Cattedrale di San Nicolò
Flanking the architectural jewel box that is Piazza Municipio, this palace was once home to the powerful Sant'Alfano family.
Palazzo Nicolaci di Villadorata
The striking facade of this 18th-century palace features wrought-iron balconies supported by a swirling pantomime of grotesque figures....
Facing Noto's celebrated cathedral is Palazzo Ducezio, designed in the mid-18th-century by Vincenzo Sinatra and inspired by French...
Low-slung lamps spotlight linen-clad tables at Vicari, and rightfully so. In the kitchen is up-and-coming chef Salvatore Vicari, who...
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Cattedrale di San Nicolò information
Pride of place in Noto goes to San Nicolò Cathedral, a baroque beauty that had to undergo extensive renovation after its dome collapsed during a 1996 thunderstorm. The ensuing decade saw the cathedral scrubbed of centuries of dust and dirt before reopening in 2007. Today the dome, with its peachy glow, is once again the focal point of Noto's skyline.