Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Sicilia
THE ISLAND OF UNESCO SITESMount Etna: Europe's highest active volcano
A THOUSAND-YEAR-OLD AGRICULTURAL CULTURELand of wine, oil, almonds and citrus fruits
ITINERARIES AND SLOW WALKSThe Magna Via Francigena and much more
It is called Trinacria, the good luck symbol of Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. A land of cultures and traditions that smells of citrus fruits and almond blossoms, capable of stealing your heart and filling it with beauty.
With more than 1,000 km of coastline with crystal-clear waters, its fascinating 7 marine protected areas, and its 19 islands framing it, it is one of the destinations where the most diverse types of tourism take place: from hiking trails, to climbing, pilgrimages and scuba diving. One of the regions of Italy to host the largest number of UNESCO sites, among which the archaeological area of Agrigento, the impressive Valley of the Temples, deserves to be mentioned.
Moving away from the coast, the wonder continues when you reach the soul of the island, the hinterland that is home to picturesque and characteristic villages, hilly and mountainous landscapes, like paintings painted by nature.
And to experience the island to the full, as a true lover of good food, let yourself be enveloped in the flavours of Sicilian tradition through tastings and gastronomic tours.Close
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San Vito Lo Capo
Located at the northern tip of Sicily, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, San Vito Lo Capo is one of the most renowned seaside resorts on the west coast.
The sandy coastline bathed by a sea reminiscent of Caribbean colours is surrounded and protected by unspoilt nature, such as the typical Mediterranean maquis.
The seaside village that smells of saltiness, reached by crossing a long stretch of olive and almond groves, is the perfect destination not only for sunbathers but also for those who enjoy venturing along paths and hiking trails, such as the Monte Monaco trails. from the top of which you can enjoy a breathtaking panorama. But also sailing trips to discover the numerous crystal-clear coves where you can dive into the colourful sea bed.
A small town that fully embraces the idea of a slow and active holiday, thanks to the ease of reaching the main attractions on foot or by bike and getting lost along the roads leading to the sea.
And you cannot leave San Vito Lo Capo without tasting the local gastronomy: a dive into the local flavours that recall the meeting of many cultures.
And among the most iconic events in the seaside village, it is worth mentioning the Cous Cous Fest, an event that creates an ethnic and creative atmosphere, full of flavour!Close
Syracuse, a fascinating city located on the east coast of Sicily, enchants visitors with its thousands of years of history and timeless beauty.
Founded by the Greeks in the 8th century B.C., Syracuse boasts an extraordinary cultural heritage, evidenced by its well-preserved monuments, such as the Greek Theatre and the Ear of Dionysius.
Syracuse promotes responsible tourism through raising awareness of environmental conservation. Many guided tours encourage environmentally sustainable behaviour, such as respect for the local fauna and flora. Visitors are invited to explore the city on foot or by bicycle, enjoying the beauty of the picturesque streets and reducing environmental impact.
Gastronomy in Syracuse is no less impressive: with an emphasis on local and sustainable cuisine, restaurants offer delicacies made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Traditional markets are a must, where tourists can savour the authentic flavours of Sicilian cuisine and support local producers.
Syracuse is not just a journey into the past but a destination that embraces the future without forgetting its historical roots.Close