Most beautiful places in Sicily, Italy



Siracusa – 2700 year-old ancient city in Sicily, Italy

Siracusa – 2700 year-old ancient city in Sicily, Italy

Siracusa (English: Syracuse) is an ancient city in the biggest Mediterranean island – Sicily, Italy. It is located in the southeastern part of the island and is divided into old and new cities. Siracusa was founded around the year 730 BC by colonists from Corinth. Soon after the founding, the city began to grow and […]

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Taormina – the beauty made by human and nature in Sicily, Italy

Taormina – the beauty made by human and nature in Sicily, Italy

Taormina is a small Italian town, located at the north-eastern part of Sicily island, between Messina and Catania. It is considered to be one of the most popular holiday destinations in Sicily. It lies between two wide bays, high on the hill of Monte Tauro. The proximity of both the sea and snow-covered volcano Etna, […]

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Tindari – the Greek-Roman archaeological site | Sicily, Italy

Tindari – the Greek-Roman archaeological site | Sicily, Italy

Tindari is a small coastal town situated on a rocky hill (Capo Tindari) and contains the remnants of an ancient Greek site Tyndaris from 396 BC. Thanks to its strategic location, the city could easily control and prevent the sea between the Aeolian islands and Messina until it was finally conquered by Carthaginians. Sanctuary of […]

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Cava Grande Cassibile – impressive canyon in Sicily, Italy

Cava Grande Cassibile – impressive canyon in Sicily, Italy

The Cava Grande Cassibile Canyon can be found where the Cassibile River carves its way through the Sicilian Hyblaean Mountains. At nearly 10 kilometres in length, the Cava Grande Cassibile Canyon may be considered a small canyon, but it’s nevertheless one of the most picturesque regions throughout the entire Sicilian countryside. In many places along […]

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Mount Etna – largest active volcano in Europe | Sicily, Italy

Mount Etna – largest active volcano in Europe | Sicily, Italy

Located on the Island of Sicily, Mount Etna is the highest point on the island. Standing at 3,350 meters above seal level, it is considered to be the largest active volcano in all of Europe. It is hard to determine the true height of the volcano since it changes every time there is even the […]

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Castello di San Marco Calatabiano in Italy, Sicily

Castello di San Marco Calatabiano in Italy, Sicily

The Castello di San Marco was originally built back in the 17th century and features the popular Sicilian Baroque architectural features that are prominent throughout much of the country. It was built as a summer residence for the prince, Ignazio Gravina. From the castle, you are afforded some of the most awe inspiring views of […]

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Palermo – the craziest city in Europe | Sicily, Italy

Palermo – the craziest city in Europe | Sicily, Italy

Palermo is a historical city in the northwest of the island of Sicily in Italy. It is also the cultural, economic and touristic capital of Sicily. The city is noted for its rich history, culture, architecture and gastronomy, playing an important role throughout much of its existence; it is over 2,700 years old and has […]

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