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Caltagirone

Caltagirone is a town in central Sicily, Italy, most famous for its ceramics and long ceramic-decorated staircase. The city is one of the eight world heritage listed "Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto".

33km

37.233314.5167

Sicily

Sicily (Italian: Sicilia) is a rugged and attractive island (the largest one in the Mediterranean Sea) on the southern tip of Italy, and is one of the country's 20 regions. It is separated from the mainland region of Calabria by the 5 km Straits of Messina. It can get very hot during the summer, so it is better to visit during spring and autumn, while it is still quite pleasant during winter.

47km

37.514

Ragusa

comune in Sicily, Italy

53km

36.91666714.716667

Scicli

Scicli is a small town among the Iblei hills in the Ragusa province on the southeast of Sicily. It is one of the "Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto" listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

56km

36.79414.707

Modica

Modica is a town in the province of Ragusa in Sicily, with a population of about 55,000.

60km

36.8514.76666667

Militello in Val di Catania

Militello Val di Catania is in the Catania province. It's one of Sicily's eight world heritage listed Baroque towns.

63km

37.27514.794

Palazzolo Acreide

Palazzolo is in the Syracuse province. The town is listed as a world heritage by UNESCO.

72km

37.06114.904

Agrigento

Agrigento is the capital of the eponymous province on the Italian island of Sicily.

77km

37.316713.5833

Noto

Noto is in Sicily, Italy. The city is one of the eight world heritage listed "Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto".

94km

36.883315.0833

Catania

Catania is a city on the eastern coast of Sicily at the foot of Mount Etna, the biggest volcano in Europe. It is the second largest city in Sicily with the metropolitan area reaching one million inhabitants, a major transport hub, economic centre and a university city where you will enjoy a busy downtown and an active nightlife. Catania is also well known for its particular baroque architecture and urban design, consequences of the great earthquake of 1693 after which the city had to be rebuilt, like most of eastern Sicily.

100km

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St. Julian's

local council of Malta

106km

35.91861114.49

Mdina

fortified city in Malta

106km

35.885814.4031

Rabat (Malta)

village near Mdina, Malta

107km

35.88166714.398889

Victoria (Malta)

capital of Gozo, an island of the Maltese archipelago

107km

35.883314.4167

Malta Island

Malta Island is the largest island and main population centre of Malta.

108km

35.8833314.45

Valletta

capital of Malta

108km

35.89777814.5125

Cottonera

human settlement

110km

35.87694414.521944

Marsaxlokk

village and port at the south of Malta

114km

35.841714.5447

Syracuse (Italy)

Syracuse is a medium sized city on the eastern coast of Sicily, Italy.

114km

37.0815.28

Taormina

Italian comune

134km

37.85215.287

Sciacca

Sciacca is a small port town in the province Agrigenta of Sicily, Italy.

134km

37.50916713.088889

Palermo

Palermo is on the northern coast of the Italian island of Sicily. It's the capital city of the autonomous region of Sicily and of its own province.

134km

38.11666713.366667
Sights

Piazza Armerina

Italian comune

30km

37.3833333314.36666667

Nissa

Comune in Sicily, Italy

42km

37.4902777814.0625

Madonie

76km

37.8833333314.01666667

Mount Etna

102km

37.75514.995

Aeolian Islands

archipelago

147km

38.5333333314.9

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Gela

Italy
Gela is a medium-sized city on the south coast of Sicily, Italy. It is an ancient town, founded around 688 BC by colonists from Rhodes and Crete, and among the oldest continually inhabited settlements in southern Italy.

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