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Holiday Homes in Italy's guide to the regions of Sicily

The beautiful island of Sicily is rich in traditions, food and culture. Discover ancient Greek temples, historic monuments and artistic masterpieces. Snow-capped mountains, active volcanoes and a vast coastline of beautifully wild beaches surround this fascinating island.

History lovers are spoilt for choice, try the cities of Palermo or Noto with their rich baroque and byzantine architecture. Or the medieval towns of Modica or Cefalu. Greek temples can be found at Agrigento, the valley of temples. Relax on one of the many stunning beaches like the crescent shaped strip of powdery sand found at San Vito Lo Capo.

Wherever you choose to stay, you're bound to love the unique charms of this historic crossroads. Explore the guides below for a more detailed overview of each town and area or pick up the phone to talk with one of our team of experts


An elegant baroque coastal town perched high on a hill with breath-taking views over the Ionian sea


Home of the Greek valley of temples this oldest of medieval Sicilian cities sited on a large plain reaching out to its beautiful surroundings 


This lively volcanic city lying beneath Etna's shadow is very popular for its charming cultural, artistic and political centre to explore 


Steeped in history this beautiful town rises up on a rocky headland beaches with stunning and winding medieval streets


Wide sandy beaches adorn this seaside resort with a recently renovated port full of cafes and restaurants with local delicacies


A town rich in history and charm with an Arab influence and a great place to enjoy an aperitif and local sumptuous cuisine


One of Sicily's most distinctive cascading medieval hill towns famous for its marvellous baroque architecture and cathedral


This sun drenched corner of Sicily is the perfect base to explore the opulent baroque style architectural delights


A metropolitan city with stunning architecture and exquisite byzantine churches, modern art galleries and tasty local street food


This picture-postcard hilltop city boasts jaw-dropping scenery and typical Silician Baroque architecture


This pristine town with gorgeous crescent shaped sandy beach and stunning cape scenery is one of Sicily's most lost destinations.


This most southerly of Sicilian baroque towns is wonderfully authentic with its wooded hilly backdrop from its pretty historical centre


This lively and atmospheric town encapsulates Sicily with its gorgeous medieval streets, beautiful piazzas and crystal blue waters


This towering beauty holds breath-taking scenery from its ancient terracotta tiled roofs, baroque palaces, churches and fountains


Between 2 seas Trapani curves out into the sea, with a bustling port, realxing centre for shops, drinks & wonderful local eateries

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