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...
Acireale Acireale is a small coastal city on the north-eastern shore of Sicily, Italy, in the province of Catania. It lies at the foot of Mount Etna, facing the Ionian Sea. The city offers many leisure activities, festivals and concerts, open-air markets, theaters and spas, though Acireale is most famous for its churches (including the…Read more
Mount Etna Mount Etna is arguably one of the most famous volcanoes of Europe. It stands on the east coast of Sicily, Italy, in the Province of Catania, between Messina and Catania. It is the tallest active volcano of the old continent with its 3,329 meters. Ancient Greeks said that the forges of Hephaestus –…Read more
Pozzallo Pozzallo is a great place to visit over the summer located in the province of Ragusa. It is also a main port which creates the link between Sicily and Malta (about 90 minutes on high speed ferry) for passengers on a catamaran service. Pozzallo is a city in Southern Sicily. This old Roman Villa…Read more
The green of Sicily's nature Agrigento is surrounded by green and blended with bustling modern apartment blocks. They curve around Sicily's oldest tourist site, the Valley of the Temples (or Valle dei Templi), which placed on the map of wonders first by Goethe in the 18th century. Once Pindar, the ancient Greek poet said, that…Read more