Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean (25,700 km²) divided into 9 provinces. Aside from Enna, each province is directly linked to the coast, allowing many travellers to freely swap the vibrancy of the cities for an idyllic sea view.
The Sicilians, renowned for prizing their unique heritage, welcome travellers looking to engage with the Sicilian culture and offer a truly authentic Mediterranean experience to those wishing to explore the island.
With its idyllic coastal towns, surrounding wall of mountains and picturesque beaches, it is unsurprising that tourists flock to northern Sicily throughout the year.
Not only is north east Sicily home to Mount Etna, it also encompasses some of the most beautiful, popular towns on the island as well as a number of the most stunning beaches in the Mediterranean.
Surviving centuries of civil war, foreign invasion and natural disasters, the south east of Sicily allures visitors from all over the world to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Syracuse and Val di Noto.
One of the more untouched, authentic regions of the island with olive and almond groves across the countryside and stunning architectural monuments standing as testament to the island's diverse history.
Different from the rest of the island, the west of Sicily has always been off the beaten track, closer to North Africa than to Europe.