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Mount Etna, the active Volcano

UNESCO world heritage site since 2013, In an almost constant state of activity and emitting frequent eruptions, Europe’s largest active volcano has an almost overwhelming presence over eastern Sicily. Somehow no trip to Sicily seems absolutely complete without a visit to Mount Etna.

Trapani, Marsala and Erice

The province of Trapani has a fascinating history: the Tyrrhenian and the Mediterranean sea meet right in front of the peninsula. The city was once the port serving Erice, and became an important centre for the Greeks, the Romans, the Arabs and the Normans thanks to its strategic position. Furthermore Trapani is connected with Marsala with a salt-way-roadThe area is famous for the wine, organic salt and olive oil productions.

Agrigento and the Valley of the Temples

The archaeological area of Agrigento, the Valley of the Temples, is on the southern coast of Sicily and covers the vast territory of the ancient polis, from the Rupe Atenea to the acropolis of the original ancient city, as well as to the sacred hill on which stand the main Doric temples and up to the extramural necropolis.

Siracusa and Ortigia

Mediterraneo’s gem and cultural capital of Magna Grecia, the city offers a great variety of choices and attractions. It stands on the shores of south-eastern Sicily and shows different types of coasts: from jagged cliffs to beautiful beaches. The urban territory develops itself on the island of Ortigia and on the mainland;

Taormina and the Greek Roman Theatre

Taormina is always part of the best travel itineraries when it comes to a visit to Sicily. The city is a beautiful hilltop town on the East coast of Sicily. Perched 204m high, it boasts some of the most impressive views of the island and even in the whole of Italy, with the sparkling Ionian sea stretching as far as the eye can see, and the mighty Mount Etna providing a constant striking yet humbling presence.

Palermo, the Capital of Sicily

Palermo has a very distinct atmosphere and is a mysterious place with conflicting characteristics which you can notice strolling through its charming streets. Its strategic position, in the middle of the Mediterranean, attracted numerous invaders including Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans and especially Spanish, the most influential population. Palermitan culture is therefore, the amazing result of the different ethnic groups that had left evident signs during centuries.

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