A small village, at an altitude of 1450 meters, dominated by the Sassolungo and the Col Rodella mountains.
A charming hillside town on the east coast of Sicily and one of the island's main tourist resorts.
Two cities in one: the new Ragusa Superior and the older Ragusa Ibla, a spectacular mix of narrow streets, old churches and impressive baroque architecture.
The second largest city in Sicily, at the foot of Mount Etna, the biggest volcano in Europe.
A village on the south coast of Sicily, Italy most famous for the neighbouring ruins of the Greek city of Selinus.
Stromboli is a very small Italian volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea just north of Sicily.
Situated close to the Italian peninsula, Messina has always been considered the gate to Sicily.
A medieval city in Tuscany, where the beautiful old buildings have been kept and the new ones perfectly fit in.
Famous for being the setting Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Verona is a pleasant place to visit and it's a city that has preserved its artistic heritage.