The first and most famous holiday resort to this day is Taormina in eastern Sicily. It was already inhabited in antiquity, as evidenced by the Greek and Roman theatres.
Syracuse was once considered the most beautiful Greek city in Sicily. The Ortygia peninsula is so rich in historical finds and excavations that it takes a few days to explore it all.
Legends surround the city of myths and giants on the northern coast of Sicily, which are not enough for their beauty.
At the foot of Mount Etna is Catania, the second largest city in Sicily. It is located right by the sea and is very fertile due to the volcanic soil.
Baroque towns in Val di Noto
The towns of Caltagirone, Modica, Noto, Palazzolo Acreide, Ragusa and Scicli. Almost completely destroyed after a terrible earthquake in 1693. Almost simultaneously, the villages in the Sicilian Baroque style have been rebuilt and are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.