Sicily Tourist Areas
15 best Sicily tourist areas
Plan your trip to Sicily. Choose the area you want to visit and discover the most beautiful places to see and the top things to do, the traditional events, the typical street food to taste and the souvenirs to buy. Enjoy your time in Sicily thanks to the best offers of Hotels, B&Bs, Restaurants, etc.
Arab-Norman Palermo and the Cathedral of Monreale, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Villas of Bagheria. The Egadi Islands. The seaside villages and those of the Palermo hinterland.
Catania and Etna Area
Catania and its Baroque UNESCO World Heritage Site. Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe. The seaside villages of the Riviera dei Ciclopi and the mountain villages of the Etnea area.
Taormina and its magnificent Greek theater. Isola Bella. The Alcantara gorges and small villages rich in history and art. Castles, archaeological areas and a wonderful sea.
Syracuse, Noto and their Baroque UNESCO World Heritage Site. Pantalica, the largest rock necropolis in Europe. The seaside villages and natural oases of Vendicari and Cavagrande.
Trapani and Egadi
Trapani and its salt flats. The charm of the medieval village of Erice. Segesta with its temple and theater. The crystal clear sea of the Egadi Islands and the Zingaro reserve.
Agrigento and its Valley of the Temples, among the largest and most important archaeological sites in the Mediterranean, a UNESCO heritage site. The splendid cliff of the Scala dei Turchi.
Enna and the villages of the Sicilian hinterland. The mosaics of the Villa del Casale, a UNESCO heritage site. Caltagirone and its ceramics. Sperlinga and its castle carved into the rock.
Cefalù and Madonie
Cefalù with its UNESCO heritage cathedral, its monuments and the splendid coast. The Madonie Park with the Tiberius gorges, nature and medieval villages.
Ragusa and the baroque of Ragusa Ibla. Splendid seaside villages and rich cities of art.
Selinunte & Belice
The archaeological park of Selinunte. The Belice valley between ancient ruins and modern reconstructed cities. The dancing satyr of Mazara and the baroque of Castelvetrano.
Messina & Nebrodi
Messina and its astronomical clock. The Mystery of Argimusco. The Nebrodi park with its medieval mountain villages. The seaside villages and the splendid coasts.
The 7 pearls of the Mediterranean sea UNESCO World Heritage Site: Lipari, Panarea, Vulcano, Stromboli, Salina, Alicudi, Filicudi
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