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The ascent to the summit craters of the Mount Etna is one of the most coveted excursion an inspiring hiker can make.
The majestic Etna volcano overlooks the eastern side of Sicily. It is the highest volcano in Europe (approx. 3326 meters) and one of most active of the world; since 2013 is listed in UNESCO World Heritage.
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Sicily at Glance
▲▲▲▲ Palermo Sicily's sprawling capital, with colorful markets and Arab-Norman Cathedral.
▲▲▲▲ Siracusa home to Sicily's greatest ancient Greek settlement, the Christian Catacombs, and an amazing Jewish Mikwe Ritual Bath.
▲▲▲ Mount Etna, the most active volcano in Europe.
▲▲▲ Taormina, the world-famous resort town of Sicily with an amazing Greek-Roman Theatre. Easy from here visiting also the Godfather villages.
▲▲▲ Agrigento, home to Sicily's premier ancient attraction: the Valley of the Temples.
▲▲ Villa Romana del Casale, located in the middle of the island boasting the largest collection of Roman mosaics ever found.
▲▲ Cefalù, fishing-turned-beach-bum village with a charming old town center, a Norman Cathedral and a nice lavatory.
▲▲ Ragusa, the finest of southeast Sicily's picturesque baroque hill town of Ibla.
▲ Modica, Scicli, Noto trio of worthwhile stops near Ragusa, with Modica's famous chocolate, Scicli's small-town charm and Noto's showcase Baroque. These villages have been used as locations during the Inspector Montalbano Series (by Camilleri).
▲ Marsala, for the wines and its nearby salt flats — and an easy home base for day trips to the west coast's best stops: the hilltop village of Erice, the fishing island of Favignana, Carthaginian ruins at Mozia, and ancient ruins of Segesta and Selinunte.
▲ Catania Sicily's second city and de facto capital of the east that's most useful as a transportation hub — but offers a rejuvenated Baroque city center, hidden Roman theater, and rare-in-Italy WWII museum.
Oh Mamma mia!
There's so much to see, so little time.
How to choose?
To help you get started, we've listed our TOP picks for where to go in Sicily, and our plan for your best trip.
Depending on the length of your trip, and taking geographic proximity into account, here are our recommended priorities:
2 days: Palermo (with half-day trip to Monreale for its Dome)
4 days, add: Syracusa lodging in the amazing Ortigia island
6 days, add: Agrigento
8 days, add: Taormina (with full-day trip to the Etna Volcano)
10 days, add: Roman Villa of Casale and Cefalù
12 days, add: Trapani, with day trips to Erice, Marsala, Segesta and/or Selinunte
14 days, add: Ragusa and nearby towns (Scicli, Modica, Noto, Pantalica Park, and Marzamemi)
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