ancient city on the southern coast of Sicily

Kamarina (Greek: Καμάρινα) was a Greek city founded by the Corintian-Syracusans in 598 BC. Nowadays the site is known as the Archeological Park of Kamarina, and it is 25km from Ragusa.

Kamarina was destroyed several times; first by the Punic-Cartaginians (403 BC), then by the Romans (258 BC) and at the last time by the Arabs in 827.

Get inEdit

By carEdit

From Ragusa, Marina di Ragusa or Scoglitti.

Get aroundEdit

Map of Kamarina

Pedestrian area.


Temple of Athena, the ruins of the city and the fortification walls.

  • 1 Temple of Athena.
  • 2 Museum of Archaeology.



In the Archeological Museum there is a small gift-shop where you can buy souvenirs and postcards.





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