5 Charming and Breath-taking Places to Visit in Sicily

Sicily is Italy’s largest island, therefore there are virtually infinite possibilities to visit. It is an old land with numerous fascinating archaeological sites, attractive beaches, archipelagos and islands. Sicily also provides a full-year attraction with a great combination of mild temperature, history, delicious food, lively nightlife, and, above all, a friendly atmosphere. If you are planning a trip to Sicily, this is an excellent source of travel ideas. here are the some the best places and info about the : best places to visit in Sicily.

1. Taormina

Although Taormina is a tiny town on the eastern side of Sicily, it is one of the tourist destinations most frequently visited in Italy. Located around 250 m above the sea on a hill, Taormina is an excellent base for trips to the East of Sicily, approximately halfway between Messina and Catania.  Giardini Naxos, Isola Bella and Mazzarò must be mentioned as one of the greatest things to see around Taormina.

2. Syracuse and Ortigia Island

Syracuse is a beautiful city on the south-east corner of the island, in the Italian language. The island of Ortigia, connected to the mainland by a short footbridge. The city of Siracusa can also be divided into two separate regions. For a long time it was the most significant Greek city. It is a great place to walk around in, and many of the charms of Ortigia can be found in the tiny, medieval streets of Città Vecchia (the old city), a town known as Città Vecchia for good reason.

3. Lampedusa and Rabbit Beach – Pelagie Islands

The island of Linosa and Lampione is the largest island in the Mediterranean between Malta  Tunisia and Lampedusa Island is located in the Mediterranean Sea. The Spiaggia dei Conigli, which was rated the world’s finest beach by TripAdvisor Travel site in 2013, is located on the southern half of the island of Lampedusa, in a nature park. Its white fine sand, crystal clear seas and shallow bottom are characteristic. The same island is opposite the beach, which may sadly not be visited: its access is regulated 24/7 to preserve the turtles laying their eggs on the beautiful beach.

4. Val di Noto

Militello, Caltagirone The eight cities in south-eastern Sicily. Which are part of the interesting Val di Noto, are Catania, Catania, Modica, Noto, Palazzolo, Ragusa and Scicli. Moreover, It has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2002 because it symbolises ‘a major group endeavour successfully performed at a high degree of architectural and aesthetic accomplishment.’ As one of the “must-see” tourist attractions in this region of Sicily, Val di Noto is distinguished by small, but extremely magnificent sights, as well as ancient cities.

5. Aeolian Islands

Also, Aeolian Insels have a form of volcanic activity. The islands of Lipari, Vulcano, Salina, Stromboli, Filicudi, Alicudi, Panarea. Basiluzzo are seven tiny, populated, surrounded by the Tyrrhenian Sea in the north of Sicily. The largest and most touristy island is the town of Lipari. As well as, visitors may also go up to the still active volcanoes of the archipelago, Vulcano and Stromboli. Furthermore, owing to the decision of the municipality to avoid placing road lights. You may enjoy the starry sky completely after sunset. UNESCO World Heritage Sites are the Aeolian Islands. Click here to know more about best places to visit in sicily. 


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