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Pronounced sheek – ly, Scicli is one of the UNESCO-listed Baroque towns of south-east Sicily, but it is often overlooked by the traveller looking for the better known neighbouring towns of Noto, Ragusa and Modica.  However, the only way is up for this burgeoning town and a visit by the discerning traveller will reap great rewards as you discover treats in the winding streets.

At all times, you will be aware of the looming presence of churches and monasteries perched high up above you on the rocky crags.  And, if you’re a fan of TV series, Montalbano, then this town will be uncannily familiar, since much of it acts as location for the filming of the series.

For a pleasant stroll or just a lazy sip of a chilled Sicilian white, the most charming spot is probably Via Penna, an elegant pedestrianized street lined with Baroque palaces and churches, but with the additional attraction of bars situated at the eastern end where you can engage in that typical Sicilian pastime of people watching. 

Time spent exploring Scicli is easily repaid with picture postcard views of fine palazzi, picturesque lanes adorned with almost stereotypical lines bending under the strain of drying laundry, and plenty of simple scenes of everyday Sicilian life. 

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Scicli

Pronounced sheek – ly, Scicli is one of the UNESCO-listed Baroque towns of south-east Sicily, but it is often overlooked by the traveller looking for the better known neighbouring towns of Noto, Ragusa and Modica.  However, the only way is up for this burgeoning town and a visit by the discerning traveller will reap great rewards as you discover treats in the winding streets.

At all times, you will be aware of the looming presence of churches and monasteries perched high up above you on the rocky crags.  And, if you’re a fan of TV series, Montalbano, then this town will be uncannily familiar, since much of it acts as location for the filming of the series.

For a pleasant stroll or just a lazy sip of a chilled Sicilian white, the most charming spot is probably Via Penna, an elegant pedestrianized street lined with Baroque palaces and churches, but with the additional attraction of bars situated at the eastern end where you can engage in that typical Sicilian pastime of people watching. 

Time spent exploring Scicli is easily repaid with picture postcard views of fine palazzi, picturesque lanes adorned with almost stereotypical lines bending under the strain of drying laundry, and plenty of simple scenes of everyday Sicilian life. 

Recommended on this tour:

Grand Tour of Sicily

15 Day selfguided tour