Sicily

Sicily 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.
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Alcamo is a town in the Trapani province of western Sicily.
Trapani is the westernmost province on the island of Sicily, in Italy.
Catania is a city located on the eastern coast of Sicily at the foot of Mount Etna, the biggest volcano in Europe.
Messina is a province in Sicily, Italy. Come to visit and to taste the real Sicily to "Le Giare"- we are in Itala.
Palermo is the capital of the main Italian island of Sicily, located on the north coast of the island.
Palermo is a province in Sicily, Italy.
Syracuse is a medium sized city in Sicily, Italy with an interesting mixture of ancient and modern.
Agrigento is a province on the southwestern coast of Sicily, Italy.
Trapani is a port city and the capital of Trapani province in the north-west corner of Sicily, Italy.
Catania 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.
Taormina is a charming hillside town on the east coast of Sicily, Italy and is one of the island's main tourist resorts.
Syracuse is a province in Sicily, Italy.
Sciacca is a small port town in the province Agrigenta of Sicily, Italy.
Ragusa is a province in Sicily, Italy.
Villafranca Tirrena is in the province of Messina on the island of Sicily, Italy.
Enna is a province in Sicily, Italy.
Ragusa is on Sicily, Italy Ragusa is the capital of its province and today it is an active city with almost 70,000 inhabitants.
Selinunte is a district of the village Castelvetrano on the south coast of Sicily, Italy.
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