Sicily

Sicily Attractions

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Catania

The Sicilian port city of Catania is both a great home base for exploring the island, and a good stop for a day trip. Located on the eastern coast of Sicily, ...  Read more

Messina

From the Italian mainland, you can see the city of Messina at the tip of Sicily’s northeastern coast across the Strait of Messina. The city is Sicily’s entry ...  Read more

Mount Etna

Mount Etna, on the island of Sicily, is Europe’s tallest active volcano. Not only that, it’s one of the world’s most active volcanoes and, as of 2013, is an ...  Read more

Palermo

Palermo is Sicily’s capital and largest city, located on the northern coast of the island and known for its historic, artistic and cultural attractions. As is ...  Read more

Taormina

The beaches of Sicily are incredibly popular in the summer months, both with vacationing Italians and Europeans from further afield. Perhaps no beach resort ...  Read more

Aci Castello

The city of Aci Castello is on the eastern coast of the island of Sicily, and - as you might guess from the name - there’s a castle in the city that was once ...  Read more

Acireale

In addition to larger and more famous cities and towns on Sicily’s eastern coast - like Catania, Taormina, and Syracuse - there are several notable towns that ...  Read more

Aeolian Islands

The Aeolian Islands are a collection of eight islands off the northeastern coast of Sicily. The archipelago takes its name from the Greek god of wind, Aeolus, ...  Read more

Cefalu

The Sicilican town of Cefalù, on the island’s northern coast, is one of the many popular beach towns in Sicily. Cefalù may be small, but the ...  Read more

Marsala

You might be familiar with the name “Marsala” because of the famous fortified wine that originates in the city - and in fact, one of Marsala’s nicknames is the ...  Read more

Syracuse

The Sicilian city of Syracuse - spelled Siracusa in Italian - sits on the island’s eastern coast, south of Messina and Catania. While much of Italy is ...  Read more

Alcantara Gorges

A volcano can create some pretty interesting terrain, and Sicily’s Mt. Etna is no exception. Some of the geographic impacts of Mt. Etna aren’t even visible ...  Read more

Borgo Medievale

The town that we know today as Taormina is in an area in which there has been a settlement of some kind since the 8th century B.C.E. - but in the town itself ...  Read more

Capuchin Catacombs

One of the most famous sights in Palermo - albeit an incredibly macabre one - is the extensive network of Catacombs under the Capuchin Monastery. These crypts ...  Read more

Castelmola

The town of Taormina sits high above the Mediterranean Sea, so it already boasts some of the loveliest views in Sicily. But the tiny town of Castelmola, which ...  Read more

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