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The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily retains an intriguing history and rich heritage from the ancient Greeks to the House of Bourbon. Sicily has a unique culture, especially with regards to the arts, music, literature, cuisine, and architecture and home to some important archaeological and sites, such as Agrigento, Selinunte, the Valley of the Temples and the Necropolis of Pantalica to name only a few.

Home to one of the most prominent landmarks, Mount Etna is the tallest active volcano in Europe towering 3,329 m high, and one of the most active volcanos in the world. It’s spectacular site from the city of Catania and it can be seen smoking in the distance as far as the hilltop town of Taormina.

Little villages stretching over hilltops and sloping down to the sea, bustling coastal towns and cities hosting some the best luxury hotels complimented by the island’s beaches which are some of the most stunning in the world. Crystalline blue waters, pebbled and sandy settings, hidden rocky coves and best way to soak up the sun and the Sicilian culture.

Capital City

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Best Time to Visit
March to October

Crystalline blue waters, pebbled and sandy settings, hidden rocky coves and the warmth of the Sicilian sun and the culture…..

There is no shortage of inspiration here, Sicily’s azure waters, ancient culture and intriguing narrow streets adorned with quaint, charming shops and boutiques, are the perfect recipe for a wonderful adventure and romantic break.

Mazzaro Sea Palace – VRetreats

Atlantis Bay – VRetreats

Baia Taormina Grand Palace Hotels & Spa

UNAHOTELS Capotaormina

Hotel Villa Belvedere

NH Collection Taormina