So called because it was used by the owner’s uncle, the “Canonico” Ignazio Nifosì, Camerlingo at the San Giorgio cathedral in Ragusa Ibla and renowned scholar of local history and archaeology.
The tower of the XV century consists of three floors. On the ground-floor there’s a living-room and private utilities. On the first floor there’s the bedroom with vaults and capitals of the XV century; it overlooks the private garden and the “Corte Araba”.
From the tower’s terrace you can clearly see the highlands, the coast and Malta as well.