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Natural wonders abound in Sicily, and the juxtaposition of sea, volcano and mountain scenery makes a stunning backdrop for outdoor activities. Sicily island is full of history, bursting at the seams with ancient artistic and architectural gems.
With over 280 stunning beaches in Sicily, it’s hard to pinpoint a favorite. They come in all forms, and many colors, from town beaches to secluded inlets and coves, and with sparkling azure waters, rugged coastal landscapes, and powdery white sands. Sicily is one of the regions of Italy with the largest number of sites named UNESCO World Heritage. What makes Sicily a perfect yacht charter destination.
Some of the popular places to visit while on a yacht charter in Sicily include the Aeolian Islands (Lipari, Salina, Vulcano, Stromboli, Panarea and Filicudi), the Egadi Islands, and the beautiful coastal towns of Taormina, Cefalu and Syracuse.
- Sicily has a long and rich history, with influences from many different cultures, including the ancient Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, and more.
- A picturesque town Taormina on the east coast of Sicily, Taormina is known for its well-preserved Greek theater and its stunning views of Mount Etna and the Mediterranean Sea.
- Cities like Palermo, Catania and Taormina, have a vibrant nightlife, with plenty of bars, clubs, and restaurants to explore.
- The island of Sicily is surrounded by three seas; the Tyrrhenian, the Ionian, and the Mediterranean – there is an abundance of breathtaking beaches to pick from.
- Sicily is a haven of culinary delights, and foodies, wine lovers and those with a sweet tooth will fit right in. It doesn’t matter where you go, or what you choose to eat, from street food to fine dining, the food is guaranteed to be incredible.
- Sicily has a number of different wine regions. Fan favorites typically include the famous Nero d’Avola, a strong wine with special fermentation techniques. Then there are stronger, dessert wines like Malvasia and the fortified Marsala, which is similar to Port.
- Sicily has sometimes been described as an open-air museum because of its numerous archaeological treasures with several locations designated as UNESCO Word Heritage sites.
- Siracusa is a coastal city that is home to the Neapolis Archeological Park, which includes a Roman amphitheater, Greek theatre, and an old limestone quarry known as the Ear of Dionysius.
- Kids-friendly island. Sicily has 11 Blue Flags beaches