If you want to get away from it all in an enchanting setting, Sicily, separated from Italy by the Strait of Messina, will charm you with its bewitching beauty. Bordered by the Tyrrhenian Sea, the largest Mediterranean island invites you to spend your holidays in an atmosphere of traditions, sharing and exchange. However, before setting off to explore this island, it is necessary to organize your stay well.
How to get around Sicily?
Whether for a long or a shorter stay in Sicily, start by identifying your means of travel. Car rental is one of the simplest solutions. It is also possible to travel by bus connecting the main towns of the island.
Where to sleep in Sicily?
Whether you are planning to organize a trip with family, lovers or even friends, many hotels open their doors to you on this pearl of southern Italy. However, to live at your own pace and discover the Sicilian dolce vita like a local, opt for a rental Sicily. The vacation rentals on the island come in different versions to suit all tastes: apartment nestled in the old town of Palermo, rental in a seaside resort, vacation home in a picturesque village or in a mountainous landscape, etc.
What to see in Sicily?
Visits abound on the island, enough to satisfy the whole family. A true open-air museum, Palermo will seduce you with its eclectic charm with its historic buildings with multiple influences: Byzantine, Roman, Italian, Muslim, etc. The Catacombs of the Capuchins, the Massimo theater or the Norman Palace are to be discovered absolutely. Do not miss Syracuse either, home to many ancient remains, including the Temple of Apollo and the Fountain of Arethusa. Other cities are also worth a visit such as Noto, Modica or Ragusa.
Other wonders await you in Sicily like the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, to be admired at sunset. To make your vacation even more unforgettable, immerse yourself in the Ustica Marine Reserve, admire the view of breathtaking landscapes from the remains of the Greek Theater in Taormina and set off on a breathtaking discovery volcanic lands while climbing Etna. Indulge in the pleasures of idleness in a paradisiacal setting on the fine sandy beaches of Scala dei Turchi, but also in the Aeolian Islands. Finally, do not leave without succumbing to the culinary delights of the island.