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Sicily

Looking to discover the beautiful island of Sicily in Italy? Here's your Lonely Planet style visitor guide:

Introduction:
Sicily is a hidden gem located in the heart of the Mediterranean. It's the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and renowned for its rich history, stunning coastline, and world-famous cuisine. A visit to Sicily is not complete without diving into its culture and traditions, sampling its delicious food and wine, checking out the stunning architecture, and witnessing the natural scenery that makes this island unique.

Getting There:
Sicily is well connected to Italy's mainland and Europe via air, train, and ferry. There are four international airports on the island that serve many airlines, including low-cost carriers, and the cities of Palermo and Catania have high-speed train connections to major Italian cities.

Where to Stay:
Sicily offers plenty of options for accommodation, from budget-friendly hostels to luxurious five-star hotels, depending on your budget. For an authentic experience, a stay in one of the island's many agriturismi, or farmhouses, can be a great choice.

Things to Do:
1. Explore the historical city of Palermo and discover its medieval architecture, including the famous Cathedral of Monreale and the Teatro Massimo.
2. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Agrigento's Valley of the Temples, home to some of the best-preserved Greek temples.
3. Take a hike up Mount Etna, Europe's highest active volcano, and explore the lush forests, exotic flora, and cascading waterfalls that surround it.
4. Experience the beauty of the pristine beaches, crystal clear seas, and tranquil bays of the Aeolian Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
5. Sample some of the island's world-renowned cuisine, including the delicious cannoli, seafood, and traditional Arancine.
6. Discover the underwater world of the island with a scuba diving or snorkeling trip to one of the island's many dive sites.
7. Learn about the ancient culture and traditions of the island by visiting the ruins of the ancient cities of Segesta and Selinunte.

When to Go:
Sicily is a year-round destination, but the best time to visit is from April to June and from September to November. The temperatures are mild, the crowds are smaller, and prices are lower. Summers can be hot, with temperatures reaching up to 40°C, while winters are mild, making it a great time to explore the island's towns and cities.

Conclusion:
Sicily is a must-visit destination for those who love history, beauty, food and nature. With its rich history, stunning coastline and world-renowned cuisine, this island is a true gem of the Mediterranean. Whether you're a first-time visitor or returning after a long absence, Sicily is sure to provide an unforgettable experience.

The following resorts are available in Sicily: