Sicily is one of the pearls of Southern Italy and can be discovered, understood and experienced through a series of itineraries dedicated to areas of interest ranging from nature to history and traditions.
The volcano Etna is the symbol of this region and Its spectacular eruptions have created unique landscapes over the centuries.
Sicily is also rich in Unesco World Heritage Sites: the Late Baroque cities of the Noto Valley, the Villa Romana del Casale in Piazza Armerina, the Aeolian Islands with its beaches, caves and deep blue of the sea, the famous Valley of Temples in Agrigento Area, Siracusa and the Necrepolis of Pantalica.
The exuberance and warmth of the island of Sicily is evident in its food as well, which tells of Sicilians’ passion and care for good food and genuine flavors.
Taormina, a little a little gem not to be missed; Etna, the greatest active volcano in Europe, with its craters and wine estates; Segesta, Erice, Selinunte and the Valley of temples in Agrigento are some of the most important archaeological sites in Sicily; Siracusa with its Archeological Park and the old town – Ortigia; Modica and Noto Valley – two unesco heritage sites; Montalbano Elicona, one of the most beautiful medieval hill-towns in Italy recently elected as “Borgo dei Borghi” (most beautiful medieval village); a rich culinary tradition (the chocolate of Modica, the Arancino of Messina, granit, “cassata” a tipycal cake, etc); numerous cultural traditions and events (“Opera dei Pupi” – was even added to UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2008, Opera of Marionettes and the story of Orlando Furioso in Acireale, etc).