There are many historic buildings in the city, one of the districts, built in an Arabic style, is very attractive. The city has many points of interest: seaside, thermal bath, relics, churches, and a historic carnival. Sciacca is known from the ceramics and vases made there, and the many shops, coffee shops, and restaurants found in the city. Ceramics workshops, coral shaping shops and thermal baths await visitors of Sciacca. The fascinating town – which Fellini was also a fan of – has left behind a lot of cultural heritage during its long history...
The attractions of the city are the Dome, the Museo degli Arazzi Fiamminghi, the Palazzo Pretorio, and the San Pietro monastery. Walking along the coastal road you can find the Lilyybaei Sybille cave under San Giovanni. The cave is decorated with roman mosaics and murals. Because Marsala is so close to the Stagnone Nature Reserve, the island of Mothya and the city of Trapani.
Taormina is one of Sicily's top travel destinations since the 19th century, when it became part of the European Grand Tour. It is a popular resort town nowadays as well, with many interesting sights and attractions. Taormina has a lot of picturesque remnants from its Greek and Roman times (The most famous one is the Greek Theatre), has a medieval quarter and castle ruins as well.
Cefalu is one of the most popular sea resorts in Sicily. With its enchanting old town and picturesque fisherman's port it lays below a huge limestone cliff, the La Rocca. It is situated on the northern part of the island, on the shore of the Tyrrhenian Sea 75 kilometres away from Palermo.