Things to do for Foodies in Sicily 

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    Isola di Ortigia

    Ortigia, ., Siracusa, Province of Syracuse, Italy
    5 reviews

    Enchanting baroque island, plenty of antiquities enjoyable by walk

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    Ortygia, Syracuse 96100, Italy
    7 reviews

    Technically Ortygia is an island next to Syracuse on Sicily, but it's a really, really close island. And it's also thousands of years old. Settled by Greeks in their heyday, Ortygia is filled with ancient temples and narrow windy streets, as well as modern restaurants and trendy bars.

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    Villa Romana del Casale

    5 reviews

    Non ti aspetti che tra quelle colline si possa trovare un simile gioiello dell'arte romana.

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    Ragusa, Italien
    3 reviews
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  • 5

    Mount Etna

    19 reviews

    On the eastern coast of Sicily, near the cities of Messina and Catania, Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and the tallest active volcano in Europe at almost 11,000 feet. The volcanic soil supports vineyards along the lower slopes, while its nearly constant eruptions make Mount Etna a natural laboratory for volcanologists and other ...

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  • 6


    9 reviews

    One of the most beautiful towns in Italy.Taormina's area was inhabited by the Siculi even before the Greeks arrived on the Sicilian coast in 734 BC.Taormina is a magic place. The most famous monument is the ancient Greek theatre, from which there are breathtaking views on the sea. Piazza IX Aprile is the perfect place where taking a drink and ...

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    Selinunte, Italy
    10 reviews

    This ancient Greek archeological site is really impressive, a must see in Sicily. Ther are five temples of which only one has been teconstructed, temple E. the ruins of temple G are so impressive. The pieces of columns left are so broad and large, I cannot imagine how big and impressive it could have been. The atmosphere here is really ...

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    Teatro Massimo

    Piazza Verdi, Palermo, Italy
    10 reviews

    The theatre is not only stunning inside but also offers a great season of opera, some ballet and symphonic concerts throughout the year. Take a tour inside to see some interesting architectural highlights.

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    Isola Bella

    Isola Bella, 98039 Taormina, Province of Messina, Italy
    8 reviews

    Strepitosa insenatura vicino a Taormina. Mare e fondali stupendi, peccatp che ci sia sempre un casino di gente

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    Palermo Cathedral

    Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Palermo, Italy
    9 reviews

    This cathedral is deserving of a visit, the architecture alone should take a few minutes to digest. There are many different styles to be noticed throughout the cathedral and for me it is rather unique and memorable. The grounds are well kept and you can see locals walking around the paths or sitting on the outer walls.

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    Palazzo dei Normanni

    Piazza Indipendenza, Palermo, Italy
    6 reviews

    The main reason to visit the Normal Palace is the Palatine Chapel. Built by Roger II it contains Byzantine, Latin and Islamic influences. The wooden stalactite ceiling is extremely rare in a church. The floor is also inlaid with many precious stones.

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  • 12


    6 reviews

    Shhh, don't tell everyone :-)

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  • 13

    Valle dei Templi

    6 reviews

    Not the easiest archaeological site to get to in Sicily, but it is certainly worth the effort. This park offers some amazing examples of Ancient Greek architecture and is worth exploring. The park is quite large but easily explored in several hours. Avoid the hot months of July and August if you can since the sun and heat can be ...

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    Archaeological Area of Agrigento

    Agrigento, Sicily, Italy
    5 reviews

    Greek ruins. On an Italian island. That are 2500 years old. And extremely well-preserved. Surrounded by a valley filled with gorgeous Sicilian landscape. Just a few hours from Palermo, Agrigento is a perfect day trip (the drive there is beautiful, about three hours).

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    Teatro Politeama

    Via Castrofilippo, 90, Palermo, Italy
    5 reviews

    Teatro Politeama is really famous in Palermo, but the thing I was really fascinated by was the square in front of it. At night it turns to be a kind of dark sky shining with stars, after the lights in the pavement. A really astonishing surprise.

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    Mozia, 91025 Marsala Trapani, Italy
    2 reviews

    Truly a magic place. Mothia lays on a small island connected to Sicily through an underwater street. There is a photo in the museum with a donkey passing on th street.. It seems to fly on the water. Mothia was founded by Phoenicians and now is a cluster of ruins. The sight is absolutely fantastic..... The saline, the mill....magic.

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    Erice, Italy
    4 reviews

    Magnifique ville située en haut d 'une montagne.

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    San Vito Lo Capo

    4 reviews

    The small town ( 3000 inhabitants) is located in a valley between spectacular mountains, and is home to a public beach popular with local vacationers.Since 1998, the town hosts the "Cous Cous Fest, international festival of culture and gastronomy of the Mediterranean. A race of international cuisine couscous engaging chefs from eight countries: Côte d'Ivoire, France, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Palestinian ...

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    Fountain of the Elephant

    Piazza del Duomo Town Centre, Catania 95124, Italy
    4 reviews

    The Fountain of the Elephant in the Town Centre is one of those places we always seemed to end up in time and time again. The Elephant at the center is oddly endearing and the architecture surrounding the square is a delight.

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    Eolian Islands
    3 reviews

    Stromboli is a small island containing one of the three active volcanoes in Italy. The island's population is between 400 and 850. The volcano has erupted many times, and is constantly active with minor eruptions, often visible from many points on the island and from the surrounding sea, giving rise to the island's nickname "Lighthouse of the Mediterranean". The last ...

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