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Sicily Cities and Regions

The Ionian Coast

The eastern part of the island shelters fiery Mt. Etna, the achingly romantic town of Taormina, beaches fronting the Ionian Sea and Catania, Sicily’s second largest city.

Siracusa and Ortygia Island

Head to the southeastern coast’s ancient, Greek-founded capital of Siracusa to see the Parco Archeologico ruins and the amazingly intact Teatro Greco. Adjoining Ortygia Island has a 1,600-year-old Duomo.

Western Sicily

This area of the island features Agrigento, a city known for its ancient Greek temples, plus a cluster of small towns like medieval Erice and African-influenced Trapani.


Sicily’s largest city and its capital, this vibrant, crowded metropolis is bursting with 12th-century churches, an active opera and theater scene, and outdoor food and flea markets.

The Aeolian Islands

This collection of postcard-perfect islands, which includes Panarea and Stromboli, lies off the northeastern coast of Sicily. Come for deserted beaches, small, family-run hotels, and beautiful ocean vistas.

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