Italy and Mediterranean coasts, Sicily is unlike any other part of Italy

Welcome to the land of Etna, we offers a broad range of accommodation to create your perfect Sicily holiday.

Exploring Sicily this year

Palermo, Agrigente, Syracusa and Etna, The warm climate, it’s textbook lovely throughout the year, it is a place of great beauty and contrasts, steeped in history and culture, fantastic coastlines and mountainous countryside, this have it all Mediterranean island is Italy in microcosm. Discover evocative landscapes sweeping down to pretty seaside towns, Roman villas overloaded with art treasures, all set against a backdrop of magnificent Mount Etna, Europe’s largest active volcano.

Sicily’s best beaches

The beginning and the end of the summer months are ideal as the sun isn’t too scalding and the beaches less crowded, cities of Cefalù and Taormina are a charming seaside town with a warren of medieval streets and some of Sicily’s best beaches. In every place of Sicily you find white sandy beaches, coastline features long stretches of sandy beaches with activities such as snorkelling scuba diving, sailing, windsurfing, ect.
Due south, quiet sandy beaches and pretty fishing villages quietly partner flourish-filled Baroque towns. With holidays to Sicily, there’s no need to choose and you’ll be soothed by palm trees and scented orange groves one minute, and exhilarated by exotic architecture the next: Byzantine, Arab, French, Spanish, Greek and Roman invaders have all planted their flags, In particular Taormina has captured the imagination of travellers and writers for decades with its small piazzas, quaint pedestrianised streets and fabulous ocean views.

Culture, that Sicily has to offer

Culture vultures will be captivated by the history of the island, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans and Spanish, all of whom have left their mark on the island with its unique blend of monuments, traditions and warm hospitality. Art lovers will appreciate the Baroque architecture, stunning ceramics and local music, you must visit Noto, Catania, Syracuse, but don’t forget to discover capital Palermo and her “Cappella Palatina”.
Enjoy the Sicilian sunshine with a stay at this wonderful place, charming and traditional little towns speckle the south coast, linked by historical sights and glorious waterfronts ideal for wandering along with a fabulous "granita".