Posts Tagged ‘sicily holidays’

holidays » Public transport in Palermo

First of all let’s make something clear: Palermo is a highly-populated and lively city, and its inhabitants tend to use the two or four wheels even for a few minutes’ destinations. The result is a busy city where roads are often meant for vehicles rather than pedestrians. Tourists will anyway enjoy the city in a better way by walking throughout the area – an advice that suits any touristic destination. Of course, travelling by feet is not always possible: other means of transport may be required. If you wish to rent villas in Palermo or its environs for your holidays [...]

holidays » Villas in Sicily with pool and introduction !

Travelling Sicily is proud to present you this first post about Sicily, the island of sun, about the villas in Sicily with pool that you need to find to have a really great vacation. You will find also in all the website all what you need to travelling in Sicily of course but, to be more serious, how to organize your trip in Sicily with a lot of tourism information about Sicily, what to see, where to eat and so on… Travelling Sicily has been created to be a fair and useful travel guide to Sicily ! Sicily, is the [...]

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 [...]

Sicily from inside » Mediterranean Coast

The Valley of the Temples

Visiting Sicily Southern coast, you will be surprised and fascinated by the contradiction characterizing this area. A modern and brutal landscape destruction including ugly illegal buildings dating back to the ’60s and ’80s as well as Gela and Augusta industrial complexes on a side and magic Valley of the Temples surrounded by almond orchards and olive grooves on the other. These stunning temples are a wonderful evidence of Greek colonisation in Sicily, standing silent and indifferent towards the mutable modern landscape. Even the nature landscape is full of contradiction: empty and desert wastelands in the inside and humid areas in [...]