Valley of temples – Agrigento

The most fascinating rest of Agrigento is undoubtedly the well known Valley of the Temples, imposing testimony of Magna Grecia in Sicily. Since 1997, the Valley of the Temples has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is the largest archae...

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Etna Nature Park

The first time that the creation of an Etna Park was thought of, it was around the sixties, when the need to protect nature from the invasion of mass tourism brought about by the spread of personal means of transport began to assert itself among mountain ...

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Noto Art City

Noto is a small jewel of Sicilian Baroque. A beautiful village perched on a plateau overlooking the Asinaro valley. Important Sicilian, Roman, Byzantine and then Arabic center, it was destroyed in full of its splendor since the 1693 earthquake, but thanks...

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Alcantara River Park

Alcantara River Park The Alcantara river park takes its name from the river that flows in its territory: the Alcantara river, which is one of the most important in Sicily and was born from the Nebrodi mountains. From the encounter of water and fire comes ...

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Madonie Park

The Madonie Park is located on the north-west side of Sicily, and was created in 1988 to protect the variety of wildlife and vegetation, which collects exemplary typical features of the island. The presence of high peaks, prehistoric fortresses that reach...

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Nebrodi Park

An area of over 85,000 hectares allows the Nebrodi Park to be the largest protected area in Sicily, occupying a large territory that runs from Santo Stefano di Camastra to the northern side of Etna, encompassing 24 municipalities. It is a very rich and su...

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Natural Reserves of Syracuse

Natural Reserves of Syracuse A city of great charm and splendour, Syracuse beyond history, the sea and the sun also offers something else. With its eight nature reserves, the Syracuse province offers a glimpse of unspoilt and shining nature. Cavagrande de...

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Nature Reserve of Ustica

Nature Reserve of Ustica The Natural Reserve of Ustica, not to be confused with the Marina, preserves within it the places of marvellous beauty, various and suggestive. It was established in 1997 and its management has been entrusted to the Regional Provi...

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Selinunte Archaeological Site

Selinunte Archaeological Site (Greek Selinos, Latin Selinus) Greek city on the south-western coast of Sicily. Ancient Polis founded in the 7th century BC by the Dorians. It was totally destroyed in its temple buildings by the Carthaginians. Later rebuilt ...

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Roman Taormina Greek Theatre

The Greek Theatre or Ancient Theatre is certainly the most representative and important monument in Taormina. The building of the theatre probably began by the Greeks around the third century BC, at the time of Gerone II. To allow construction, over 10000...

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Archaeological Park Neapolis Syracuse

he Neapolis Archaeological Park, located in the north-western part of the modern city, and extended about 240,000 square meters, is an extraordinary schedule of the history of ancient Syracuse. It is the result of a long and difficult work of safeguard in...

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Marzamemi

Marzamemi (name that comes from the Arabic “Marsà al hamen”, Rada delle Tortore), is a small seaside village in the province of Syracuse, a few kilometers away from Pachino and the Baroque Noto. It rises and develops entirely on the sea. Its ...

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