After the earthquake that devastated south-eastern Sicily in 1693, the population of Noto moved from the impervious top of Mount Alveria to the more beautiful slope near the coast. As a result, a maniple comprising illustrious architects conceived a union of luxury and savings (Gesualdo Bufalino), in order to rebuild Noto and make the fine local stone echo the Baroque architecture of Central Europe. The works were overseen by Giuseppe Lanza (Duke of Camastra and Vicar General of Viceroy Uzeda).
- Also available in Spanish and French
- Duration 3 hours
- Price per group from € 180,00
The above-mentioned price does not include transport to and from the location.
The above-mentioned price does not include the entrance ticket to the monuments and the museums, where required.