A photographic poster of waterfalls and green lakes in a deep, limestone canyon first drew me to the Cavagrande del Cassibile in southeastern Sicily..
See Noto from the top of a belltower You won’t get a better view of Sicilian Baroque and Noto than from the top of the belltower of Chiesa di San Carlo al Corso.
Experience the landscapes of Sicily south of Africa – or at least south of Tunis. A sun-drenched, arid region with pockets of culture and patches of green.
Visiting Noto is like entering the stage set of a play from the early 18th century. Even if you are only a holiday extra passing through.