Situated right at the heart of the Mediterranean, Sicily has always been, and will always be, at the crossroads for peoples and a cradle of several civilisations: the Arabs, Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Swabians, Angevins and Aragonese have all left their mark in passing through the island. Therefore marks from several eras create a counterpoint for itineraries immersed in overpowering nature, where the smells almost stun you with their intensity and the tastes bowl you over with their fullness.
Theatres and temples of Ancient Greece, Siculo-Norman cathedrals, historical centres enriched by historical baroque residences: from Taormina to Palermo, from Catania to Syracuse, there is not one aspect that is not enchanting with profound harmony and strong contrasts. A land of conquests and conquerors, antique and modern, desolate whilst at the same time adorned and luxuriant with flowers and greenery, Sicily is imprinted in memory even thanks to its sea, a sea which has all the shades of the Mediterranean, thanks to the keen spirit of its people, to the sun which highlights and exalts the colours and smells.
A journey round the Island means immersing yourself in its history and in its landscapes.