The regional capital with a magnificent cathedral that houses royal tombs. The neoclassical Teatro Massimo is a wonderful opera house. The Palazzo dei Normanni is in the centre. Busy markets include the central Ballarò street market and the Vucciria, near the port.
Sits at the foot of Etna. A port town for centuries, it has a magnificent central square, Piazza del Duomo
Best known for being a Greek colony and birthplace Archimedes. The ancient ruins of Greek civilization and a Roman Amphitheatre remain.
On the west coast the home of the Sicilian salt marshes and also the home to a 17th century watchtower.
Messina is a port in northeast Sicily, separated from mainland Italy by the Strait of Messina. It’s known for the Norman Messina Cathedral.
On a hill near Mount Etna. The teatro Antico which was a Greek Roman theatre still has performances. The lovely seaside town has sandy beaches and coves to explore. Just off the coast is Isola Bella, a nature reserve.
Picturesque town clustered around its Norman cathedral.
The town has an extraordinary Baroque cathedral.
Ragusa which has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO and, because of its beauty, has been used by a number of leading film directors as a film set. Marina di Ragusa, a few kilometres to the south of the town has become a top class destination without losing any of its old world charm and character. Ragusa, Scicli, Noto and Modica are Baroque jewels.
One of the most attractive towns in all Sicily, is surrounded by the Iblean mountains and with a marina. The bay is a surf and windsurf lovers’ paradise thanks to its perfect exposure to the winds.
This beach is 30 km from Ragusa and truly wonderful, the water is crystal-clear.
A tiny village near to Ragusa, famous for its beautiful beach and stone cottages that look romantically out to sea.