastructure in the Mediterranean Sea basin.

Accommodations Pomelia in the area


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