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The highest volcano in Europe. Located 3350 m above sea level. There are many craters but two are worth the mention; Red mountain which opened after The 1669 eruption and Silvestri opened after the in 1892 to 2000m above sea level.

In the eastern part of the volcano lies the Valle del Bove, which was formed about 10,000 years ago, this was followed a massive lava flow, this extraordinary force of nature is still possibile to be admired.



Taormina is very interesting from a artistic historical point of view, having preserved different representations of a glorious past: the ancient Greek-Roman Theatre, The Odem, the Old Abbey, the Palace of the Dukes of St. Stephen, the Covaja Palace, the Villa Comunale, Piazza Nove Aprile, the Clock Tower and the famigerat! Corso Umberto framed by the fateful "Porta Messina and Porta Catania" is the heart of the city full of shops, hotels, accommodation and recreational activities.

Today, the Greek-Roman Theatre is used for summer music and cultural shows which includes the famous international film festival.

Isola Bella is a small island located off of Taorminas coast. The island is also known as the Pearl of the Mediterrean and is located within a small bay on the Ionian sea. The name was coined by the German Baron Wilhelm Von Gloeden, who spread the word about the artistic value of the island. In 1990 the island was finally purchased by the Department of Cultural Heritage.



It is located above Taormina, an ancient medieval village from the exclusive panorama.

It preserves the ruins of the Norman Castle, The Cathedral "Mother Church", the Church of St. George, Church of St. Blaise and the Piazza S. Antonio with its mosaic floor made ​​of white lava stone offering breathtaking views.



The gorge is one of the most amazing natural manifestations on the whole island. Reproduce a Natural canyons were reproduced. They were formed as a result of an eruption in moio Alcantara on the slopes of Etna (now extinct) which crossed and disrupted the whole territory. Today we enter the interior of these natural prisms, thanks to erosive action of the river Alcantara, over the millennium creating this impressive gorge. This has attracted many visitors all year round. The Alcantara River is one of the 4 main rivers in Sicily, Etna was born at 1250 m altitude, and after a distance of about 48 Km it entered in the Ionian Sea in Giardini Naxos.



It is the first Greek colony in Sicily founded by Chalcis in 734 BC. On the 29.10.2000 Naxos became a twin town with the Island of Cycads to establish a connection between the ideal and effectiveness of the two. Giardini Naxos from the perspective of Historical Architecture offers very interesting elements: The Castle of Schisò "Paladin Palace", the statue of Nike in honor of the twinning with the Greek city of Halkida Evia, the Church of St. Pancras, built in 1956, internally There is a majestic painting of 1879 depicting the Bishop Pancrazio at the moment of is arrival in Naxos.

The Museum
Has certified artifacts dating back to the New Stone Age, in addition to Greek-Archaic period, until the Late - Roman and Byzantine.

The Archaeological Park
There are the remains of ancient fortification walls built with large blocks of lava stone, the sacred area with its antique alters dating back to VII century BC



Since 2008 is part of the most beautiful areas in Italy.

Chosen as a set for several films, most notably "The Godfather" by Francis Ford Coppola. Here you can visit the Church of the Capuchin monastery in which there are paintings of the 500 and 600 and the crypt in which they are preserved and displayed the embalmed remains of the towns nobility dating back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The old town has medieval monuments and is characterized by narrow winding lanes.



Is part of the Valley of Agrò. From this viewpoint, you can see the coast from Messina to Catania and Siracusa, Taormina, Castelmola the bay of Naxos and the imposing Mount Etna. In 1971, Francis Ford Coppola chose this area as the setting for several scenes in the movie "The Godfather".

The monuments of great significant s are: the Mother Church of the Annunciation of the sixteenth century. And the Church of the Holy Trinity also known as St. Augustine, tyical of the fifteenth century.



Elephant City, is the second largest city Sicily with about 500,000 inhabitants, situated on the Ionian Sea, at the foot of the active volcano, Mount Etna, which is 28 Km.

Whatever transport method you take to get there or your position, The is all you see. Catania City bulit on the lava, reborn after the eruption of 1669 and entirely rebuilt after the earthquake of 1693. Its coat of arms is a lava elephant ornament sitting on top of the monumental fountain in Piazza Duomo. The representation of the coat of arms shows the elephant on top an the lette "A", making the most accredited scholars believe the statue referred to the Argon dynasty, and to catanias patron saint, Agatha.

Must Do: The Amphitheatre, The Cathedral, Castello Ursino, Museo Bellini, Verga Museum, Botanical Garden, fruit and vegetable and fish market.



Overlooking the coast of eastern Sicily is this harmonious city which lies along a bay that stretches into the sea meeting the island of Ortigia. The islands buildings lies in the beauty of both medieval and baroque architecture. You will also find the monuments of "Neapolis" there.

Greek Theatre
It is the most imposing monument known not only in Syracuse but all over the world for the way this theatre was carved out of the rocks.

The Ear of Dionysius
Located in a broken quarry stone. The exceptional acoustic resonance of the cave is created by the particular design of the caves entrance.



A town in eastern Sicily, capital of the province, situated on the top of a hill a few kilometers from the coast of the Strait of Sicily. In its history has had as many as 4 names: "Kpàyas" for the Greeks, "Agrigentum" to the Romans, "Kerkent" for Arabs and Girgenti by the Normans. Girgenti was also the official name of the city until 1929. Here you will find Sicilys archaeological heritage the Valley of the Temples.

The Valley of the Temples, considered one of the main tourist attractions in Sicily, dating back to the Magna Grecia. Since 1997 the temples have been included in as a World Heritage Site by Unesco.



The city of Palermo is the capital of the Sicilian Region. And the main cultural, historical and economic administrative center of Sicily. The artistic and architectural heritage is represented by the remains of the Punic walls, Art Nouveau style villas, Arabic Norman style residences , Baroque churches and Neoclassical theatres.

Palermo has the largest number of monuments within the city center, such as numerous historic villas, sightseeing towers, ancient churches and mansions. Its historic center is one of the biggest in Europe with the botanical garden and the Cathedral of Monreale all possibile UNESCO World Heritage. The historic center of Palermo is divided into four districts "lodge-castellammare - Courts - Kalsa, the Royal Palace and the pawnshop - Head."