The beautiful architecture of the Val di Noto

Updated on Feb 21, 2017 by Alastair McClymont

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The Val di Noto region of Sicily is famed for its magnificent baroque architecture and striking landmarks, as showcased by this collection of photos.

Sicily is filled to the brim with impressive landmarks and beautiful architecture, and you won't find yourself short of attractions and destinations to stick on your itinerary when you aim to discover the best of the island's architectural triumphs. One region, however, is perhaps more famous than any other for its cityscapes and buildings. The Val di Noto tops the list for many when it comes to grandeur, famed for its baroque churches and extravagant fountains.

The region is perfect for visiting on a long holiday or a short break, with the option of staying in a single city within the Val di Noto, or alternatively moving around to experience numerous destinations in this alluring region. 

If you're wondering what all the fuss is about, or you need that little bit of extra inspiration to convince you to book your holiday, we've put together a collection of some of our favourite photos that showcase the architectural beauty of the Val di Noto.

 

Val di Noto's impressive architecture

 

St Peter's Church, Modica

 

Piazza del Duomo, Syracuse

 

Fountain di Diani, Syracuse

 

The Duomo, Noto

 

Chiesa di Fransesco d'Assisi, Noto

 

Piazza del Duomo, Syracuse

 

Piazza del Municipo, Noto

 

The rooftops of Ragusa

 

A charming street, Ragusa

Image credit: Christophe Faugere | Shutterstock)

 

San Guiseppe Church, Ragusa

 

Duomo of San Giorgio, Modica

 

The rooftops of Modica

 

Tempted by a city break to one of the destinations in the Val di Noto? Check out our fantastic range of accommodation in the region and book your perfect holiday escape now!

 

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