Hotels to remember: Sicily

Baglio Villa Sicilia

Selinunte - Castelvetrano

Hotel Residence Acquacalda

Lipari - Isole Eolie

Castello Camemi

Vizzini Scalo

Hotel Villa Sonia

Castelmola, Taormina

Hotel Giardino di Costanza

Mazara del Vallo

RG Naxos Hotel

Giardini Naxos

Therasia Resort sea & spa

Vulcano - Lipari - Isole Eolie

Hotel Ravesi

Salina - Isole Eolie

Hotel Ossidiana

Stromboli - Isole Eolie

Mandranova

Palma di Montechiaro

Riserva del Noce

Caltagirone

Le Case di Elisa

Marina di Ragusa

La Plage Resort

Taormina - Isola Bella

Casa Ruffino

Balestrate

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Sicily: suggestions from the insiders

Anna

(Insider)

Anna

Not sure where to stay? Check out some of our best boutique sleeps in a few of our favorite Italian cities. (Boutique & the City) →

Silvia e Giuseppe Pulvirenti

(Owners)

Tenuta Cammarana

Historical Residences

Silvia e Giuseppe Pulvirenti

Tenuta Cammarana is an historic Country House set in a private rural estate in Eastern Sicily. With its authentic interiors and old-style hospitality, Tenuta Cammarana offers complete respite from the world. (Tenuta Cammarana) →

Guido Coffa

(Proprietario)

Monaci delle Terre Nere

Farmhouse Holidays

Monaci delle Terre Nere is a quiet hideaway from the chaos of the modern world, a 18th century former monastery hidden in the foot hills of Mount Etna. The volcano's slopes are the magic and charming surroundings of the estate. (Monaci delle Terre Nere) →

Emerico Amari

(Proprietario)

Baglio Villa Sicilia

Small Boutique Hotels

Emerico Amari

Selinunte: a unique landscape suspended between the intense blue of the Mediterranean sea and sky. A land dotted with number of treasures, some of which are so well hidden that only the most fortunate of visitors will be able to find them (Baglio Villa Sicilia) →

Others

Sicily at a glance

Sicily Hotel

The Trinacria of the ancient Greeks, the culture of the Normans and the influence of the Arabs. An island volatile and vibrant like its sea, its volcanoes and its people.

A sun drenched island with a splendid coastline and a landscape rich in contrasts, Sicily is a compendium of the greatest civilisations and cultures of all time, a book the pages of which filled with centuries of history and art. The Greek cities of Sicily: Agrigento, Selinunte, Segesta, and Syracuse, were among the most beautiful of the Hellenic world. Thousands of years later, today’s visitors can still admire the Valley of Temples at Agrigento or watch a summer performance in the great Greek Theatre of Syracuse. The same concoction of Mediterranean cultures which has influenced the course of the island’s history, has made its way in to the kitchens of Sicily, resulting in a delicious and extremely varied cuisine.