Messina

The province is home to very well known tourist destinations such as Taormina and the Aeolian Islands; along with Messina and the other towns in the province it was reached about 5 million tourists per year, a record in Sicily and southern Italy. The port of Messina welcomes...

Catania

The Sicilian Baroque Catania, together with that of Acireale, Caltagirone, Militello Val di Catania and other cities in eastern Sicily, has been declared by UNESCO, in 2002, a World Heritage Site belonging to the homogeneous area of ​​the Val di Noto. This is one of the...

Siracusa

Syracuse is an Italian town, capital of the province in Sicily. Located on the southeast coast of the island, is the fourth largest city in Sicily by population, after Palermo, Catania and Messina; It was once one of the largest metropolis of the ancient world, and the largest...

Eastern Sicily

For eastern Sicily, it means that part of the island overlooking the Ionian Sea and that includes the provinces of Messina, Catania and Syracuse. From Messina to Portopalo is a continuous succession of parks, volcanoes, sea resorts and wonderful architectural masterpieces....