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Accommodation In Sicily

The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily is dominated by the smouldering Mt Etna. Sicilians have an impressive cultural legacy due to 25 centuries of foreign rulers - The Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, French and Spanish - who have all left a substantial mark on this fiery island. A spicier cuisine, a hybrid language, Arab craftsmanship as well as countless cultural relics; temples, theatres and churches are scattered across the whole island.

Our wide range of hotels in Sicily lets you enjoy all that Italy’s most populated Island has to offer from baroque architecture in Catania or the medieval streets in the capital Palermo; to sun and golden sandy beach in Cefalu or the Greek temples at Agrigento and Segesta. Visit the Baroque towns of the Val di Noto in south-eastern Sicily, eight towns that were rebuilt in Sicilian Baroque style following an earthquake in 1693... you’ll be amazed by the beautiful buildings! You should not miss the Roman mosaics at Villa Romana del Casale, with mosaics depicting hunts and women playing sports.

Your Sicily hotel is a perfect base to enjoy a day trip to the beautiful Aeolian Islands, an archipelago of seven islands. There is so much that you can do on and around these dazzling islands: snorkel over bubbling underwater fumaroles, laze in mud baths or on lava beaches, or - for the more adventurous - climb two active volcanoes. On Sicily’s western coast lies the largest region of vineyards in Italy. The rolling hills are covered in vines and are a simply stunning view in front of mountain peaks. The wine region is renowned for its fortified wine, such as the famous Marsala.

Your visit to Sicily would not be complete without sampling the local cuisine - Caponata, Panella and Cannoli - to name a few culinary delights. So why not book your Sicily hotel today?

How much is a hotel room in Sicily?

Hotels in Sicily start at AU$59 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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