What to see in Sicily?
Tourist guides and itineraries divided by province to discover all the beauty of Sicily!
Sicily offers a true travel experience, with a wide range of landscapes, cultures and history to explore. Beautiful coastlines, beaches and islands, archaeological sites, nature reserves, historic towns and villages are just some of the wonders this island has to offer. Itineraries for Palermo, Messina, Catania, Agrigento, Trapani, Syracuse, Ragusa, Enna, Caltanissetta and all the Islands of Sicily!
Messina is a port city in northeastern Sicily. It is separated from continental Italy by the strait of messina.
Palermo is the capital of Sicily, seat of the Sicilian regional assembly. It is the fifth municipality of Italy by population.
Catania is an ancient port city on the east coast of Sicily. It is located at the foot of the largest active volcano in Europe.
Trapani is a town in western Sicily with a crescent coast. It is famous for its coast and its bays.
Siracusa is a town on the Sicilian Ionian coast. It is known for its historical and architectural riches.
Ragusa is a city that extends in south-eastern Sicily. It is the capital of the most southern province of Italy.
Agrigento is a hilly town on the southwestern coast of Sicily. It is known for the ruins of the valley of temples.
Caltanissetta is a town in the Sicilian hinterland. It has long been the most important city for the extraction of sulfur.
Enna is a town in the Sicilian hinterland. It is known for its castles and for being the capital of the highest province of Italy.
The Aegadian Islands are an archipelago from the west coast of Sicily. It is the most extensive marine protected area of Europe.
The Aeolian Islands are an archipelago from the northeastern coast of Sicily. They are famous for their volcanic origins and natural beauty.
The Pelagian Islands are an archipelago on the southwestern coast of Sicily. It is the southernmost archipelago in Italy.
Pantelleria is an island of the Mediterranean Sea in Sicily. It is the largest of the satellite islands of Sicily.
Ustica is an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea in Sicily. It’s famous for its seabed, a diving destination.