Agrigento

Overview Agrigento history dates back to the 5th century B.C. when it became one of the first Greek colonies on the island. It grew into an important centre of the Ancient Greece civilization shortly after. Nowadays the famous Valley of the Temples and the nearby Archaeological museum contain well-preserved remains of this glorious past. The…

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What to see in Sicily?

Planning your trip and still confused about what to see in Sicily and where to go? Itineraries are multiple, and we will try to cover the best ideas in further articles. However, here are some tips that may be useful for initial planning. What to see in Sicily if you love nature, trekking or volcanoes Whether…

Sicily Itinerary Planning

Great news: no poor choices! Sicily is on your shortlist, but you have no idea where exactly to go and what to see? The good news is that Sicily is the destination with no poor choices! Whether you are into sports, beach, trekking, history, architecture, scenic towns, amazing landscapes or delicious food – you can…

Driving: Answers

Q: Is driving in Sicily safe? A: Driving in Sicily is generally safe while can be stressful inside Catania and Palermo. It is important not to leave your belongings in the car – preferably not even in the trunk. It happens that the cars are stolen here and there in Sicily, and someone may break…

Riposto&Giarre

Overview Giarre is a city on the East Sicilian coast, half way between Catania and Taormina. Seaside areas of the commune of Giarre are Torre Archirafi, Riposto, Spiaggia Sant Anna, Fondachello, Fiumefreddo (from south to north). After Riposto the beach type of the coast is changing from a rocky volcanic beach to the pebble beach…