Siracusa for Digital Nomads? A few years ago, this could have been the funniest idea ever. But today, with its stunning beaches, amazing climate, extraordinary food, beautiful people, Siracusa is the perfect destination for any digital nomads looking for a great place to stay. Whether it’s for a few days or a few months.

Read this if you wish to discover more about Siracusa

Siracusa for digital nomads – A Work-Eat-Play Guide


Impact Hub is probably one of the best coworking space I ever been. And I have been to many. One of the things I love about it is its gorgeous location, right at the centre of the old city but hidden in a quiet street.

Another plus is its fabulous community. As you probably know, Impact Hub is an international network of co-working spaces focused on social innovation.

Oh! And the internet speed is around 25 MBPS, which is fast enough for most kind of online activity.


Italians love food and Sicilians are no exception. In fact, it’s possible that Sicilians love their food even more than the rest of Italians. And for good reason!

The best part about food in Sicily is that, on top of being one of the most delicious cuisines in the world, it always comes quite cheap.

To give you an idea, you can get a real Italian cappuccino costs €1,2, and a pastry is €1€. But beyond breakfast, you could also get away with a fish dinner for about 30€. But Sicily is also famous for its street food which has nothing to envy to the scene in Bangkok or Hong Kong. If you feel like having a mid-afternoon snack, you can get an arancini or a slice of pizza (for about 2€).

Food sorted, now let’s talk about fun time in Siracuse! 

Want to read more about Sicilian Food? Check our Sicilian Taste column!


Whether you are into culture, sports or clubs Siracusa has everything to keep you busy. Ortigia, in particular, is a UNESCO site and on top of being a stunning city, it also features some of the best art of the whole island. Here, you can also find lots of hidden and less-known gems. The Greek and Arab influence are still very visible today when looking at the various buildings.

If you aren’t really into art and history, Siracusa has lots to offer in terms of activities, especially sea sports. For you to know, Enzo Maiorca, the freediving many times world-record champion was born in Siracusa.

If you prefer the mainland, there are a lot of options there too. Hikers can choose to climb Etna, the highest volcano in Europe and only 30 min from the city or go explore the national reserve called “Cavagrande”.

For those who prefer to immerse themselves in history, there are plenty of villages to explore, like Ragusa or Noto.

So now you know why I say Siracusa for digital nomads, right? What are you waiting for?

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