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Cradle of Magna Grecia, Sicily still preserves many precious examples that testify its Greek colony past, among which the Ancient Theatre of Taormina, Giardini Naxos and the wonderful Valle dei Templi (Valley of the Temples in Elnglish) in Agrigento.
Among all the other archeological and artistic beauties you may visit during your holiday in Sicily, we suggest you go to the Cathedral of Cefalù and Piazza Armerina, famous mainly for its Roman mosaics, a few kilometers from Mount Etna Volcano.
A holiday at the sea in Sicily is worth your while not only for its art and culture, but also for its beautiful beaches and archipelagos, such as Aegadian Islands and Eaeolian Islands, consisting of Lipari, Panarea, Stromboli and Vulcano just to mention the most important.
You've plenty of reason then for choosing to spend your holiday in B&B, agriturismo or villa in Sicily, so you only need to make your choice among our proposals, last minute offers and special farmhouses deals, check prices and pictures and read comments and review on the agriturismo and apartments in villa or holiday houses that all past guests have left on Agriturismo.net.
This bed and breakfast is set in lemon groves, 2 km from the sea and from Mount Etna. The bed and breakfast is located on the outskirts of Acireale, Catania.
Giogaia, a hospitable and welcoming Bed and Breakfast placed in southern Sicily among the verdant Iblei hills.
Description: the 4-star residence is a newly restored hamlet situated above the seaside town of Gioiosa Marea (Messina).
Comfortable apartment for 4 people and a studio for 2 people. Each one with a separate entrance on the third floor of this building in Letojanni.
MEDITERRANEAN COLOURS FOUND IN NATURE The farmhouse looks out on the beautiful coast of the Ionian Sea, on the Plemmirio promontory, where, between XVIII and XVII centuries B.
Set on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, Sciacca is an ancient and peaceful town with its thermal baths and fishing port.
Position: the villa is part of the Ciane-Saline Nature Reserve which contains Eygptian papyrus plants, unique in Europe, a citrus plantation, as well as palm and olive trees.