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Holidays to Sicily, Italy

Located at the toe end of Italy’s boot, separated from the mainland by the Strait of Messina lies Sicily. Mountainous, volcanic, temperate, with luscious countryside and stunning beaches in equal measure, Mother Nature was feeling particularly generous when she created Sicily!

Together with its neighbouring islands, Sicily encompasses an autonomous part of Italy. The islands coasts are bordered by the Mediterranean, Ionian and Tyrrhenian seas, adding diversity in climate and culture to the island, depending on which resort you’re in.

A crucible of Mediterranean culture since ancient times, Sicily allures thousands of tourists each year to soak up the sun and the history of the island. An archaeological hub with ruins from ancient Greek and Roman civilisations littering the islands cities, Sicily is an explorer’s paradise!

But if the Indiana Jones style holiday isn’t for you, resorts across the island cater to families and couples simply looking to relax and enjoy some peace, relaxation and good cooking! Famous as the home of the pizza, Sicily is prized for its culinary delights and excellent wines.

LANGUAGE Italian
CURRENCY Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME 3 hrs
COST OF A BEER €3
3 COURSE MEAL €20

Top Resorts in Italy

Bologna

Italy is full of beautiful cities, and Bologna is no different. A bird’s eye view reveals straight Roman roads and terracotta roofs that sit on top of crumbling medieval buildings, revolving around the central Piazza Maggiore.

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Florence

Florence is a culture vulture’s ideal city break, boasting some of the finest art galleries in Europe and amazing architecture that has survived since the Renaissance.

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Milan

Europe’s shopping capital, Milan’s shops and restaurants will have you reaching for your wallet!

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Pisa

Pisa has beautifully designed architecture, delicious food, coffee to die for and a vibrant student scene which creates a thriving energy around the city. Take a visit and you’ll soon see there’s more to Pisa than it’s Leaning Tower.

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Location of Sicily

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