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Looking for a memorable holiday to Southern Italy? If you are then, Sicily and the Aeolian Islands may be the ideal place for you to head to.

Whether it is a Sicily Hotel or an Aeolian Island Villa that  you are looking for, there a variety of amazing towns spread throughout the regions.

The largest of Italy’s islands Sicily is a popular holiday destination. Found just off the famous boot shape of the country, Sicily is a beautiful and historic place to visit. But it is not alone, the Aeolian islands are also a fantastic destination for your Italian holiday.




After having an airport introduced, Comiso has become a popular holiday destination for tourists from around the world.

Thankfully it has plenty to see and experience for those who choose it as their Italian holiday base.

Here you will find the Mother Church of Santa Maria Delle Grazie, Roman Hot Springs and the Castello Naselli fortress.

All interesting and historical sites that interesting and inspirational.




Found on the top of a hill, Ragusa is a beautiful and historical town that has proven popular for plenty of tourists over the years.

There is plenty to see and do in Ragusa.

However, if you really want to take in the beauty of the town then we suggest simply walking through the streets, soaking up all the character and charm.

If you feel up to it, a walk up the steps to the upper town will give you some amazing views.

Otherwise, simply sit in a café, enjoy some delicious food and drink and relax.


The ideal place to come if you are looking for a beach holiday. Pozzallo boasts not one beautiful beach, but four.

These beaches have been awarded the Blue Flag, which means that they are clean and well equipped. Ideal for families.

If you can tear yourself away from the golden sands then you will find the Cabrera Tower, The Villa Tedeschi and a whole host of churches.




The perfect combination of relaxation and culture.

Noto is not only a fantastic place to see some of the best 17th and 18th century baroque architecture examples.

But also relax and unwind on one of the many beaches that it boasts. Including the popular ands of Noto Marina.

Noto is a beautiful town, and thanks to the importance of the buildings there, it is a listed UNESCO world heritage site.



The capital of Sicily. Palermo is a not only a cultural and historic hotspot, it is also a place to sample some of the delights of Italian cuisine.

One must see during any visit to Palermo is the Palermo Cathedral.

Although the Chiesa della Martorana, the Archaeological Museum and the Palazzo Abatellis Art Museum are also fantastic places to learn more about the history of the area.



Found not too far from Palermo, Partinico is the ideal destination for those who appreciate the architectural feats of church design.

Here you will find a variety of churches, all of which are beautiful in their own right.

This includes the Church of St. Leonardo, the Carmelo Church and the impressive Piazza Duomo.


Not only is Cefalu the gateway from Sicily to the Aeolian Island, but it is also one of the leading seaside resorts in Sicily.

A popular choice for tourists visiting the area, Cefalu was once a small fishing town.

Whilst it has now been modernised, Cefalu still retains some of the feeling of that old style village, just with a beautiful beach or two to enjoy.

If you like the idea of sitting around watching the world go by, then you should definitely plan in a trip to the Piazza.

The perfect place to take some time out from all that sightseeing.





If you love food, then you really should make sure that Modica is on your destination list.

Not only is one of the UNESCO listed Baroque towns of Sicily but it is also well known for is truly delicious chocolate creations.

Ideal for those who have a bit of sweet tooth.





An incredibly ancient and historical town, Siracusa overlooks the sea.

Making it the ideal base for not only enjoying beautiful views, but also exploring the rest of Sicily.

Whilst it is one of the smaller towns, it still has plenty to do and boasts a number of cultural and historical sights to take in.


There is something particularly impressive about Taormina, especially since it is nestled on the side of a mountain.

This makes for some rather amazing views across the Sicilian landscape. It is a popular resort for those that love the finer things in life.

With plenty of boutiques, stores and places to eat.

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