Sicily is an ancient region that makes use of remote historical contaminations: from the Greeks to the Phoenicians, passing through Romans and Carthaginians, the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea has a millenary past to tell, which emerges in every corner of the region, whose nature is mostly wild and dry. There are many Sicilian villages, some sinuously perched in the hinterland, such as Aidone, Sambuca di Sicilia, Montalbano Elicona or Sutera, others along the coast, such as Levanzo, Milazzo, Marzameni or Santa Flavia. The sea is a charm and the rocky coves are real postcards.
Aci Trezza, a hamlet of Aci Castello, is a very charming little fishing village, dominated by the 8 stacks
The village of Aidone is located in Sicily, in one of the districts of cultural and naturalistic most interesting of the entire region.
Bompietro, located in the heart of the Madonie Park, for the geographical and climatic characteristics of the village is called the "Country of Wellness".
Dominating Brolo is its Castle, located on a promontory overlooking the sea, to which the legend of the Scoglio del Pianto is linked
Castiglione di Sicilia
Castiglione di Sicilia is dominated by the ancient Lauria Castle, positioned on top of a hill with a structure similar to that of a stronghold
Castroreale is a village rich in artistic and natural treasures, from here you can admire the beautiful Aeolian Islands.
Cefalù, inside the Madonie Park, is dominated by the Rocca. Its inhabited area, of medieval origins, developed around the homonymous Cathedral.
Cesarò boasts among its historic buildings the Palazzo Zito, once the residence of the family of the same name and today a museum house
The medieval village of Erice, in Sicily, is known for the majestic Castle of Venus, located on the top of Mount Erice
Ferla is a small medieval village, considered a splendid pearl of the Val di Noto. An ancient village full of places of worship full of history
Floresta is the highest town in Sicily, located in the Nebrodi Mountains Park, and is famous for its Provola, among the excellences of its traditions.
Giarratana is one of the smallest towns in the province of Ragusa. Of ancient origins, it is called the "Pearl of the Iblei"
Ispica, in the Val di Noto, is a destination for quality seaside tourism. Its center is a succession of elegant late baroque and liberty works
Lampedusa is the largest island in the Pelagie archipelago in the Mediterranean sea together with Linosa and Lampione.
Levanzo is the smallest island of the Egadi islands, bathed by clear waters and formed by white limestone rocks that have numerous caves
Marzamemi is a seaside village, near Pachino and Noto, known for the famous Tonnara, the second most important in Sicily
Mazara del Vallo
Mazara del Vallo is known for its typical Islamic neighborhood, called Casbah. Steeped in history, its cuisine is one of the most varied in the region
Milazzo is the ideal tourist destination to reach the Aeolian Islands. The most important monument of the village is the Castle of Federico II
Novara di Sicilia
Novara di Sicilia stands on the slope of the mountain from which you can see the ancient Tindari.
Ortigia is the island that constitutes the oldest part of the city of Syracuse, Sicily.
Palazzolo Acreide is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, an ideal destination for trips out of town and full of testimonies from different eras
Polizzi Generosa stands on a limestone mountain in the Madonie Park. Thanks to its strategic position, it offers a suggestive and different panorama
Ribera is full of charm and history and offers a panorama of inestimable naturalistic, environmental, cultural and food and wine value.
Salemi rises in the Belice Valley, the place where the Sicilian city Halyciae once stood.
Sambuca di Sicilia
Sambuca di Sicilia, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, today traces traces of the Arab tradition.
the village of Santa Flavia is known as a seaside resort that overlooks one of the most beautiful gulfs of Sicily.
Scoglitti is the seaside resort of victory and looks out on the Channel of Sicily, near the mouth of the river Ippari
Sortino is a fine example of Sicilian Baroque, known for its honey production and located near the Rock Necropolis of Pantalica
Sutera for its extensive view, offers a wonderful panorama that extends from Etna to the Gulf of Agrigento.