Things to see and do - Vittoria
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Vittoria Travel guide
Vittoria : Michelin's recommendations
Vittoria was named in honour of the Countess Vittoria Colonna, who founded the town in the 17C. Its straight, perpendicular roads lined with beautiful Liberty-style buildings give an impression of order and cleanliness. Of note are Santa Maria delle Grazie church with its elegant curvilinear façade, the Venetian Gothic Palazzo Traina, the Chiesa Madre and its fine stucco decoration and the Museo Municipale.
Tourist attractions Vittoria : Things to see and do
P.za del Popolo I - 97019 Vittoria
In the centre of the "new town" the square is flanked by the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, with an attractive curvilinear facade and the town theatre in the neoclassical style. From this square the Via Cancelleri departs, flanked de a..
v. Garibaldi I - 97019 Vittoria
Here is a museum you would not want to be found in! But there is a reason: during the First World War, Vittoria had a camp for Hungarian prisoners who maintained excellent relationships with the local populace. The camp has now been converted into a ..
v. Cavour I - 97019 Vittoria
Dedicated to St John the Baptist, this church was built in 1695 and has a linear facade with three doorways and two small lateral domes. The interior is richly decorated with neoclassical friezes in stucco and shines in blues, whites and gold. In the..
Via delle Seppie 4 I - 97010 Scoglitti
Hotel Mida offers comfortable accommodation and beach service in a still unknown part of the Sicilian coast, next to the ancient Greek city of Kamarina. The spacious restaurant offers an equally panoramic view, and serves delicious fish specialities..
Contrada San Bartolo I - 97019 Vittoria
The San Bartolo is an elegant Sicilian villa 3 km from Vittoria. It offers free Wi-Fi and parking, and elegant rooms with balcony. The Atmosphere restaurant serves eclectic cuisine with traditional flavours. Each room is air-conditioned and features..
Via F.Lli Di Dio Sn I - 97019 Scoglitti
The new tourist resort Stella Marina rises at the doors of Scoglitti, close to the ancient Greek colony of Kamarina, founded in 589 B.C. It features 2 outdoor pools, a tennis court, and Wi-Fi is free in the bar at reception. Stella Marina consists o..