Visitare Siracusa e l'isola di Ortigia

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIES ARE THE HIDDEN ONES

Visitare Siracusa e l'isola di Ortigia

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIES ARE THE HIDDEN ONES

What to see in Syracuse

What to see in Syracuse and throughout eastern Sicily

What to see in Syracuse, why should a tourist ask this? In fact, not many people ask themselves this question, assuming they know, albeit indirectly, the whole history and beauty of the city. But Syracuse is much more! Defined by Cicero as “the largest and most beautiful of all the Greek cities”, Syracuse is a city full of surprises, a unique and fascinating place. Its territory starts from the sea and from the beaches of the east coast and, after a flat stretch, it begins to climb up to reach the Iblei mountains. Since 2005 it is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a source of pride in the Sicilian landscape. It would therefore be useless to make a list of what to see in Syracuse, you would risk to dwell too much and omit something from the list that could win someone’s soul. And then, as already mentioned, every tourist who chooses Eastern Sicily as a destination for their journey already has in mind a list of what to see in Syracuse: from the Greek Theater to the island of Ortigia, from the Archaeological Museum to the splendid golden beaches in which to relax. Secret Siracusa’s philosophy is another! This site was created to let you discover the hidden side of the city, a journey through the places of greatest interest in Syracuse, able to meet the expectations of the tourist who loves to go further. Put aside the classic tourist itineraries that are on the net and let yourself be conquered by something truly unexpected, something that, very often, the inhabitants of Syracuse themselves ignore. But it doesn’t end here! If the charm of Syracuse has conquered you and you want to take them inside for a period of time that goes beyond that of simple vacation, you can organize your event in our locations in Syracuse to make the most important moments indelible. Have a good journey to discover the hidden beauties of Syracuse!
“The theater is the parable of the world”.

Neapolis Archaeological Park

Guided tour to the Greek theater of Syracuse, the Neapolis, the Ear of Dionysius and the Latomies.

Noto – half day, morning

Guided tour of the capital of Sicilian Baroque, Noto. And Il Barocco is the true protagonist of this excursion.

Noto by night – night tour

Noto, the capital of Baracco, seen from the night view. An excursion to be discovered

Vendicari protected marine area and Marzamemi – half day, morning

For those who want to meet unspoiled nature, you will encounter an entire ecosystem that lives undisturbed

Etna & Taormina – full day

A full day to be captivated by the beauty of Europe’s highest volcano, from which you can admire a unique panorama of its kind and then continue to Taormina.

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“There you would like to live”. G. D’Annunzio

  • Artemision

    home of the divine

    Particolare del tempio Artemision

“It encloses one of the most beautiful Venus in its walls”. Guy de Maupassant

  • Teatro Comunale

    Stage of History

    Teatro comunale


  • Latomia dei cappuccini

    Theater of Nature

    Latomia dei cappuccini a Siracusa

“In Syracuse there is no day without sun”. Cicerone

  • Catacomba di San Giovanni

    labyrinth of memory

    Galleria della catacomba di San Giovanni di Siracusa

“From the ancients it is called Ortigia by name”. Virgilio

  • Villa Reimann

    Garden of Secrets

    Particolare della Villa Riemann di Siracusa


  • Find out the Events

    nelle Location di Siracusa

    Lungomare dell’isola di Ortigia.

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