Between the Hyblaean Mountains and the Plain of Vittoria, along the valley of the river Ippari, there is the small town of Comiso. Its limestone, in dialect called "a pethra o'commisu", has always characterized the landscape and the architecture of its urban center, set at the foot of the Hyblaean massif, among quarries, shelters, tombs, noble palaces and squares.
Enjoying the view of the city from a privileged location, we will begin our guided walking tour from the Reserve of Cava Porcaro, the best place to discover the oldest traces of the past of Comiso. We will then head down to the heart of the town, which seems like maze of narrow streets and outstanding views overlooked by the domes of the Annunziata and Santa Maria delle Stelle churches. From the castle of the Counts of Naselli, to its churches, through the Roman baths and the neo-classical buildings, we will discover an unexplored territory out off the beaten paths of the nearby UNESCO late Baroque towns of Val di Noto.