Ibla! *Italian-Language-School  [Google Map] is located in Duomo Square in Ragusa in the old the quarter called Ibla which is considered one of the best example of Baroque architecture. [Ibla quarter]

Ragusa is the southernmost district of Sicily. Its territory belongs to the Val di Noto, which is an area spreading also through Siracusa and Catania district, and it famous for the baroque architecture, declared Unesco World Heritage sites.

Some of the most attractive places, few miles away from Ragusa Ibla, are: NotoModicaScicliPalazzolo Acreide and the castle of Donnafugata. Also with daily excursion can be reached CaltagironeSiracusaCatania and the volcano Etna.

Beaches are at only 20 minutes by car. Marina di Ragusa, Punta Secca and Donnalucata are getting every days more popular among tourist coming from all over Europe, yet they are remaining unspoilt natural sites. The region of Ragusa is one of the sunniest area of Europe and solar radiation is particularly intense.
The territory is spotted with many farms producing wine (Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOC) , olive oil (Mounts Iblei olive oil DOP ), cheese (Ragusano DOP) and tasty vegetables. The town of Modica is also famous for its tradition of patisserie an particularly the production of chocolate pastries.

Sicily is a magic land and its beauty are well known all over the world.
Taormina for example, Agrigento and its valley of temples, PalermoSegesta and Piazza Armerina, Cefalù and the wondeful LampedusaEolie and Egadi Islands.

There is a less known Sicily, which is not in the tourist itineraries, and Ibla is part of it, crossed by thousands years of history and invasions from many different cultures, that have left their marks in the architecture and cultural traditions. A places that deserves to be discovered.