Located on Pantelleria, a tiny Mediterranean island closer to Tunisia than it is to Sicily, the Santa Teresa Resort blends Italian and African styles. Sprawled out over a hundred-acre farm and vineyard, the Santa Teresa encompasses 18 bungalows, grouped in four small “villages,” each with its own...
Set in a restored hundred-year-old building in the Catania city center, in the shadow of Mount Etna on the east coast of Sicily, the UNA Hotel Palace is something of a departure — both for the city it calls home and for the UNA chain, whose hotels elsewhere in Italy are resolutely forward-looking...
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.
Situated close to the Italian peninsula, Messina has always been considered the gate to Sicily.
Sicily has a long history of foreign domination, and the result is a mixed culture where every single domination left something to see, to taste, to hear.
The smallest of the three Egadi Islands, for Grotta del Genovese, a cave with Neolithic paintings and Palaeolithic graffiti.