Sicily

Things To Do & Attractions in Sicily

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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

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 5 Reviews

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

Alcantara Gorges

4 star rating: Recommended 41 Reviews

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

Annunziata dei Catalani Church

This stunning example of 12 and 13th century religious architecture is one of the most-prized landmarks in all of Messina. That’s because a 1908 earthquake ...  Read more

Bell Tower and Astronomical Clock (Orologio Astronomico)

One of Messina’s main draws is its cathedral, which houses its own campanile, or bell tower. The 200-foot tower was built in the late 16th century, destroyed ...  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

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

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

Castle Ursino

The most impressive vestige of medieval Catania is the formidable Castle Ursino (Castello Ursino), built by Emperor Frederick II in the early 13th century and ...  Read more

Cefalù Cathedral (Duomo)

Though the giant, craggy La Rocca may dominate the Cefalù skyline, the Cefalù Cathedral competes for that attention. The Norman-style church was ...  Read more

Chiesa San Giuseppe

Experience some of the best of Sicilian Baroque architecture by heading to Ragusa’s old town, called Ragusa Ibla, where you’ll find Chiesa San Giuseppe, or ...  Read more

Chiesa Santa Chiara

Officially known as the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, the Chiesa Santa Chiara is one of several examples of Sicilian Baroque style architecture in the town ...  Read more

Circumetnea Railway

4 star rating: Recommended 35 Reviews

There are many ways to explore the sights of Sicily, including its famous volcano - Mt. Etna. If you’re not up for hiking to the volcano’s crater, you can stay ...  Read more

Corso Umberto I

The Corso Umberto I is the main street in Taormina, running from one end of the historic center to the other. This pedestrian-only avenue is, as you might ...  Read more

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