Only in Sicily can you found nature so pure and bountiful, with its glorious, intense Mediterranean flavors and smells unique to the region, not to mention the foreboding volcanoes, some of them, like Etna and Stromboli, still active.
The volcanic islands of Eolie, Egadi, Pelagie, Pantelleria, and Ustica, so similar in the beauty of their terrain yet distinctly individual in their nature, tradition, art, and history, circle the region. Precious archeological remains tell the story of the early origins of Trinacria (the ancient name of Sicily), and, along with numerous surviving monuments, bear record to a strong artistic culture that endured and evolved through the centuries, one of the island’s many charms.
Sicily is the largest Italian island, surrounded by three seas: the Ionian, Tyrrhenian and Mediterranean.
Truly the gem of southern Italy, that can be discovered, experienced, and inhabited in every which way, from nature to history and to tradition.
Indeed, Mother Nature smiled kindly on the region, bestowing it with true wonders: the mountains, the hills, and, above all, the sea, with its kaleidoscopic colors and remarkably transparent waters that reveal a stunning ocean floor.
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