Central America & Caribbean
Near & Middle-East
Sicily is first of all the breath of an emblematic volcano: Etna. The highest in Europe and one of the most active in the world. You can see it smoking and spitting from Catania and the whole region, from the plane and from the sea, marking the landscape like a Mount Fuji. Sicily is above all the Sicilians, their hospitality and their spontaneous way of showing you the way, accompanying you and sharing their love for the island. Here, local products, both from the land and from the sea, are expressed in a multitude of typical recipes that make every meal a real pleasure. In Sicily, slow food is even slower, more authentic and tastier than in the rest of the country.
This island has more than one tour to bewitch you from palaces to historical monuments, from perched villages to wild beaches. Thus Sicily can satisfy those who love vulcanology and the sea bed, hikers and those who enjoy lazing by the water, heritage lovers and opera lovers. As proof of its wealth, seven archaeological or natural sites have been classified as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. So even the drama of the migrants drowned in the Mediterranean and the persistence of the mafia on the island have a hard time tarnishing its image. A certainty to conclude: at the end of your stay, you will have only one desire, to return quickly.