Cycle tour from Marina di Ragusa to Marina di Modica
More and more cyclists venture on a trip to Sicily. In fact, the term adventure makes perfectly the idea of what are the obstacles and the problems that travelers on two wheels are facing as soon as they get off the plane or the ship. In reality there is no better place to practice a nice bike ride in Sicily if not starting from Marina di Ragusa. In recent years, the municipality has in fact encouraged sustainable mobility in the territory, building a long cycle path that runs along the sea. Moving along the coast, starting from the port of Marina di Ragusa, in the direction of Marina di Modica you can make a journey of about 50 km (round trip). The path does not have large differences in level and is mainly flat, thanks to the use of pedal assisted bicycles, even those who are not particularly trained will have the opportunity to complete the entire itinerary without great difficulty.
There are several locations and sites of historical interest that can be visited during the journey.
The town of Donnalucata, nowadays mostly a seaside destination frequented by tourists and travelers, has very ancient roots, also confirmed by the origins of its name, which identified an ancient spring wrapped in the mystery of a miracle.
A seafaring village very famous for its beautiful beaches. The coast of the village of Sampieri is in fact made up of a very varied landscape, starting from its golden sand coast about 3 km long, which starts in the historic center of the town and continues until you reach Punta Pisciotto, from where you can admire the ancient Fornace Penna, made famous by the fiction "Il commissario Montalbano" and known as the "Tonnara Mannera".
Marina di Modica with its sea views seems to be a fairytale postcard, also called "the pearl of Sicily" is one of the most beautiful seaside resorts of the island. The particularity of its beaches derives from the very fine consistency of the sand, typical of Africa.
The excursion can be carried out in complete autonomy thanks to the help of a tablet with an interactive geo-referenced guide.