Travel to Sicily in Italy

Travel to Sicily in Italy and visit an old world of mountains and small seaside villages.


Travel to Sicily in ItalySicily, Italy
  Traveling to Sicily is an incredible adventure. You’re are in Italy yet so much of this Sicilian province has deep ties to Ancient Greece. Some of our travelers discover that a trip to Sicily is wonderful as it is a perfect introduction to Italy and also Greece! Top of the bucket list is the Valley of Temples - a must visit. The Temple of Concordia is simply brilliant. It is perfectly intact showing the Greek architecture of the 5th Century. There is no better way to learn about the history of how the Ancient Greeks lived in modern day Sicily by visiting the Valley of Temples. Your local guide will explains the history of each of the temples and you will be able to ask questions directly to the tour guide.


Sicily in Italy


Taormina, Sicily
Experience beautiful beaches and villages
A must town to visit in Sicily is the hilltop town Taormina. After a long tour from Rome, through Naples and Sorrento, you can unwind and relax at the Atahotel Naxos Beach Resort at Giardini Naxos, Italy which is rated excellently. The Atahotel Naxos Beach Resort is ideally located in Giardini Naxos, one of the most beautiful sea resorts of the eastern coast of Sicily, less than four miles from Taormina and 45 minutes from Mount Etna.


Travel to Sicily in Italy

Explore Marsala, a famous Sicilian town
While you travel in Sicily, the view the Valley of Temples followed by a visit to Marsala for a wonderful lunch is the perfect compliment. You’ll recognize Marsala by the salt deposits and The Church of the Purgatory is a beautiful facade for photographs. Yet it’s most famous export is tasted over lunch or dinner. The desert wine Marsala has been made right here in this town since 1773.


Travel to Sicily in Italy

Ancient Tapestries of Sicily
For over 2,500 years, people of Sicily have depended on the Mediterranean Sea for their livelihood. Visit the many museums and see the rich and vibrant tapestries and tiled relics that depict live underfoot on the Sicilian shores.

Enjoy your travels to Sicily and towns of Marsala and Taormina regions.