Most of the Hyblaean coastline in the "Province of Ragusa" has fine, golden, sandy beaches, with shallow water ideal for families with children. There are several beaches in the various small towns that dot the coastline, with about 90% of them being free open access.
There are also two valuable nature reserves, "Randello" and "Foce del fiume Irminio" with a typical Mediterranean landscape composed mostly of dwarf palms, lentisk, calcatreppola, sea lily, salsola, ravastrello, ephedra, juniper and many others.
There are three ports along the Hyblaean coast. The fishing port of Scoglitti that supplies restaurants in the area and where you can buy fresh fish directly. The new marina of Marina di Ragusa with an international presence throughout the year. Finally, the commercial port of Pozzallo, where there is a ferry service connecting with the island of Malta.