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  • 1 Galleria Regionale di Sicilia Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Via Alloro 4 I - 90133 Palermo

    In a building by Carlo Scarpa (1950), which maximises the available light, the museum displays medieval paintings and sculpture (fine Triumph of Death fresco) plus a vast collection of Renaissance pictures (many Sicilian School works). Note the splen..

  • 2 International Puppet Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Piazzetta Antonio-Pasqualino 5 I - 90100 Palermo

    Those wishing to learn about this key aspect of Sicilian tradition should not miss this museum, which houses a fine collection of pupi, little traditional puppets representing Norman knights in armour. Visitors can also explore the wider world throug..

  • 3 Museo Archeologico Regionale Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Piazza Olivella 24 I - 90133 Palermo

    The museum housed in the 16C Olivella convent contains a very fine collection of objects found at the principal Sicilian archaeological sites, in particular Selinunte. Beyond the little cloister with its hexagonal fountain, visitors continue to the g..

  • 4 Palermo Botanical Garden Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Via Lincoln 2 I - 90123 Palermo

    The garden and buildings intended for study and experimental work remain unaltered since their establishment in 1789 by the French architect Dufourny. Here visitors will see specimens of oriental and exotic plants, such as dendrocalamus giganteus, a ..

  • 5 Gardens of the Villa Communale Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Via Roma I - 98039 Taormina

    Lady Florence Trevelyan loved to come and see the birds in this floral park. In order not to frighten away her little friends, she had built all sorts of shelters, some curious, others frankly exotic. The most unusual, The Beehives, brings to mind, a..

  • 6 Piazza Duomo Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza Duomo I - 96100 Siracusa

    Irregular and slightly concave in front of the cathedral, this charming square is surrounded by attractive Baroque palaces. Notably Palazzo Senatorio, but also Palazzo Beneventano del Bosco, which has an attractive interior courtyard. The church of S..

  • 7 Cyane Spring (Fonte Ciane) Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 96100 Siracusa

    It is never a good thing to go against the wishes of Gods: take poor Cyane, for example, a charming nymph, who opposed the raising up of Persephone by Hades. He, in his anger, changed her into a spring. But bad things can be good: today the spring is..

  • 8 Catacombs of San Giovanni Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Via S.-Giovanni-alle-Catacombe I - 96100 Siracusa

    The Acradina district has since Roman times been devoted to the dead. Carved from solid limestone rock in the 4C-5C and extending over a wide area, the catacombs were centred on the tomb of St Martian, one of the earliest martyrs. Quite complex in st..

  • 9 Basilica St John the Evangelist Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Viale S.-Giovanni-alle-Catacombe I - 96100 Siracusa

    The ruins of the basilica stand open to the skies above the crypt of St Marcus and constitute one of the most fascinating places in Syracuse. Byzantine in style, it was destroyed by the Arabs, retaken by the Normans, it then lost its roof in an earth..

  • 10 Latomia (Quarries) Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Via Romagnoli I - 96100 Siracusa

    The word Latomia describes the old stone quarries used for the construction of public buildings. And as nothing goes to waste, they made excellent prisons. The Paradise Latonia is the most attractive of these quarries. Now it contains a ravishing gar..

  • 11 Cathedral square (Piazza del Duomo) Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza del Duomo I - 95024 Acireale

    The square was once named Piazza del Cinque d'Oro, in reference to playing cards. It was a place for the performing arts: Concerts and plays used to animate this square where there once stood a platform surrounded by four small paths. Today the super..

  • 12 Temple of Castor and Pollux (Temple of the Dioscuri) Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via Sacra I - 92100 Agrigento

    The Temple of the Dioscuri was built at the end of the 5C BC in homage to the twins Castor and Pollux. The only remains of the temple are four columns, which were rebuilt in the 19C, plus a section of the entablature, although this has not prevented ..

  • 13 Hercules' temple (Tempio di Eracle) Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via Sacra I - 92100 Agrigento

    Hercules' temple is probably the oldest temple in Agrigento. Its archaic Doric style columns, which were rebuilt in the early 20C, make it possible for visitors to imagine the elegance that this building, dedicated to the legend of this man and his t..

  • 14 The temple of Junon (Tempio di Hera Lacinia) Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    S115 I - 92100 Agrigento

    The temple of Juno was build around 470 BC and set ablaze by the Carthaginians in 406. You can see the marks left by the smoke on the walls of the cella, the room in which the statue of the Goddess once stood. Although the temple is not in a perfect ..

  • 15 Cefalù Cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Piazza del Duomo I - 90015 Cefalù

    The cathedral is the town's emblem. Roger II had construction work started on it in 1131. This building surrounded by palm trees is a magnificent piece of Romanesque architecture with a style that is more in keeping with the Norman style than that of..

  • 16 White Cape beach (Spiaggia di Capo Bianco) Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    SP 115 I - 30020 Eraclea-Minoa

    Eraclea Minoa beach, a beautiful, long white sandy beach, is enclosed by the tall white cliff and a magnificent pine forest.

  • 17 Church of San Giorgio Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Corso Garibaldi I - 97015 Modica

    Built in 1818, the flight of nearly 300 steps leads up to the church's elegant façade, a grandiose and richly evocative ensemble attributed to Rosario Gagliardi (though the involvement of other Noto architects is also evident) and one of the finest e..

  • 18 Museo Archeologico Regionale Paolo Orsi Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Viale Teocrito 66 I - 96100 Siracusa

    This archaeological museum is tucked away in the park of Villa Landolina. It contains Sicily's most important collections of artefacts from prehistory to the establishment of Greek colonies at Syracuse. Visitors follow a chronological layout that per..

  • 19 Madonie Park (Parco delle Madonie) Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Corso Paolo-Alliata 16 I - 90027 Petralia-Sottana

    In Petralia Sottana you will find the offices to obtain information and documentation for discovery walks and trips in the natural Madonie. This was created in 1989 and covers 39,679h of the Madonie chain, split into four zones: integrated, general, ..

  • 20 Corso Vittorio Emanuele III Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Corso Vittorio Emanuele III I - 96017 Noto

    Punctuated by three squares, each with its own church, this is the main street in Noto. It starts at Porta Reale, a monumental 19C triumphal arch surmounted by a pelican and on either side a tower (symbolising power) and a greyhound (symbolising fide..

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