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It will only take you approximately 15 minutes by car to reach the town of Avola between Siracusa and Noto....

The beach “Pineta of Gelsomineto” is situated just  2 km from Fontane Bianche and 5 km from Avola in the Municipility of Avola. It is one of the most beautiful beaches on the south east coast Sicily. A yet unspoiled hidden gem with a clean...

Packed with gems of architecture and natural scenery of immeasurable beauty, not to mention authentic Italian wine, this tiny place is a definite “treasure “of Sicily....

Packed with gems of architecture and natural scenery of immeasurable beauty, not to mention authentic Italian wine, this tiny place is a definite “treasure “of Sicily....

Augusta is in a strategic position, only a 10 minute drive to the charming fishing village of Brucoli and 30 minutes from Siracusa. The Nature Reserve of Vendicari is one hour away....

Scordia is an ancient village set in the countryside just outside Scordia in agricultural land, woods and nature reserves. The best Sicilian red oranges come from this area. It is ideally located, slightly inland with an inexhaustible wide range of places to visit....

If you are looking for a bit of a summer buzz surrounded by breathtaking scenery, then Taormina is just the place for you! About an hour’s drive from the large eastern coastal city of Catania in Sicily, Taormina is perched high at 204 meters on the...

Cefalu is famed for being one of the two most popular tourist attraction in Sicily. Its seafront promenade is fringed by one of Sicily’s most beautiful sandy beaches on one side and wide choice of restaurants, bars and hotels on the other. ...

On the southeastern coast, halfway between Noto and Marzamemi, you will find long golden beaches and the breathtaking landscapes of Vendicari’s Nature Reserve....

Brucoli is set within a natural bay protected from winds and currents making it a favourite mooring for motorboats and sailing boats. It  is a small friendly fishing village where boat owners and visitors head to for “granita”, newspapers, aperitifs and dinner. ...

The seven Aeolian Islands are of volcanic formation and they rise from the Tyrrhenian sea. Their history dates back thousands of years and is rich with mythological legends. Vulcano, Lipari and Salina are the largest islands. Filicudi and Alicudi are the smallest ones with Panarea....

The small town of San Vito Lo Capo rests in a valley between some spectacular mountains and hosts a beautiful beach, popular with local holidaymakers. The centre of San Vito Lo Capo has many eateries for the beachgoers. One of the specialities are bread rolls...

Behind the more well-known beaches of Cefalù, stands the imposing mountain chain of the Madonie with some of the highest peaks in Sicily, after Mount Etna. Snow tipped between December and February it even offers a small ski resort on Pizzo Carbonara and Piano Battaglia...

Giarre sits conveniently between Mount Etna, Catania and Taormina. It is a busy city.  Its bustling port of Riposto with its Marina and a small town-centre laced with restaurants, bars and a characteristic fish market hosts motorboats and and sailing boats....

About 25 km North of Catania lies the province of Milo, distinguished by its chestnut and pine wood forest as well as a surge in the development of Agrotourism in more recent years...

Tucked away in one of the most southern parts of Sicily, is this friendly steeply stacked medieval town with its spectacular Baroque cathedral....

Siracusa is strategically positioned about one hour from Catania, ideal as a base to visit the south-east of the island. It has that wonderful blend of history, seafront promenades, alleys brimming with baroque buildings interlacing crumbling decadence with tasteful re-birth....

Noto is the capital of Baroque architecture in Sicily and one of the most beautiful sites protected by UNESCO. When the Cathedral collapsed in 1996, Noto gained its popularity. ...