The province of Ragusa covers an area of 1,614 sq.km and has a long coastline stretching for 85 kilometres. The rest of the area borders the province of Caltanisetta to the west, the province of Catania to the north west and the province of Siracusa to the south east.
Province of Ragusa, Sicily
The northern stretch of the province is dominated by the Hyblaean Mountain Range with the highest peak being Monte Lauro at 1010 metres. Around two thirds of the province is hilly with the rest being plains in the west or coastal.
The Cathedral of San Giorgio, Modica
The capital city of the province is Ragusa, with the second city being Vittoria.
15th century tower, Pozzallo
Other main towns in the province of Ragusa are:
- Santa Croce Camerina
- Chiaramonte Gulfi
- Monterosso Almo