Explore Sicily our Tips for your Holidays Whenever you head on holiday somewhere for the first time, you never quite know what to expect when you arrive. Will you enjoy it? What will you discover? Will you stick to the beaches and the typical tourist activities or will you strike out on your own to […]
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Did you know that Palermo, the much-loved capital of Sicily, is recognised as the European Capital of Street Food? To garner such an honour is very difficult indeed, and yet if you visit Palermo to test the theory that it is worthy of this honour, you will find yourself voting for the same result heartily […]
If your chosen villa is on the eastern coastline of Sicily, Taormina should be added to your list of places to visit. It is a charming town, small in size but big on character. It was discovered by tourists back in the 1800s, and they’ve never really let go of it ever since. I’m not […]
I know – it sounds bizarre to even consider walking on what is one of Europe’s liveliest volcanoes. However you should bear with me, since there are many people who safely walk or hike around Mount Etna on a regular basis. Perhaps you too will become one of them when you visit Sicily. The most […]
The idea that you could visit an island with an active volcano is reason enough for some to pick the Aeolian Islands for a Sicilian-based holiday. I believe the more you discover about these islands, the more you will wish to know. Let me introduce you to the islands themselves, because there are several of […]
Italy as a whole is known for its ruins, and Sicily is no exception to this. I’ve seen some of the most sublime ruins the island has to offer, some of which make you feel as though you have stepped back into the past. I thought I’d share some of these with you today.