Coastal, volcano, and mountain scenery collide to form this beautiful island landscape. As well as being picture-perfect, the rich and varied topography lends itself perfectly for outdoor pursuits, attracting active and laid-back visitors alike. Divers and swimmers can make a splash in some of the Mediterranean’s most sparkling waters, while walkers and hikers can navigate their way along lofty coastlines, climb volcanoes and meander through flowering meadows. Take in the melting pot of cultures in Palermo, discover the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, wander through traditional fishing villages, or explore any of the seven Aeolian Islands, with their dreamy beaches and sleepy coves. Sample traditional, flavourful cuisine, utilising some of the island’s most loved ingredients, like fresh shellfish and citruses, and expect to taste dishes made from recipes passed down through the generations. The largest of the Italian islands, Sicily has much to offer travellers of all ages and is a great destination for sharing in romance or family-fun.
Grand Hotel Timeo, A Belmond Hotel, Taormina
Verdura Resort, a Rocco Forte Hotel
Imagine hundreds of acres of sun-kissed Mediterranean coastline, glorious Sicilian countryside and an impeccable hotel combining to create an oasis of luxury, style and blissful escapism. With white-sand beaches, championship golf [...]View Hotel
Rocco Forte Private Villas