THE LAND OF SICILY
More than a mere island, it’s a world to discover! Everywhere you can find evidences of its multicultural history… Arabs, Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Swabians, Angevins and Aragoneses made this island their own and Sicily shows still today this history background like no other Region in the world! Besides it is a inimitable place full of art, archaeology, astounding landscapes, and last but not least, excellent food!
Sicily is a very populated land, especially in the seacoast zones where you can find cities of Palermo, Taormina, Catania, Agrigento and Siracusa with their Greek temples, Roman amphitheatres, Norman castles and churches.
You can view all Sicily in this map, driving directions and local sites. Zoom-out the map untill you reach the requested distance.
Off the north-east cost of Sicily you can reach the seven Aeolian Islands: Vulcano and Stromboli (still active volcanos) , Salina, Lipari, Panarea and even the two most distant islands of Filicudi and Alicudi are the chosen destination for thousands of tourists every year.
Sicily is the greatest island among the ones of the Mediterranean sea. Its coasts, separated from Italy by the Channel of Messina, are extended for 1039 Km.
For driving instructions please check out the "Driving Information" page by clicking here.
Palermo 190 km
Syracuse ( Antient Theatre ) 60 km
Taormina ( Antient Theatre ) 40 km
Eolian Islands 80 km + Ferry from Milazzo Port
Agrigento Temple 170 km
Segesta ( Trapani ) 230 km
National Park NEBRODI 60 km