Sicily do not fail to mesmerize visitors. Sicilian cuisine, Sicilian Mafia, Sicilian beaches, Sicilian climate...
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean, a mountainous island lying at the southwestern of mainland Italy separated only by a narrow strait of Messina. Its rugged mountainous landscape gave way to sunny, sandy beaches and unique cuisine that reflects the range of cultural tradition of its people since time immemorial.
Visiting Sicily is not complete without exploring Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest active volcano, the Roman amphitheaters, Norman castles, Greek temples and Aragonese churches.
Typically, Sicily has a Mediterranean climate suited for all types of visitors.