A region rich in culture, art, nature, food and history
The climate and the island’s variety make it a perfect region to explore.
Sicily is certainly one of the first regions that come to mind when foreign tourists are considering Italy. A rich region where culture, art, nature, food, wine, and quality of life are dialed up to the ninth degree by the charm of Sicilians.
Sicily is synonymous with hospitality. The climate and the island’s landscape make it a perfect region for those who love the sun and sea. Beaches, caves, coves, and cliffs, in Sicily you can find everything, but above all, you can swim in the balmy sea for almost 7 months a year.
Sicily is home to the largest active volcano in Europe
The history of Sicily is defined by a succession of dominant cultures and influences, such as Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, and Norman. Each of these cultures has left its mark, from the valley of the temples of Agrigento, inherited from Magna Graecia to the legendary Arab architecture in Palermo, not to mention the Arab quarter of Mazzara del Vallo.
Sicily is also home to the largest active volcano in Europe, Mount Etna, which regularly gives spectacular eruptions, shown all over the world.