Scicli is a Baroque city in the Val di Noto, which rises in the south-eastern part of Sicily, in a valley set between three hills about 25 km from Ragusa. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002, it is a must for those visiting the south east of Sicily and for all fans of the television series Il Commissario Montalbano, who will find here the most famous locations of the set. The city boasts very ancient origins, as evidenced by the late Byzantine settlements of the archaeological area of ​​Chiafura and was rebuilt in a Baroque style following the earthquake of 1693.