ChocoModica 2019 | Modica Chocolate Festival

Countdown to the 2019 edition of Chocomodica (chocomodicaofficial.it) to savor and experience with amiable conviviality. It will take place from the 31st of october to the 3rd of November, with many events and initiatives planned, which go far beyond the gastronomic sphere.

The appointment with #CineCiok, the chocolate-flavored film festival at the Garibaldi Theater, is back. And then music, literature, art, shows, cooking workshops, show cooking, children's workshops, food and wine pairings and tastings, for a rich and dense calendar that will leave no room for boredom. Among the most original initiatives, to note that of prof. Edoardo Malagigi, of the Academy of Fine Arts of Florence, who will make his Pinocchio in Modica, a splendid installation of chocolate and papier mache.

Chocomodica 2019
 

Modica Chocolate

Likened to gold, the Modica chocolate bar alludes to delights and flavours that are difficult to forget. The legendary Modica chocolate, with its memorable olfactory and emotional surprises, is the first IGP chocolate and invites you to discover the secret of the sparkling of sugary crystals signed by the wise makers of goodness and beauty.
 

Discover Modica

In the chocolate-flavored city there are medieval churches, eighteenth-century churches "embroidered" in stone and buildings adorned with festive baroque portals and grotesque masks that support iron and flowery spirals. The magical harmony orchestrated by fascinating moments of celebration, music, art and culture becomes viral during ChocoModica.
 

Where to stay in Modica

Palazzo Failla is a 19-century noble house that the owners have preserved exactly as it was in the days when the family lived there: the parents' bedroom still has the water green Venetian furniture, the maid's room retains an 18th century majolica the living room has frescoed vaults and a wrought iron bed.

A 3-night stay sharing a deluxe double room starts at £ 335 per person including breakfast and fully comprehensive car hire

Palazzo Failla, deluxe room