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Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean and boasts a unique and fascinating past. The island is dotted with remnants of its past; a classical temple and Greek amphitheatre, an Arabic old town and Norman cathedral and mosaic filled churches and ornate piazzas embellished with a Sicilian Baroque style everywhere.

The landscape of Sicily is of long, wide coastal plains edged by secluded coves with sandy and pebbled beaches, backed by charming inland valleys and high mountains, with Mount Etna forming a stunning backdrop to the eastern coast. This varied terrain alongside the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea offers guests on Sicily holidays plenty of things to do, both inland and on the shore.



The capital Palermo lies on the northern coast, this buzzing city is full of life, and energy and is a fantastic place to explore and find hidden gems on Sicily holidays. However, on the eastern coast where the most rewarding collection of cities and towns are to be found, amongst them, Messina, Catania, Siracusa and our featured resorts of Taormina, Castelmola and Acireale. These cities are far less travelled than the likes of Rome, Venice and Florence.



Taormina enjoys an idyllic location, favourably perched on a steep mountainside with panoramic views of Mount Etna, two grand sweeping bays and a picturesque Graeco-Roman amphitheatre. Drenched in sunshine year-round, this popular chic resort town offers natural beauty among a chaotic network of winding streets with luxury designer boutiques, ancient churches and flower-filled balconies adorning beautifully restored medieval buildings and intimate piazzas. Taormina is especially magnificent on clear days when you can view the exquisite flora and flora against a backdrop of snow-capped volcanoes spewing puffs of white smoke into a mesmerisingly blue sky.



Set along the Ionian coast of Sicily, the Italian city of Syracuse is known for its timeless beauty, citrus orchards, and ancient ruins fringed by the glittering blue ocean. History enthusiasts can visit one of Sicily's greatest archaeological sites, the Parco Archeologico della Neapolis, home to the 16000-capacity Roman Theatre, the 5th-century Teatro Greco and the Orecchio di Dionisio, a fascinating limestone cave. Once the largest city in the ancient world, and dating back to 734 BC, today the remnants of this spectacular time and the remaining ancient historical sites can still be enjoyed by visitors. Sip on espresso at a local cafe, stroll through the Baroque piazzas, and explore the winding medieval alleyways that traverse this beautiful city. 


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Sicily enjoys beautiful sunny days and a warm year round Mediterranean climate. The summer months enjoy particularly hot temperatures whilst the winter months are much milder.

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Getting to Sicily is simple with many airlines, including low cost, flying into the islands four airports from a number of regions across the UK and Ireland. Car Hire is the most popular way of exploring and is widely available.



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