Punta Secca is considered a quiet and peaceful place for any kind of holiday.
Punta Secca is a small village belonging to the south of the province of Ragusa that is recognisable by a little group of small rocks placed in front of the main beach. Once this village was an important trading port, but today it has become a small marina for pleasure craft and fishing boats. The lighthouse overlooking the village, it was built in 1853 and has a height of 34 meters. Punta Secca has charming beaches and is considered a quiet and peaceful place for any kind of holiday. Located in the small square of the tower, you can find the house of Commissario Montalbano, the famous character from the novels written by Andrea Camilleri.
How to get there:
Get on Strada Provinciale 60/SP60. Take SP25, Strada Provinciale 37/SP37 and Strada Provinciale 35/SP35 to Via Sandro Pertini in Punta Secca.