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Where Mountains Meet the Sea

Mt. Etna - Sicily

Sicily is a holiday on the beach, an excellent destination for the daring or a historical cultural experience that simply cannot be matched to anyplace else in the universe.

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Must Sees in Sicily

  • Palermo - the Royal Palace built in the 12th century
  • Taormina - Greek theatre built in the third century, offering views of Mount Etna
  • Mount Etna, Europe's largest active volcano and home of spectacular fireworks displays
  • Agrigento - Valley of the Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Acoreale - Beautiful tree-line cobbled path to Acireale, a picturesque fishing village of Santa Maria La Scala
  • Aeolian Islands - Craggy shoreline, quaint villages and beaches of volcanic sand
  • Catania Piazza Duomo - Vendors selling seafood, meat, fruit, vegetables, cheese and nuts

Map of Sicily is designed for travelers with diversified tastes and interests. Discovering Sicily is like discovering the world. And it doesn't matter when you travel to Sicily, because each season is inspiring with amazing summers, lovely springs and generally mild winters.

Perillo's helps make images of Sicily a reality for travelers who are looking to explore an exotic island that holds an irresistible mystique. For those who have dreamed about traveling to Sicily, offers visitors tools that allow them to be selective about what they wish to see - an exciting history, the creativity of artisans, scenic beauty - the chance of a lifetime to enjoy endless activities. Explore beautiful buildings, taste Sicilian delicacies, meander down quaint streets and alleyways, view the wonders of Mount Etna and the Mediterranean Sea. Indulge your whims; pick and choose what to see, where to stay, what to eat and so much more. Sicily is at your fingertips with!

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Shopping in Sicily

Sicily is known for Italian ceramics, which can readily be found in Caltagirone and Santo Stefano. Sicilian pottery, place mats, tablecloths, napkins and clothing are plentiful in Cefalu, Taormina and Erice. Main shopping centers are located in Politeama and Liverta, and in Palermo along Via Roma and Via Maqueda, where shoppers delight in the boutiques and shoe shops. Just to the north of Piazza Castlenuovo, Via della Liberta and the streets that surround the area, shoppers enter the luxury area of some of Palermo's best-known stores. Flea markets are located behind the Cattedrale on Via Papireto and Corso Amedeo is home to many antique shops.

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