Syracuse, or Siracusa if you prefer, there is the opportunity to explore many a delightful beach. Nestled in a prime spot in the south-eastern corner of Sicily, Syracuse includes the small island of Ortigia and also boasts a significant section of coastline as its own. From here there are numerous opportunities to find a sandy stretch of beach for a half-day or a day, and you will never run short of things to do or views to appreciate while you are there.
Etna, Madonie, Vendicari, Zingaro, Nebrodi National Parks don’t exist in Sicily, but the island blessed with many beautiful protected natural landscapes known as regional parks and nature reserves. Indeed Sicily has nearly 80 local nature reserves, even one protected wetland, offering nature lovers a very different experience. Parco dell’Etna Mount Etna, Italy’s highest mountain south […]
Travel tips in Sicily Italy always referred to as the boot – the name it has earned from its boot-like appearance on the map of the world. If this is the case then, we can confidently call Sicily the football. It is a relatively large island, the largest of its kind in the Mediterranean Sea, and […]
Cefalu a special place in Sicily For those looking for a beautiful, undiscovered haven of tranquillity, a trip to Cefalù may be just what the doctor ordered. Cefalu lies in the Mediterranean. It is a city as well as a commune, located in Palermo, on the northern coast of Sicily. Cefalu is considered one of […]
Visit Sicily Sicily is always a tourist hot spot. From its gorgeous beaches to its excellent food to its amazing cultural opportunities, Sicily offers visitors much to see and do. All the travel guides will agree that these are some of the most popular and most interesting sites to see in Sicily. When you are […]
Top 5 Historical Sites you shouldn’t leave Sicily without seeing With a rich and complex history of invasions with the Greeks, Romans, Normans, Carthaginians, Arabs and Spanish all going their imprint, Sicily is awash with historical sites. Indeed Sicily boasts more ancient Greek temples than Greece itself. Segesta Once a thriving city, home to the […]