Comiso Airport (IATA: CIY, ICAO: LICB), also known as Vincenzo Magliocco Airport, is located in the Sicilian city of Comiso, is an airport which serves Comiso (5 km/3 miles from it) and Ragusa (15 km/9.3 miles from it).
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Kamarina (Greek: Καμάρινα, Italian: Camarina) was an ancient city on the southern coast of Sicily in southern Italy.
The Dirillo, or Acate, is a 54-kilometre (34 mi) river in Sicily which springs from the Hyblaean Mountains and flows through the areas of Vizzini, Licodia Eubea, Mazzarrone, Chiaramonte Gulfi, Acate, Vittoria, Gela. It enters the Strait of Sicily so…
The Hyblaean Mountains (Italian: Monti Iblei) are a mountain range in south-eastern Sicily, Italy.
Scoglitti (Sicilian: Scugghitti) is a small fishing village near the town of Vittoria on the south coast of Sicily.
Mount Lauro is a mountain reaching 986 metres located in south-eastern Sicily belonging to the chain of Hyblaean Mountains, stretching between three provinces of Catania, Ragusa and Siracusa.
Akrillai (Ἄκριλλαι in Greek and Acrillae in Latin) was an ancient Greek colony located in the modern province of Ragusa where the Sicilian town of Chiaramonte Gulfi stands today. The ruins of the old colony can be found in the contrada Piano del Con…
The Irminio is a 55-kilometre (34 mi) long river located in south-eastern Sicily and is also the most important of the rivers of the province of Ragusa.
Lago di Santa Rosalia is an artificial lake in the Province of Ragusa, Sicily, Italy.
Monte Casale is a mountainous elevation on Sicily in Italy, reaching 910m above sea level, which (with the neighbouring Monte Lauro) formed part of the oldest volcanic formation of the Hyblaean Mountains. Their peaks form the boundary between the pr…
Monte Raci is a mountain reaching 610 metres located in the Sicilian province of Ragusa and is one of the Hyblaen chain. It is located in the Chiaramonte Gulfi commune.
Dirillo Lake is an artificial lake to the south of Licodia Eubea in the Province of Catania, Sicily, Italy, which was formed in the 1950s by damming the river Dirillo.