Sicily » the sunny Mediterranean island in the south of Italy

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Immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of Sicily – an island renowned not only for its breathtaking landscapes but also for its rich history, culinary delights, and warm hospitality. Serving as your gateway to an unforgettable holiday in Sicily, our exclusive agency presents the finest luxury villas, houses, and apartments to make your stay in Sicily a truly remarkable experience.

Sicily – An Oasis of Diversity

From the shimmering beaches of Cefalù to the historic ruins of Agrigento, Sicily offers an unparalleled variety of attractions and activities. Explore the picturesque villages of the Mediterranean island, traverse the majestic mountain landscapes inland, and be enchanted by the vibrant culture and colorful festivals. Sicily is more than just a destination – it is a fascinating mosaic of tradition and modernity.

Sicily first leaves you speechless and then turns you into a storyteller.

A visit to the sun-drenched island of Sicily southwest of the boot tip of Italy is worthwhile. Have you ever had the pleasure of skiing on a volcano and then bathing in the sea? Have you ever wanted to sunbathe in winter? Do you dream of a romantic sunset stroll by the sea or even a beach wedding?

In Sicily, all of this is possible!

Destination in Sicily


Here you will discover the most popular destinations and sights in Sicily - rich in culture, nature, art, history, tradition and cuisine.

  • Taormina
    The city of Taormina in the east of Sicily is a recommended destination. This was already written by the German artist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
  • Cefalù
    Indulge in seaside bliss in Cefalù's pristine beaches. Crystal-clear waters and thrilling adventures await you in Sicily's coastal town.
  • Palermo
    Palermo, on the northern coast of Sicily, is the fifth-largest city in Italy. If you want to experience life in Sicily, you can't miss Palermo.
  • Catania
    Catania is a seaport city on the east coast of Sicily between the Ionian Sea and the active volcano Etna, built in the Sicilian Baroque style.
  • Noto
    The baroque town of Noto in the Val di Noto, which was declared a World Heritage Site in 2002, is worth a visit and has many attractions.
  • Marina di Ragusa
    Marina di Ragusa is a tourist hotspot in the south of Sicily with a beautiful promenade, kilometres of sandy beach and an attractive town centre.
  • Marzamemi
    The romantic fishing village Marzamemi in the Pachino area (region of Siracusa) is known for its tuna specialties and its charming atmosphere.
  • Trapani
    The capital of the province of the same name fascinates not only with its ancient old town, but is also a testimony of wealth and trade
  • Erice
    A medieval town centre with its historic buildings, a magnificent view and traditional delicious almond biscuits attract visitors to Erice.
  • Santo Stefano di Camastra
    Santo Stefano di Camastra is a wonderful village in Sicily between the sea and the mountains where you find art, colors, culture and tradition.
  • Donnalucata
    Donnalucata offers one of the most beautiful beaches in Sicily and is located in the south between Marina di Ragusa and Marina di Modica.
  • Messina
    "Do you know the land where the cedars bloom? Splendon among the brown leaves oranges of gold, for the azure sky a gentle zephyr blows ...." (Goethe)
  • Milazzo
    Milazzo: The Gateway to the Aeolian Islands - Explore Sicily's picturesque harbor town as the starting point for your Mediterranean island adventure!
  • Oliveri
    Oliveri - immerse yourself in the peaceful atmosphere away from mass tourism, where the traditional way of life meets unspoiled beauty.
  • Capo d'Orlando
    Capo d'Orlando is a pretty town on the north coast of Sicily with a very long beach promenade ideal for walking and dining on sunset.
  • Savoca
    Savoca, located in eastern Sicily, is known as the location for several scenes in the film trilogy "The Godfather" directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
  • Montalbano Elicona
  • Novara di Sicilia
  • Gioiosa Marea
  • Acireale
  • Tonnarella
  • Rodì Milici
    Sicily is not only sea. Discover romantic mountain villages like Rodì Milici, surrounded by green mountains, ideal for nature walks.
  • Favara
  • Beach in Sicily


    Actually all beaches in Sicily are beautiful, but the most popular beaches with the clearest water and the sandiest beaches can be found here.

  • Mondello
    Mondello, the sandy beach of Palermo, was originally a fishing village. Today it is a beach resort with one of the most beautiful beaches in Sicily.
  • Scala dei Turchi
    The Stair of the Turks (ital. Scala dei Turchi) is a bright white and step-like cliff and tourist attraction in the south of Sicily near Realmonte.
  • Pietre Nere - Pozzallo
  • Laghetti di Marinello
    The nature reserve Laghetti di Marinello offers one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in Sicily. Ideal for surfing, hiking or swimming.
  • UNESCO World Heritage in Sicily

    UNESCO World Heritage

    Discover Sicily's treasures: Aeolian Islands, Baroque towns in Val di Noto & majestic Etna! Experience the diversity and history of these UNESCO highlights!

  • Volcano Etna
    The volcano Etna in Sicily is the highest active volcano in Europe, UNESCO World Heritage, a nature reserve and also a recommended winter sports area.
  • Syracuse
    In Syracuse we recommend you to visit the necropolis of Pantalica and the enchanting island of Ortygia, the oldest part of this impressive city.
  • Val di Noto
    Val di Noto - where history meets the modern age. Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Sicily with sun, beach and luxurious accommodation.
  • Ragusa
    UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in the province of the same name in the Val di Noto and is characterized by the deep gorges of the Monti Iblei
  • Modica
    The city of chocolate and 100 churches - the UNESCO World Heritage Site presents itself as a late Baroque Sicilian beauty of the Val di Noto.
  • Scicli
    Scicli situated in a natural setting of rare beauty like the Val di Noto, has been declared a natural heritage of UNESCO with Ragusa, Modica and Noto.
  • Valley of the Temples
    The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento is one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Sicily. The temples are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Nature reserve in Sicily

    Nature reserve

    The nature reserves of Sicily are offering incredible landscapes to discover. We will show you what you absolutely must have seen.

  • Saline di Trapani
    The Saline di Trapani e Paceco is a nature reserve at the west coast of Sicily. Besides Mediterranean flora and fauna, there is a saline work museum.
  • Gorges of Alcantara
    The gorges of Alcantara give us a unique scenery in the world, an unmissable and wonderful place.Ideal for the lovers of nature and excursions.
  • Vendicari
    Snorkeling in the crystal clear sea, bird watching or hiking in the nature - the nature reserve Vendicari in the south of Sicily offers a lot more.
  • Parco delle Madonie
    Discover the wilderness of Parco delle Madonie! Immerse yourself in biodiversity, stunning landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and outdoor adventures.
  • Parco dei Nebrodi
    In the mountains of the Monti Nebrodi there is the largest wooded area in Sicily and one of the largest parks in Europe - the Parco dei Nebrodi.
  • Piscina di Venere
    For hikers, nature enthusiasts, snorkelers, divers and explorers the Piscina di Venere on the Capo di Milazzo in Sicily is highly recommended.
  • Monument in Sicily


    The history of Sicily is a long one, very rich in culture and full of many interesting historical monuments, archaeological sites and memorials.

  • Selinunte
    Selinunt, one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Sicily, offers numerous temples on a plateau with magnificent sea views.
  • Santuario di Tindari
    The enchanting pilgrimage church Santuario di Tindari is a well-known sanctuary in Sicily. The church houses a sculpture of the Black Madonna.
  • Theatre of Tindari
    The ancient theater of Tindari (Tyndaris) with breathtaking panorama is located in an archaeological site in the province of Messina, north of Sicily.
  • Megaliths of Argimusco
    The megaliths of Argimusco, the Sicilian Stonehenge, are impressive rock formations on a high plateau overlooking the volcano mount Etna.
  • Aeolian Islands in Sicily

    Aeolian Islands

    Alicudi, Filicudi, Lipari, Panarea, Salina, Stromboli and Vulcano belong to the Aeolian Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea north of Sicily.

  • Lipari
    Lipari is the largest and also the most visited of the Aeolian Islands north of Sicily. Here ferries dock to reach all the islands.
  • Stromboli
    The island of Stromboli, with an active volcano, is probably the most famous of the Aeolian Islands and a popular destination among tourists.
  • Vulcano
    Vulcano is one of the Aeolian Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the northern coast of Sicily with an active volcano and a popular mud bath.
  • Salina
    Salina, the second largest of the Aeolian Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea, is known for its Malvasia wine, its delicious capers and its tranquility.
  • Aegadian islands in Sicily

    Aegadian islands

    The Egadi Islands are an archipelago consisting of the three main islands of Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo off the west coast of Sicily near Trapani.

    Museum in Sicily


    A visit to a museum in Sicily is refreshing not only because of the air conditioning. Many cultures have settled here, with an incredible history.

    Arrival in Sicily


    Many roads lead to ... Sicily. Here you will find information and tips on how to travel to Sicily by plane, by car, by ferry, by bus or by train.

  • Rental car
    We recommend booking a rental car in Sicily so that you are independent and do not miss the most beautiful sights and destinations of Sicily.
  • Highway
    An overview of the highways in Sicily, including how the toll works and how much you have to pay and additional travel tips, can be found here.
  • Airport in Sicily


    There are 5 international and regional airports in Sicily. For a relaxing flight to Sicily, we recommend the airport of Catania or Palermo.

  • Catania CTA
    The international airport of Catania "Fontanarossa" is the main connection hub to the island of Sicily for tourists and businessmen.
  • Palermo PMO
    The airport of Palermo is the second largest on the island of Sicily and is named after two judges who were murdered by the mafia in 1992.
  • Trapani TPS
    Trapani-Birgi Airport: starting point for unforgettable discoveries in the coastal town of Trapani and western Sicily - your adventure begins here.
  • Comiso CIY
  • Port in Sicily


    The most important ports to reach Sicily by ship are: Genoa, Civitavecchia, Naples, Cagliari, Reggio Calabria and Villa San Giovanni.

  • Porto di Palermo
    The port of Palermo is one of the most important ports for passenger traffic in the Mediterranean and ideal for arriving in Sicily by car ferry.
  • Porto di Messina
  • Porto di Catania
    Catania's port - with a view of Mount Etna and the fish market. Your picturesque journey for your Mediterranean adventure in Sicily starts here.
  • Marina in Sicily


    Would you like to combine your vacation in Sicily with a yacht charter? Then select the most suitable marina or yacht harbor in Sicily.

    Weather in Sicily


    Here you can learn all about the weather in Sicily - the best time for a vacation, the water temperature and the Mediterranean climate on the sunny island.

    Province of Catania in Sicily

    Province of Catania

    Vacation destinations should be the volcano Etna, the Cathedral of Sant'Agata, Piazza Duomo and the coasts of Ciclopi in Acitrezza and Acicastello.

    Province of Palermo in Sicily

    Province of Palermo

    We all know that Palermo is a beautiful city. But also the province of Palermo offers many beautiful places, like the beautiful Cefalù.

    Province of Ragusa in Sicily

    Province of Ragusa

    In the south of Sicily you can admire the historic towns of Val di Noto, the cradle of Sicilian Baroque and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Province of Syracuse in Sicily

    Province of Syracuse

    Syracuse is known to all for Ortygia, but in the surrounding area there are many interesting places like the Cavagrande del Cassibile, Noto and Marzamemi.

    Province of Trapani in Sicily

    Province of Trapani

    The province of Trapani offers many attractions such as the salt flats, the small bays of the nature reserve Orientata dello Zingaro and the Aegadian Islands.

    Province of Messina in Sicily

    Province of Messina

    The province of Messina in Sicily offers much to discover. Taormina, the gorge of Alcantara, Tindari and the Aeolian Islands are worth a visit.

    Province of Agrigento in Sicily

    Province of Agrigento

    There is much to admire in the province of Agrigento, such as the Valley of the Temples, the Scala dei Turchi, Sciacca and Porto Empedocle.

    Panoramic point in Sicily

    Panoramic point

    Insider tip: Only here you will find the most beautiful and popular panoramic points in Sicily with breathtaking panoramas in spectacular locations.

  • La Guardiola
    Near Piraino in the north of Sicily you'll find the spectacular panoramic point called La Guardiola. A panorama you shouldn't miss.
  • Lido in Sicily


    Lidos are beach bars in Sicily that offer sunbeds, umbrellas and beach related activities, but also drinks and snacks. Ideal for children.

    Restaurant in Sicily


    Restaurant recommendations in Sicily for lovers of pizza, pasta, fish and traditional food. Discover the culinary diversity of the Sicilian cuisine.

  • Dé­jà Vu
    Highly recommended fish restaurant with Sicilian delicacies directly on the sea. Ideal for a romantic evening or a wedding on the beach.
  • WineHouse Trapani
  • La Lampara
    The restaurant La Lampara offers a great location with a terrace right on the sea and a great selection of sicilian dishes like fish and pizza.
  • La Conchiglia
  • Da Pellegrino
  • Osteria Tre Colli
  • Wedding in Sicily


    You have always dreamed of getting married on the beach? We will help you find accommodations and restaurants for your wedding in Sicily.