Only in Modica can you take a fascinating journey into culture which ranges from the archeology of prehistoric sites to the art of contemporary masters. Already the city itself is like a huge open-air museum, thanks to the magnificent Baroque architecture which characterizes the historical centre.

But move just a little away from the city centre to soak in the suggestive atmosphere of the Archaeological Park of Cava d'Ispica, one of the largest natural-existing archaeological complexes. Or take a tour through the life of a great contemporary poet as Salvatore Quasimodo in his House Museum where he was born. Or go and discover Modican excellence in the Chocolate Museum, which explains the tradition of chocolate making from the period of the Spanish county, through all the stages, from bean to the finished product.

The beautiful and at the same time terrible simulacra of war, kept in the Museum of Memory, bring to life the story of the landing that took place in Sicily, through the observation of artifacts and historically unique relics. Another man who came from Modica, Tommaso Campailla, has a dedicated house museum that allows you to discover the personality of the author's philosophical poem "L’Adamo" and the inventor of a cure for syphilis.