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Villages and cities

Montalbano Elicona

To visit Montalbano Elicona is to step right into a medieval movie. With its well-preserved beautiful stone houses, resting on the mountain slope, the impressive stone castle towering over the town and the green, surrounding nature – and of course the turquoise Mediterranean Sea to complete this tasty dish.


Siculiana is an ancient coastal town situated 18 kilometers west of the larger town of Agrigento (58,000 inhabitants) on Sicily’s southern coast.


Gratteri is a small town with just over 1,000 inhabitants, located at 630 meters above sea level, about 8 km inland. The town is a part of the Madonie National Park and it is surrounded by impressive mountains and beautiful pine and oak forests. The town enjoys a superb panorama of the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains of Le Madonies.

Pollina and Pollina Finale

Pollina is an “eagle’s nest” perched on a cliff along the north coast of Sicily. The spectacular little town has great views in all directions - green mountains and blue sea.

Termini Imerese

Termini Imerese is a town with 30.000 inhabitants on Sicily’s northern coast, located between Palermo and Cefalu. It has roots as far back as 400 BC. The city has a large “Centro Storico”, with bustling streets and plenty of bars, shops, vegetable and fish vendors. Here you find a few tourists, but to a limited extent.

About Castellammare del Golfo

Castellammare del Golfo, an overgrown fishing village, enjoys panoramic views across the gulf and, from the port, a boat ferries visitors to Lo Zingaro nature reserve. It is located in the province of Trapani and has today a number of 15,000 inhabitants. Up till today the fishing is one of the two most important sources of income (the other is tourism) and the beautiful blue and white painted fishing boats dominates the marina. Around the marina the fishermen are mending their nets under the Sicilian sun. The city is also blessed with a long, nice, sandy beach and a broad range of restaurants serving fresh delicacies from the sea.

We cover entire Sicily

Sicily has a very varied landscape, and here is something for all. There are the soft hills of Tuscany, dramatic mountains, open views and - of course - long sandy beaches och crystal clear water.
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