Which sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List are in Sicily?

Here you will find the most interesting and most beautiful sites in Sicily, which were included on the famous UNESCO World Heritage List.

UNESCO World Heritage Volcano Etna

Volcano Etna
UNESCO World Heritage in Sicily

The volcano Etna in Sicily is the highest active volcano in Europe, UNESCO World Heritage and a nature reserve a unique flora and fauna.

Zafferana Etnea, Catania, Sicily, Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Valley of the Temples

Valley of the Temples
UNESCO World Heritage in Sicily

Agrigent, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Val di Noto

Val di Noto
UNESCO World Heritage in Sicily

Destination Noto

Noto
Destination in Sicily

The baroque town of Noto in the Val di Noto, which was declared a World Heritage Site in 2002, is worth a visit and has many attractions.

Noto, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Modica

Modica
UNESCO World Heritage in Sicily

The city of chocolate and 100 churches - the UNESCO World Heritage Site presents itself as a late Baroque Sicilian beauty of the Val di Noto.

Modica, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Ragusa

Ragusa
UNESCO World Heritage in Sicily

UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in the province of the same name in the Val di Noto and is characterized by the deep gorges of the Monti Iblei

Ragusa, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Scicli

Scicli
UNESCO World Heritage in Sicily

Scicli situated in a natural setting of rare beauty like the Val di Noto, has been declared a natural heritage of UNESCO with Ragusa, Modica and Noto.

Scicli, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Syracuse

Syracuse
UNESCO World Heritage in Sicily

In Syracuse we recommend you to visit the necropolis of Pantalica and the enchanting island of Ortygia, the oldest part of this impressive city.

Siracusa, Siracusa, Sicily, Italy

Destination Catania

Catania
Destination in Sicily

Catania, Catania, Sicily, Italy