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Uncovering Sicilian heritage & culture
Discover the most fascinating curiosities, traditions and news on this marvellous island. Go through our list of interesting articles to learn more useful information and details for your amazing experience in Sicily. Find out the most important local activities through our interviews and reviews.
Just off of Sicily’s north-eastern coast Lipari (Lipari Town), Vulcano, Salina, Panarea, [...]
Sicily’s 1,000kms of coastline has something for everyone, from golden sandy beaches, [...]
Palermo’s historical ties with the Arab world and its proximity to North Africa are [...]
Etna Volcano is one of the world’s most famous volcanoes. It is Europe’s highest and most [...]
Wine grapes have, for centuries, grown on the Italian island of Sicily. In fact, some say [...]
What makes the archaeological attractions in Sicily so exceptional is the vast quantity [...]
Sicily boasts some of the most stunning landscapes and areas of outstanding natural [...]
- Aegadian Islands
- Aeolian Islands
- Pantelleria Island
- Pelagie Islands
- Ustica Island
- Tips to Travelers
Just off of Sicily’s north-eastern coast Lipari (Lipari Town), Vulcano, Salina, Panarea, Stromboli, Filicudi and Alicudi make up the magical Aeolian Islands of Sicily. This little piece of paradise offers something for everyone; swimmers, divers and sailors can all enjoy the clear cobalt blue waters, whilst land lovers can trek through the stunning scenery and grumbling volcanoes.
Sicily boasts some of the most stunning landscapes and areas of outstanding natural beauty in the Mediterranean, including a great number of nature reserves, national parks and other natural attractions. Here we detail three of Sicily’s national parks that are a ‘must see’ for the visitor or tourist.
The beautiful Mediterranean island of Sicily has a distinct cuisine that’s steeped in history. Thanks to influxes of different nationalities over many centuries, traditional Sicilian cuisine is a fusion influenced by French, Arabic and North African settlers.