Things To Do In Sicily

Sicily sunshine the regional capital of Sicily, is one of those cities with its own very distinct, almost tangible atmosphere, a place of mystery.

Uncovering Sicilian heritage & culture

Need help in planning what to do in Sicily? Do you want some cool advice for your amazing holiday in the Island? On this page, you will find everything you need to know to plan your next visit. From each region to every city and nearby towns, we are here to bring you in the heart of Sicily! We will reveal all the important monuments, churches and castles, the stunning beaches, the incredible excursions to explore this island rich of history and culture. And if you don't know where to eat or sleep, we will help you out with that too! Do you want to know where to go…what to see…where to sleep…what to eat… Use the filters below to customise your research and get the best of this wonderful land!

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Roman Amphitheatre in Catania

The Roman Amphitheatre used to be the location for the Naumachie and today it is considered an open air museum.  Piazza Stesicoro …

Santo Spirito Monastery

The Santo Spirito Monastery is one of the most known medieval building still standing in Agrigento. The Santo Spirito Monastery is a convent …

The Necropolis of Pantalica

The Necropolis of Pantalica is a wonderful archeological rocky area located close to the city of Syracuse.  The last site …

Church of San Giorgio In Ragusa Ibla

The Church of San Giorgio is a marvellous ancient church dedicated to the Patron Saint of Ragusa Ibla. The Church …

Nettuno Fountain

The Nettuno Fountain is one of the main attraction in Messina which is characterised by incredible details.  The 16th century …

Church of San Giuseppe

The Church of San Giuseppe is a gem of the Sicilian Baroque of Ragusa. The Church of San Giuseppe was built …

Villa Romana del Casale

Villa Romana gives you a real insight to how wealthy ancient Romans lived. ‘Mosaics! Mosaics! Mosaics!’ When you leave the Villa Romana …

Temple of Apollo in Ortigia

The Temple of Apollo is part of the charming ancient Island of Ortigia.  Considered the oldest Doric temple in Sicily, …

Pilar & Lighthouse in Capo Peloro

The Pilar is over 200 meters in height, served as an electrical cable in the 1950s.  The Pilar is one of the main …

Zisa Castle

The Zisa Castle displays a wonderful mix of Arab, Latin and Byzantine elements. The Zisa Castle was built from two Norman …

Cathedral of Enna

The Cathedral of Enna became a National Monument in 1943 by the will of King Vittorio Emanuele III.  The Cathedral of Enna is …

Cathedral of San Giovanni Evangelista in Scicli

The Cathedral of San Giovanni Evangelista is a well preserve example of the famous Sicilian Baroque style.  Located in the heart …

Bell Tower And Astronomical Clock

The Astronomical Clock is an amazing attractions in the city of Messina.  “The lion will roar, the cock will crow, …

Morgantina Archaeological Site

Morgantina includes incredible archaeological findings dating back to the Greek domination. Morgantina is a sicilian-greek-hellenistic archaeological site in the province …

Ortigia Island

Ortigia is considered the heart of Syracuse rich of impressive monuments and stunning fore-shortenings.  Ortigia is the historical centre of Syracuse …

Church of the Martorana

The church of the Martorana is an astonishing well-preserved example of Medieval church in Palermo.  The church of the Martorana, …

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