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Sicily, Italy

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Sicily is the largest & most densely populated island located just off the 'toe' of Italy's 'boot'. Must see slights include Valley of the Temples and the Byzantine mosaics at the Cappella Palatina.

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Agrigento

Agrigento is situated on Sicily's southern coast, and the town's Valley of the Temples (Valle dei Templi) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the greatest legacies of ancient Greece.

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Caltagirone

Swirling patterns, vibrant colours, painstakingly detailed designs. Wherever you go in Caltagirone this is what you will see: ceramics is the name of the game and it has been for millennia.

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Carruba

Carruba is a small town in the region of Sicily. The area is abundant in beautiful carob trees – a protected vegetable crop in Sicily.

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Castelbuono

A small medieval village that grew up in the 14th century around its castle, which was built by the Ventimiglia family. Piazza Margherita marks the centre of the town.

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Catania

An ancient port city on Sicily's east coast. It sits at the foot of Mt. Etna, an active volcano with trails leading up to the summit.

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Cefalù

Cefalù is notable for beautiful sunsets, unpretentious charm and sandy beaches. A visit to the Duomo should not be missed, an imposing two-towered Norman cathedral.

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Cesarò

Cesarò is a medieval village. The most important monuments of the village are the Church of Maria SS Assunta, the Castle of Duca Colonna, built in 1350 and the Palazzo Zito.

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Erice

Erice is an unforgettable medieval hilltown with ancient origins. The historic town is surrounded by defensive town walls, crowned by a castle, and dominates the area from its mountainous height.

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Etna

Mount Etna, or Etna, is an active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily.

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Favara

The town of Favara makes for an interesting off-the-beaten-track day trip, thanks to the presence of its innovative artists' community.

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Marsala

Marsala can boast of beautiful beaches, where many athletes enjoy Kite Surfing by taking advantage of the winds of the Strait of Sicily.Closeby is the island of Mozia, an important archaeological site

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Milazzo

Milazzo is the main port of departure for those heading to the Aeolian Islands. The old town centre itself is charming with fine old buildings and churches, while the cape is also worth exploring.

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Miraglia Forest (Nebrodi)

The Nebrodi Mountains are the most lushly forested region of Sicily. Situated to the immediate north of Etna, the range boasts some of the island's highest peaks after the volcano itself.

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Monreale

Monreale is a historic hill-town just outside Palermo. It's a picturesque place most famous for the fine mosaics in the town's great Norman cathedral. 

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Noto

Noto is famous for its Baroque architecture, and since 2002 it has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site 'Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto'.

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Ortygia Island

Ortigia is a small island which is the historical centre of the city of Syracuse, Sicily. The island, also known as Città Vecchia, contains many historical landmarks.

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Palermo

Palermo is Sicily's regional capital, a busy port city on the north-western coast of the island. Palermo's a great place to eat authentic Sicilian dishes, including street food, at reasonable prices.

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Piazza Armerina

Piazza Armerina is a pretty and historic town nestled into the heart of Sicily. It is most famous for the truly astonishing classical mosaics at the Villa Romana del Casale.

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Portorosa

The small but lively resort of Portorosa makes for an enjoyable holiday. Portorosa’s main activities are boating and water sports. The marina is the largest in Sicily and oozes sophistication.

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Pozzallo

Pozzallo sits on the southern tip of Sicily on the Mediterranean side of the island. The town is heralded for its clean beaches and sparkling water.

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Ragusa

Ragusa is one of the most picturesque towns in Sicily. The view from the upper town over Ragusa Ibla on its own separate hilltop is quite breathtaking.

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Randazzo

Randazzo is the nearest town to the summit of Etna. Placed in a strategic position between the Alcantara and Simeto rivers, it is a pretty town with medieval character.

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Segesta

High up in a mountainous area towards the west of Sicily is the beautiful and magical Segesta archaeological complex. The archaeological area is a must see for visitors to the area.

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Selinunte

Selinunte is one of Sicily's great Greek archaeological sites. The lack of development allows visitors to imagine the ancient town of Selinus as it would have been two and a half thousand years ago.

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Syracuse

Syracuse is a city on the Ionian coast of Sicily, known for its ancient ruins.

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Taormina

One of Italy's most historic holiday resorts, Taormina is a picturesque small town perched on a slope high above the Ionian Sea on the eastern coast of Sicily.

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Trapani

Located on the western coast of Sicily, Trapani is a fishing town which is renowned for its fine seafood and Sicilian cuisine. It makes a good base for tourists exploring this part of the island.

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Filicudi

The island of Filicudi is located northeast of Sicily. Capers, vines, olive trees and carob trees are characteristic of the wild countryside, dominated by red rocks with various weather-beaten shapes.

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Lipari

Lipari is the largest and most populated of the Aeolian Islands. Its town is a lively and busy place with picturesque streets, an attractive harbour and a historic castle.

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Panarea

For an elegant island escape, Panarea is the perfect destination. It is the smallest and prettiest of the Aeolian islands.

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Salina

Salina is the second largest in the archipelago of the Aeolian Islands. Due to its numerous fresh water springs, the island is quite green and is listed in the UNESCO world heritage.

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Stromboli

Stromboli is a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily, containing one of the three active volcanoes in Italy.

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Vulcano

Vulcano is a small volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea about 25km north of Sicily.