VALLEY OF TEMPLES (AGRIGENTO) It is one of the most outstanding examples of Greater Greece art and architecture,UNESCO Heritage Site since 1997. The Valley includes remains of seven temples, all in Doric style: Temple of Juno, Temple of Concordia, Temple of Heracles, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Temple of Castor and Pollux, Temple of Vulcan, Temple of Asclepius.
MOUNT ETNA Mount Etna is the highest active and extended volcano of Europe, Unesco world heritage since June 21, 2013
TAORMINA It is one of the most important international tourist centers of Sicily known for its natural landscape, the beauty of the sea and its historical monuments. unmissable the greek theater from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view
OASIS OF FIUMEFREDDO Natural reserve of Sicily, situated near the mouth of of the river Fiumefreddo. Within the reserve emerge many small springs of pure and cool water that run down to the beach of Marina di Cottone.
CATANIA Founded in 729 BC by the Calcidians, has a long history characterized by various dominations whose remains today enrich the artistic, architectural and cultural heritage. Under the Aragonese dynasty was the capital of the Kingdom of Sicily. Among the jewels that boasts is the Benedictine monastery, one of the largest monasteries of Europe in baroque style, and the innumerable remains of the greek-roman period.
SIRACUSA Syracuse was one of the greatest cities of the ancient world and among the largest Greek polis. Characterized by great wealth and important historical and archaeological remains has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. A few kilometers from the city are located the natural reserve Cavagrande del Cassibile and the protected marine area of Plemmirio.
PIAZZA ARMERINA: VILLA DEL CASALE Late Roman Imperial rural villa, rich in architectural and decorative elements and widely known for its wonderful mosaics.