Holidays in Sicily. Discover Catania, Palermo, Etna, Parco Naturale Regionale Delle Madonie.

Sicily

 
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Sicily

 
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Sicily

 
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Sicily

How to get there
Direct flights, low-cost and regular airlines, from many European airports. Ferries from mainland Italy

Sicily is a land of paradoxes. Though richly supplied with treasures of food and art, it is in a constant battle against a poorly supplied infrastructure and corruption related to the Mafia. The beautiful Baroque architecture of Catania starkly contrasts the modern squalor of Palermo and artistic competence often gives way to moral ambivalence. Keep an open mind when visiting as well as a healthy appetite. The one thing that remains constant throughout is the exceedingly high quality of Sicilian cuisine.

Sicilians have been subjugated by foreigners for almost 25 centuries. In spite of this, or perhaps because of it, they possess a deep, multi-faceted cultural heritage. The Magna Graecia is a refined, understated architecture while many other historical buildings are an odd admix of interesting, if not contradictory, Arab craftsmanship and Norman austerity. The culture complexity is mirrored in the diversity of landscape as well, from the smouldering volcano Mt. Etna, to the pristine, turquoise coastal waters along the Aeolian Islands and the beautiful Parco Naturale Regionale Delle Madonie.

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