Guide for your holiday in Sicily

For your holidays in Sicily, here you will find everything you need to know. From the arrival through excursions to the sicilian cuisine. Sicily ("Sicilia" in Italian and Sicilian), with an area of 25.426 km², is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. The coastline is 1.152 kilometres long. Along with surrounding minor islands, it constitutes one of the autonomous regions of the Italian Republic. Sicily is located south-east of Italy's boot tip and is the remnant of a land bridge which once connected Europe and Africa. The most remarkable geographical feature of the island is Mount Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe. The largest cities are Palermo, Catania, Messina, and Syracuse. Palermo is also the capital of the autonomous region of Sicily.

  • Parco dell’Etna

    Parco dell’Etna

    Zafferana Etnea, Catania, Sicily, Italy

  • Taormina


    If you are on holiday in Sicily, you can not miss the city of Taormina. This was already written by the german artist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

    Taormina, Messina, Sicily, Italy

  • Cefalù


    Cefalù, Palermo, Sicily, Italy

  • Palermo


    Palermo, Palermo, Sicily, Italy

  • Modica


    Modica, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy

  • Noto


    Noto, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy

  • Ragusa


    Ragusa, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy

  • Scicli


    Scicli situated in a natural setting of rare beauty like the Val di Noto, has been declared a natural heritage of UNESCO with Ragusa, Modica and Noto.

    Scicli, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy

  • Dé­jà Vu

    Dé­jà Vu

    Furnari, Messina, Sicily, Italy

  • Lido Moby Dick

    Lido Moby Dick

    Furnari, Messina, Sicily, Italy

  • Santuario di Tindari

    Santuario di Tindari

    Tindari, Messina, Sicily, Italy

  • Laghetti di Marinello

    Laghetti di Marinello

    Patti, Messina, Sicily, Italy