Sicily is full of myths and legends. One of the most interesting is the Myth of the Giants of Palermo.
Years go by, but the value of the Feast of Sant’Agata, the third most important festival in the world, never passes for people from Catania.
The Carnival of Sciacca is one of the most important Carnival events in Sicily and in Italy. The feeling between participants and spectators is unique: they walk together and create an impressive atmosphere. Find out more about this amazing Carnival Festival.
Sicily has a tradition rich in old myths and legends. The Legend of Aci and Galatea is one of the most famous from ancient times. Let’s find out why Aci, a young shepherd boy protagonist of this ancient legend, gave his name to 9 towns near Catania and what links him to the Etna territory.
Villa Romana del Casale is one of the most famous monuments in Sicily. It is located in Piazza Armerina, one of the small town of the Sicilian hinterland. With its stunning mosaics, it is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and attracts lots of tourists every year.
Also this year the small port of Ognina is hosting the event “San Silvestro al mare”, an international swimming competition open to everyone. The event ends the year in style, in an ancient and characteristic fishing village of Catania.
The Sicilian Region promoted the Termini Imerese’s Carnival as one of the best Sicilian Events of 2019. Find out more about this traditional festival!
A new Christmas event in Catania: XMAS Factory arrives at Bellini Garden. Stands, markets, music, games and… lots of good food!
The first Michelin star lights up in Catania and Sicily can boasts more Michelin-recommended restaurants. Find out more about the Sicilian Haute Cusine.
It’s Christmas time and Palermo is preparing to set up Christmas fairs in various parts of the city. Here, the keyword is creativity!
At any time of the year, Castelmola will amaze you: in December, however, you will walk through the streets of Nativity Scenes, as if you were in Bethlehem.
Christmas is arriving and many Sicilian villages are getting ready to host several religious festivals: Saint Lucy’s Day is the most awaited one.
Sicily is full of wonderful places. You can find everything from the sea to the mountains, from art cities to places where you can have fun with friends.
If you love chocolate and if you love art cities, visiting Modica during the chocolate festival, it’s for you.
In Sicily, food represents tradition and it is also a symbol of culture. During your holiday in Sicily, you can have breakfast with granita, have lunch with tavola calda and have dinner with pani cunzatu and meat.
In Sicilian ancient villages, we feel more the Christmas tradition. Live the Christmas atmosphere with us, during the Immaculate Conception days!