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The affectionately named volcano Mamma Etna is seen by locals as both a blessing and a curse. Today, its frequent eruptions draw visitors from across the globe and the lava-based landscape is, in our opinion, among the prettiest in Europe.
Taormina is locally called the Mediterranean Pearl and is situated on a natural sheer terrace above the sea. In the 1800s, the town was praised for its beauty throughout Europe and it has not lost any of its charm in modern times.
Syracuse is truly a province of excellence. Ancient Greek ruins rise out of lush citrus orchards, cafe tables spill onto dazzling Baroque piazzas and honey-hued Medieval side streets lead down to the sparkling blue sea.
Marsala is a beautiful coastal town in Western Sicily. The town has immense pride in its ancient origins and the fine exhibits in its archaeological museum.
Palermo is the city of a thousand faces, loud but elegant, eclectic and never dull. Palermo, with its architectural beauty, its traditions and its people, enchants visitors from all over the world.
Agrigento is situated on Sicily's southern coast. The town's Valley of the Temples (Valle dei Templi) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the greatest legacies of ancient Greece left standing today.
Catania is the perfect place for a diverse holiday, with pretty beaches, natural wonders, cultural sites and beautiful weather to enjoy all in one place.
Whether you’re looking for modern metropolitan culture, to explore absorbing historical heritage or simply to settle in for long sun-drenched days on luxurious beaches living the true la dolce vita, Cefalù has it all.
Favignana is the most active and lively island of the Aegadian Islands located on the west coast of Sicily, close to Trapani and Marsala.
Clustered in the blue-green Mediterranean about an hour’s boat ride north of Sicily are the Aeolian Islands – one of Europe’s most visually stunning and historically intriguing archipelagos.
One of the most fascinating towns in Sicily, Ragusa is famous for its glorious Baroque architecture and historic buildings that date back to the 17th century.
Monreale is a historic hill-town just outside Palermo. The town enjoys excellent views down the valley of the Conca d'Oro towards the sea, making it a gloriously picturesque setting for your Sicily vacation.