bianco e bluCava D'aliga

A few kilometres further on from Donnalucata you arrive at the small village of Cava D'Aliga in the territory of Scicli.
Cava D'Aliga only comes alive in the summer, half of the inhabitants of Scicli enjoy a sea that is always clean thanks to the lack of nearby population centres.
Cava d'Aliga has a naturalistic beauty especially in the low cliffs, which house caves, real caves: the Cave of the Smugglers, a true paradise.
In the area of Punta Corvo, along the provincial coast, there is an old abandoned lighthouse, once used by the Guardia di Finanza, it was the used in the stories of Inspector Montalbano.
The area consists of cliffs and inlets entirely covered by the dwarf palm, typical of the Mediterranean scrub.
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From its heights Cava D'Aliga dominates the entire coastline up to Punta Secca with a splendid view of the sea. Even its beach are typical of Ragusa, washed by a clear sea.