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Mt Etna, the largest volcano in Europe and one of the most active in the world, lies south of Taormina. Nebrodi apartments You are permitted to climb up to 2900m. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania. A rope marks the spot where the volcano’s unpredictability makes it unsafe to go any further. Further south, the town of Syracuse was once a very powerful Greek city. Calendar of events in Piazza Armerina Check out the medieval buildings on the island of Ortigia which lies in the centre of town. Don’t miss the 5th century Teatro Greco – a masterpiece hewn out of rock with a seating capacity for 16,000 people. Agritourism in Panarea The five Doric temples in the town of Agrigento are also well worth a visit. They are the most well preserved of Sicily’s Greek ruins and are truly spectacular. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania

Camping and Caravan sites in Catania Among the areas not to be missed are Agrigento (to see the Valley of the Temples); Acireale (to see puppets); Taormina (a unique beautiful town perched on cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean); and Mt. Etna (10 902 ft/3 323 m) an active volcano on the east coast—its crater is difficult to reach so bring a guide and dress warmly. Booking Hotels Pozzallo In April 1987 two people were killed when Mt. Etna erupted. Although it can erupt at any time — most recently in January 1992 — deadly incidents aren’t common. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania. There’s good winter skiing with great ocean views from the mountain; drive the 120 mi/200 km around its base to see a wide variety of scenery. Agrigento Tours and Excursions Among the ancient Greek and Roman ruins on the island are the Taormina Greek theatre and San Domenico Monastery near Messina the Greek theater. Information about Campo Bello di Mazara In Syracuse the 5th-century BC Temple of Concord in Agrigento and the Casale Armerina (a jewel of a Roman villa with wonderful mosaics) in the town of Piazza Armerina near Enna. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania. It’s also possible to visit the Pantelleria Islands, the Pelagian Islands and the Aeolian Islands from Sicily. Information about Siracusa Syracuse There’s enough there to keep one busy for eight days.  

For touring the island can be roughly divided into the north-shore and south-shore areas. Last minute accommodation Pozzallo The north shore has reefs, olive groves, secluded coves and countless seaside resorts including Cefalu, a gorgeous Arab-Norman city with good beaches. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania. West of center of the north coast is Palermo the ancient capital and the island’s largest city. Be sure to visit the central market and 12th-century Monreale Cathedral which is 6 mi/8 km west of town (it has impressive biblical mosaics). Cheap flats in Erice About 50 mi/80 km west of Palermo lies the ancient village of Erice atop a mountain: It still has remains of a temple dedicated to Venus. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania. The southern coast has an even milder climate so there’s swimming most of the year (although it can get cold there between November and March). Agritourism in Marsala

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean and occupies a strategic position at the toe of Italy. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania The island has long been a magnet for invaders - all of whom have left their mark. Cheap accommodation in Acireale Greek temples, Roman ruins, Norman castles and Byzantine domes. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania. Visiting these relics of the past, swimming off the island’s beautiful golden beaches, marvelling at Mt Etna – Europe’s largest live volcano – and sampling first-rate seafood are all part of the Sicilian experience. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania. City of Catania. Campo Bello di Mazara lodging Situated at the mountain slope of Etna and to the center of a fertile lowland cultivated to citrus fruit, it was occupied from the Cartaginesi versus 700 B.C. Catania photos Then it was under the dominion of Siracusa and conquered from Dionigi and from the Cartaginesi then, finally by the Romans in the 263 B.C. Campo Bello di Mazara villas Subsequently conquered from the Normanni was destroyed in 1693 from a terrible earthquake. Camping and Caravan sites in Catania. We find it again today, like commercial heart of the Isle with its splendid and attractive baroque.

Camping and Caravan sites in Catania