Dine on traditional Southern Sicilian cuisine, savor a cold coffee granita alongside a sweet ricotta brioche, and uncover the best chocolate in Modica at these restaurants, caffés, and dolcerias.
Stepping into the cave dwelling is like going back three centuries. The breath-taking abode is made of local stones, antique floors, black stone called “Pietra Pece” – a speciality of the Ragusa and Modica area – and decorated with 18th Century Majolica pottery from Caltagirone.It is this preservation of 18th century remains and charm that make this ancient city a UNESCO heritage site.
An evening out in Modica, Sicily, the birth place and inspiration of Dolce & Gabbana. On our way to the renowned restaurant Osteria Dei Sapori Perduti, frequented by all the locals of Modica, we stopped by a picturesque balcony to take pictures of the scenic town at dusk while wearing my Dolce & Gabbana dress, well-suited for the occasion.