Italians from Milan and points north have been quietly discovering Sicily’s Ragusa region for the last several years, drawn to towns like Modica and Scicli for their Unesco-protected Baroque architecture, silent stretches of beach and culinary legacy. And now the region is home to stylish inns and Michelin-starred restaurants that blend in with the charmingly crumbling plazas and palazzos.
This southern region in Sicily crams in excellent food, boutique hotels, charming towns, and weather that attracts Italians looking for an Italian escape.
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