Not far appears Palermo, a true open-air museum, and the marvelous Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Norman archaeological sites.
Terrasini together with the guif of Castellammare and the natural reserve of Zingaro are the best places of Sicily.
Many culinary destinations in our Sicily, from the desserts of Monreale to the flavors of the cuisine of Palermo passing through the flavors of the sea.
This land never end to surprise those who know how to live it, many places for lovers of nightlife and entertainment.
The capital is full of treasures and artistic beauties, a city dominated by endless civilizations that have left indelible traces in the culture of the city and in the daily life of its inhabitants.
Its history is ancient, home of the archdiocese of the same name, the Duomo is distinguished by beauty and the many churches and buildings of the Norman age make it one of the most beautiful villages of the island.
The ancient village has medieval origins, here stands one of the most beautiful churches in the Mediterranean. Its sea, embellished with fine beaches, is among the most crystalline in Sicily.
Already inhabited during the Greek domination of the island, Erice is a village that remains in the heart, the city rises to over 700 meters above sea level with its rocky beauty and its ancient charm.
Considered one of the most suggestive tourist destinations, the small bay of Scopello with its watch tower and the ancient tuna that overlook the Faraglioni is a pearl of rare beauty.
Its ``Great Temple`` is among the most famous remains of the Hellenic age in the world, the whole area up to Marsala and Mozia is characterized by archaeological sites of immense value.
The path of the reserve extends for about 7 km, passing through a small Naturalistic Museum and meeting along the way several coves where you stop and take a dip in the crystal clear sea.
Founded by the Elimyans before the fall of Troy. It fascinates for its Egadi islands, and for its windmills. The city is today an important port in the Mediterranean Sea.
Renowned for the landing of the ``thousand`` and for wine, the city offers many attractions and relics of Greek civilization, all over the island of Mozia, a true masterpiece of Hellenic domination.
It includes four islands: Mozia, Isola Grande, Schola and Santa Maria. It is the largest in Sicily and is characterized by shallow waters as well as being a habitat chosen by flamingos.
The half bathing par excellence. Crystal clear waters, fine sand of white shells with equipped beaches and restaurants for every need. It is the pearl of north-western Sicily.
A unique village of its kind. Hidden in the gorge of two mountains there is a very small village made of quaint colored houses, a small chapel, some stables and a paved road.