Donnalucata is a quiet and picturesque coastal town, ideal place to spend a holiday with the sea, art, culture, wine and food tours. The Arabs called it "Ain Lucat" "Source of hours" for sources of fresh water that flow into the sea and which are governed by the tides.
A fishing village where every morning the boats depart at the first light of dawn and where you can enjoy the excellent fish purchased on the open market stalls every day near the pier at the site of a beautiful and well-appointed waterfront.
During the winter months, Donnalucata is inhabited mainly by people who stay there all year, whereas in summer the population is multiplied by the presence of tourists and families from the province who leave the city to take advantage of the climate-ventilated and cool in bank to the sea.
The immense beach of fine golden sand and sea and in shallow Donnalucata not the only attraction of the town. Travelers will find excellent local restaurants, pizzerias and small bistro overlooking the sea where you can try the Sicilian cuisine in all its declinations by excellent fish dishes, for the first succulent tasty slush open every day that summer that respects accompanied by hot brioches..
For the young nightlife is very intense and continuing until dawn in the numerous local and chalets located along the coast ibleo and easily accessible.
Donnalucata is the seaside resort of Scicli and surroundings, a city nominated World Heritage Site by UNESCO (with Modica and Ragusa Ibla who are just a few miles away and reachable in a short time). Scicli, along with the town of Noto, Modica and Ragusa Ibla boasts one of the most valuable and significant peninsula of Baroque, Baroque of the Val di Noto, and was adopted by Elio Vittorini "the most beautiful city in the world."
Lately Scicli, Donnalucata, Ragusa, Modica, Puntasecca Scoglitti, Sampieri grew to honor the headlines for being protagonists of incidences of Commissario Montalbano, known television series that has imposed the province of Ragusa on the scene throughout the national and international tourism. For lovers of history and nature of a few kilometers can also be reached by bicycle, is the natural reserve of Irminio River.
The entire area is famous for its wine and gastronomy. In fact, you can taste the excellent ice cream and the granite of almonds, pistachios, lemons and mandarins, but also the exquisite sweet ricotta (cash and cannoli) and the famous chocolate of Modica dating back to ancient Aztec tradition. E 'should finally bodied and taste the famous wines of the area (Cerasuolo di Vittoria, Nero D'Avola, Syrah, Moscato di Noto and others).