Sicily GuideSicily is a rugged and attractive island on the southern tip of Italy, and is one of the country's 20 regions. It is separated from the mainland region of Calabria by the 5 km Straits of Messina. HotelsFind hotels in Catania, Palermo, Taormina and more.
Popular in SicilyCataniaCatania is a city located on the eastern coast of Sicily at the foot of Mount Etna, the biggest volcano in Europe. MarausaMarausa is in Trapani Province, Sicily. The area now known as Marausa has been inhabited since ancient times by first Carthaginians and then Romans. PalermoPalermo is the capital of the main Italian island of Sicily, located on the north coast of the island.
In SicilyPalermoPalermo is a province in Sicily, Italy. Aeolian IslandsThe Aeolian islands are a group of attractive islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea about 25-50km north of Sicily in Italy. CataniaCatania is a province on the eastern coast of Sicily, Italy. Watch out whenever walking on the streets on the center because drivers can drive over your feet if you're not careful. Trapani ProvinceTrapani Province is in Sicily, Italy. MessinaMessina is a province in Sicily, Italy. Come to visit and to taste the real Sicily to "Le Giare"- we are in Itala. SyracuseSyracuse is a medium sized city in Sicily, Italy with an interesting mixture of ancient and modern. TaorminaTaormina is a charming hillside town on the east coast of Sicily, Italy and is one of the island's main tourist resorts. RagusaRagusa is on Sicily, Italy History The Old and New Ragusa Ragusa is devided into the newer Ragusa Superior and the older Ragusa Ibla. EnnaEnna is a city in central Sicily, Italy. It's about 1000m above sea level, so be prepared for the chill winds, even in the middle of a scorching Sicilian summer. AgrigentoAgrigento is a medium-sized city on the south coast of Sicily, Italy, famous for its Greek Valley of Temples. TrapaniTrapani is a medium-sized city near the North-West corner of Sicily, Italy. Vincenzo Florio Airport also known as Trapani-Birgi Airport The airport is served by Ryanair, Meridiana, Alitalia and Air One. Novara di SiciliaNovara di Sicilia is a town in the Province of Messina in the Sicily region of Italy. PantelleriaPantelleria is an island lying between Sicily, Italy and Tunisia. Although Italian it is proud of its Arab influence. MessinaMessina is in the northeast of Sicily, Italy. It is only 5 km across the Straits of Messina to the region of Calabria on the mainland. AgrigentoAgrigento is a province in Sicily, Italy. The province lies on Sicily's southwestern coast. PozzalloPozzallo is a city in Southern Sicily. the transfer private from Pozzallo to Ragusa, the price euros 45,00 - from Pozzallo to Catania euros 160,00 - from Pozzallo to Milazzo price euros 240,00. MarsalaMarsala is a seaport city in Sicily. Marsala is a city located on one of the three "vertices" of Sicily, the one on the western side. Marina di RagusaMarina di Ragusa is a city in the province of Ragusa. Untill 1950's it was just a small fishing village but today it is one of the major 'Beach resorts' of the island. Mazara del ValloMazara del Vallo is a medium-sized city in South-Western Sicily, most famous for being one of the leading fishing harbour of Italy and the centre where the Dancing Satyr is hosted. NotoNoto is in Sicily, Italy Noto was once situated on Mount Alveria but destroyed by an earthquake in Val di Noto in 1693 and was rebuilt in another site in Baroque style. EriceErice is a small city in Sicily. Erice is situated in the north-west of Sicily, thousands of feet above Trapani. CaltagironeCaltagirone is a town in central Sicily, Italy, most famous for it's ceramics and long ceramic-decorated staircase. SelinunteSelinunte is a village on the south coast of Sicily, Italy most famous for the neighbouring ruins of the Greek city of Selinus. MilazzoMilazzo is situated on the north coast of Sicily, Italy, 20km west of Messina. Is it a small town, mainly used as a transit point for the Aeolian Islands. SegestaSegesta is the site of an ancient Graeco-Roman city on the Italian island of Sicily, some 74 km SW of Palermo. GelaGela is a medium-sized city on the south coast of Sicily, Italy. Buses run to and from Palermo, Agrigento, Catania and Piazza Armerina. Chiaramonte GulfiChiaramonte Gulfi is a town in the province of Ragusa. By Car From Ragusa take the SP.8 From Catania take the SS194 and SS.514. TrapaniTrapani is a province in Sicily, Italy. Aegadi IslandsThe Aegadian Islands are a group of three islands about 10km west of Sicily in Italy. CaltanissettaCaltanissetta is quite a large city in central Sicily, Italy, although there is not much to see or do here. AugustaAugusta is a town in Sicily in Italy. It is largely industrial with little to interest the tourist. KamarinaKamarina was a Greek city founded by the Corintian-Syracusan in The Archeological Park of Kamarina is at 25km from Ragusa. CastelmolaCastelmola is a city in Sicily and nearby Taormina. Santa Caterina VillarmosaSanta Caterina Villarmosa is a little town in Sicily. <url>http://heroii.webhosting4free.info/sarahpal8b/%7Cmore info</url> Enjoy … SyracuseSyracuse is a province in Sicily, Italy. RagusaRagusa is a province in Sicily, Italy.
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