RASI RENT moto & bike is settled in Marina di Ragusa (RG) and it’s located in its beautiful leisure port.

The service offers SCOOTER 125cc, electrically assisted pedal cycles (EAPCs) and city bikes RENTAL.

All the vehicles and products are brand-new; the shuttle service and vehicle retrieval all included.

Professionalism and accuracy are our bywords!





1.50 /per a day
35.00 /per a day
10.00 /per a day
26.00 /per a day
10.00 /per a day
35.00 /per a day
35.00 /per a day





6 hours  € 20,00
1 Day  € 35,00
3 Days  € 95,00
from 4° Day  € 25,00


5 hours  € 15,00
1 Day  € 26,00
3 Days  € 70,00
from 4° Day  € 20,00


1 hour  € 2,50
1 Day  € 10,00
3 Days  € 25,00
from 4° Day  € 6,00



1 hour  € 2,50
1 Day  € 10,00
3 Days  € 25,00
from 4° Day  € 6,00


1 Day  € 1,50

Prices are inclusive of: tax, helmet insurance, disc lock, padlock, motorcycle helmets, assistance service, shuttle service for free delivery and withdrawal for Ragusa and the province.


Marina di Ragusa is a hamlet of Ragusa, seaside place of around 3.468 inhabitants during the winter season, increasing much more during summer. The old name of the town was Mazzarelli, whichcomes from the Arabic “MarsaA’Rillah” (small haven). Marina di Ragusa is famous for a long-sanded coast and rocks either which goes from the east side from the nature reserve of the Irminio’s river to the west part of the touristic harbor of the town.
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Kaukana, along the coast going toward west of the province of Ragusa, ancient port city of Greek colonization in Sicily. The archeologic site of Caucana boasts a settlement of late ancient age composed by nearly 30 building. The main unit of the archeologic site it’s included between the seafront and the beach.
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PUNTASECCA, is a renowned sea hamlet in the province of Ragusa, after Caucana. The locals called it “a sicca” Sicilian dialect, noun for “dried”, probably referring to a little collection of rocks in the middle of the east beach and eventually for the long way to sink into the sea while walking towards it.
This hamlet brags thousands of years as well as the close Punta Braccetto, taken by the Byzantines, Arabs and Normans. During the Arab’s age was called “Ayn al-Qasab” but during the centuries it changed name many times as “Capo Scalambri” (this name still can be found in some geographic and nautical maps) from where the Torre Scalambri in Puntasecca takes its name, coastal defensive tower built in XVI century.
Punta Secca is recently famous for the Italian tv series “Il commissario Montalbano” famous all over the world and “Il giovane Montalbano” and as a matter of fact the house where the main character in the series lives, it’s exactly in the little plaza. Another famous attraction is the “FARO” of 35 meters (lighthouse) requested by the British government and built and designed in 1858-’59 by the engineer Nicolò Diliberto D’Anna.
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DONNALUCATA,is another sea hamlet which belongs to the municipality of Scicli, always in the province of Ragusa. According to a religious myth, in this place, during 1901 Ruggerod’AltaVilla “the count”, defeated the Saracens thanks to the help of the Madonna, called after that “delleMilizie” (of the armies) and that’s why a sanctuary was built as well as a coast tower and that where along that, the village developed.
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SAMPIERI, ancient and astonishing village of fishmen, with enticing long beaches, but also the tiny and romantic city center of stone houses and paved streets, situated along a calcareous spur, between two beaches. On the eastern extremity of the main beach it’s found “FORNACE PENNA” (basically a kiln) also called “U PISCIOTTU” by the locals. One of the cinematographic places of “Il Commissario Montalbano”.
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SCICLI, monumental baroque city, wonderful place of art and culture with a very famous living nativity scene, since 2002 the historic center belongs to the UNESCO, together with other seven municipalities in the “Val di Noto”. The landscapes are various: from the coast covered by the Mediterranean scrubland, to the nice alluvial slopes of the hinterland with olive, almond and carob trees, until when you reach the calcareous elevations of the northern and internal part where arises the province.
Remarkable monuments to see and visits are: PALAZZO BENEVENTANO (Beneventano Palace), PALAZZO FAVA (Fava palace), PALAZZO SPADARO (Spadaro Palace), CHIESA DI SAN Matteo (St. Matthew’s church), CHIESA DI SAN BARTOLOMEO APOSTOLO (St. Bartholomew Apostle’s church), CONVENTO DEI CAPPUCCINI (Cappuccini’s monastery) and much more!
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RAGUSA IBLA, or simply IBLA , it’s the inferior part and old city center of Ragusa in Sicily. In the “Ragusano’s” dialect the neighborhood is called “Iusu”, i.e. inferior Ragusa.
Over 50 churchs can be found and just as many palaces in Baroque style. In the eastern part it can be admired “GiardineoIbleo” which is basically an aesthetic park with several ornamental decorations and were also found, because of excavations, relics of the ancient city “HYBLA HERAIA”. Thisastonishingplaceisprotected by UNESCO whereit’sessential to visit: DUOMO DI SAN GIORGIO, CATTEDRALE DI SAN GIOVANNI BATTISTA, CHIESA DI SANTA MARIA DELL’ITRIA, CHIESA DI SAN GIUSEPPE, CHIESA DELLE SS. ANIME DEL PURGATORIO, CHIESA DI SANTA MARIA DELLE SCALE, CHIESA DI SAN FRANCESCO ALL’IMMACOLATA, PALAZZO BATTAGLIA, GIARDINO IBLEO,TORRE CABRERA, TEATRO DELLA CONCORDIA, CIRCOLO DI CONVERSAZIONE and much else.
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CASTELLO DI DONNAFUGATA, found in the municipality of Ragusa, 15 km away from the city. The building is a sumptuous aristocratic dwelling of the late ‘800. The abode was one of the most important belongings of the Arezzo – De Spuches family. The area of this “castle” is about 2500 mq with a vast façade in Neogothic style, flanked by two lateral towers which are welcoming the visitors.
The castle, made of three floors, it has around 120 rooms but only 20 are available for visits.
Looking around the rooms, with all the antique furniture of that time, seems like having a blast in the past, in the period of the last “gattopardi”. Every room was decorated with different taste and with a different function.
Around the castle there’s an enormous park of 8 hectares. There were something like 1500 different species of plants and various entertaining parts dedicated to delightful time created purposely for the guests like the circular temple or the peculiar stone-made labyrinth built with the famous “drywalls” you can uniquely find in the province of Ragusa. This labyrinth was inspired by another one: “Hampton Court”, London (UK) with a interesting trapezoidal shape, that the baron, lord Corrado Arezzo, stumbled into during his multiple journeys. Over this “drywalls” there were roses’ hedges to obstacle eyesight and avoid to jump over the layout.
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RAGUSA, is called the “city of bridges”, with three picturesque architectonic structures. On the 11th January 1693 a terrible earthquake tore down the majority of the city, exterminating over 50.000 people. The reconstruction of the city happened to be in the XVIII century and it divided it into two big parts: superior Ragusa and inferior Ragusa (Ibla) on the ancient medieval installations.
The flamboyant architectonic masterpieces after the earthquake they have been declared precious treasures of UNESCO in 2002. Ragusa is definitely one of the most important testament of Baroque art.
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Modica (Muòrica in Sicilian) is a city of Neolithic origins; historical capital of the territory almost corresponding to the Libero municipal consortium of Ragusa. Until the nineteenth century it was the capital of a county that has exerted a wide political, economic and cultural influence, so much so that it has been counted among the most powerful feuds of the south. As a legacy of a lost political centrality, it remained the fourth most important city in Sicily (after Palermo, Catania and Messina) until the first half of the twentieth century and is a fundamental reference point for the south-east of the island.

Modica boasts a rich repertoire of gastronomic specialties, the result of the contamination of the different cultures that have dominated it; It is known above all for the production of the typical Aztec-derived chocolate.
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Address: Via Livorno, 97010, Marina di Ragusa RG

Tel.: +39 333 283 3542