Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 67 - 96017 Noto (SR)
Noto, the undisputed capital of Sicilian baroque, in 2002 was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The city is called “the stone garden” for the sumptuous palaces and monumental churches built with the richly carved local golden stone. Walking through the streets of Noto you are fascinated by their beauty, accentuated at sunset by the lighting of the lights that give a unique atmosphere to the city. The best way to appreciate the historic center of Noto, an open-air architectural museum, is to get lost in its streets, come across churches and palaces that overlook stairways or large squares.