Posts Tagged ‘Aegadian Islands’

Sicily Information » Ten things to do in Sicily

1. Palermo & Monreale Palermo is a city rich in art and history and represents a must step of your tour in Sicily. Palermo and Monreale boast splendid churches, monuments, palaces and squares narrating centuries of history. As you visit the city, you will enjoy shopping in lively markets and quarters full of colours and sounds over the streets. You will surely get fascinated by special flavours and aromas of “street food” and you may also appreciate plenty of cultural events and numerous shopping opportunities this wonderful city offers. 2. San Vito lo Capo and Zingaro Nature Reserve San Vito [...]

Choosing a restaurant in Sicily » Off-shore Islands

Aegadian Islands: FAVIGNANA Via Cristoforo Colombo 17, 91023 Tel 0923-921 232 One of the best spots for dining in the Aegadian Islands. Fresh fish is served grilled, poached or marinated, but the speciality is raw fish, including tuna tartare, or marinated in a variety of ways, including fish herbs. Lobster soup is a signature dish, as is cous cous with crustaceans. The cellar holds 50 different wines. Closed Oct-Apr. Aegadian Isladns: LEVANZO Paradiso Via Lungomare 8, 91023 Tel 0923-924 080 Paradiso cooks fish as it comes off the boats in the nearby port, views of which can be enjoyed from [...]

Sicily from inside » Western Sicily

Windmill in Western Sicily

Western Sicily, with its “Wild West appeal” dominating the landscape, is undoubtedly worth to be visited although it has never been popular as other most renowned Sicily areas. Colonised by the Arabs, this area boasts important history traces such as Segesta’s archaeological sites or the pleasant hilltop medieval town Erice. The coastline is blessed with stunning natural beauties. It hosts the splendid Zingaro Nature Reserve – the finest Sicily Natural Reserve situated between Scopello and San Vito lo Capo bearing a unique landscape: rocky coasts with a clear blue sea, little inlets, overhanging cliffs and a spectacular flora. Fish preservation [...]