Location Info

Location Info
Location Info
Location Info

Villa Modica is five minutes by car from the center of Modica.
In March 2003 UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) has acknowleged that the city of Modica and its surrounding areas to be added to the WORLD HERITAGE LIST for the baroque tresures it holds in its historic buldings and architectural design unique only to this part of Sicily, Modica, built between two valleys and hills is known for its Baroque architecture, has restaurants, cafes, supermarkets and shops.Modica is also called the Positano of Sicily. The town of Modica was so particular until the middle of the last century that it was called the second Venice of Italy: it is situated on the valley where two torrents merge into each other and there were a lot of large and small bridges to connect the zones of the lower area. The town is shaped as a 'broken pomegranate', climbs up the ridges and reaches the top of the castle, happy image that Gesualdo Bufalino coined for Modica.Many people when they arrive in Modica they get an unexpected surprise ... The bizarre effect is unique, something unreal as seen in the deforming prism of a dream, like an immense edifice of phantasmagoric fable, which, instead of plans, was made ​​of layers of houses. From this nativity scenery you see towering steeples and bell towers:

Nearest international airport: Catania at 110 kilometers
Nearest international airport: Comiso at 40 kilometers direct flights with http://www.ryanair.com from Stansted airport.
Nearest beach: 18 kilometres
Nearest ferry port: Pozzallo or Marina di Modica at 15 kilometers
Nearest railway station: modica at 4 kilometers
Nearest motorway junction: Ragusa-Lentini SS194 Ragusa exit at 15 kilometers
Car: necessary