Explore historic Palermo on foot
Get lost in Sicily's main city for the best experience. There are plenty of cafes for refreshment amidst the centuries of decay the city proudly wears. Palermo's contradictions will captivate you.
Take a break on the Aeolian Islands
Aeolian Islands are often more obvious than they seem: two are very active volcanoes, and their steamy, smokey belching sends plumes far into the air.
Erice offers incredible views
There are no better views than those on the long climb to Erice in Sicily's west. It does. It's literally on top. This lofty vantage point overlooks Trapani's port from medieval Erice's perch on Eryx.
Zingaro Natural Reserve: wonders of nature
It is Sicily's oldest nature reserve, straddling the Golfo di Castellammare. There are pristine coves, hiking trails, and museums dotted along the scalloped coastline.
Piazza Armerina: ancient cultures collide
The finest Roman floor mosaics in the world can be explored in Piazza Armerina, a hilltop market town in central Sicily.
San Vito Lo Capo Beach
This large sandy beach is perfect for families with children. It's ideal for swimming or sunbathing on a hot day.
Scala dei Turchi
As far as sunsets go, Scala dei is Turchi one of the most romantic beaches in Sicily to enjoy them.
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