Chiesa di San Carlo al Corso
For an alternative viewing platform, head down the road to the Chiesa di San Carlo al Corso where you can climb to the top of the...
The cathedral is surrounded on all sides by elegant town houses such as Palazzo Ducezio and Palazzo Landolina, once home to Noto's...
About halfway along Corso Vittorio Emanuele is the graceful Piazza Municipio, flanked by Noto's most dramatic buildings. To the north,...
Anche gli Angeli
A lounge bar, 'concept store', restaurant and live music venue, this is an incredible space in a small town such as Noto. Sitting inside...
Dolceria Corrado Costanzo
Just around the corner from Caffè Sicilia , Costanzo is famous for its gelati, torrone , dolci di mandorla (almond sweets) and cassata ...
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 125 · interesting places nearby
Caffè Sicilia information
Dating from 1892 and especially renowned for its granite, this beloved place vies with its next-door neighbour, Dolceria Corrado Costanzo, for the honours of Noto's best dessert shop. Frozen desserts are made with the freshest seasonal ingredients (wild strawberries in springtime, for example) while the delicious torrone (nougat) bursts with the flavours of local honey and almonds.