Holidays to Sicily 2018

Updated on Nov 16, 2017 by Alastair McClymont

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You can now book your 2018 holidays to Sicily with us. Here's some useful information to help you plan your escape to this diverse and beautiful island.

As the cold weather and dark evenings draw in here in the UK, you'd be forgiven for casting your mind to your next holiday escape and the prospect of sunshine in 2018. You have even more reason to be looking ahead to next year, for we recently placed our 2018 Sicily holidays programme on sale, ensuring that you can secure your perfect Sicilian escape right now.

Our extensive programme is ready and waiting to form your most complete holiday experience to date, allowing you to choose from a wide range of properties, alluring island regions and holiday types. There's simply something to suit every manner of holiday-maker. For some extra inspiration and information about jetting off to the island, here is a useful guide for holidays to Sicily 2018.

 

Which Sicily region should I visit?

 

Taormina & the North East

Blessed by a wonderful coastline, the incredible presence of Mount Etna and, of course, the charming and popular town of Taormina - this region of Sicily is a real favourite with holiday-makers. Promising everything from wonderful beaches, intriguing history, stunning nature and delectable cuisine, Taormina and its surrounding region is perfect for a Sicilian escape.

Find out more about this region now.

 

Val di Noto & the South East

Famed for its incredible baroque architecture, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the region of Val di Noto & the South East is a fantastic choice for lovers of culture and history. Boasting mesmerising cities such as Noto, Syracuse and Modica, holiday-makers visiting this region will be able to combine historical exploration with wonderful food and beautiful surrounding countryside.

Find out more about this region now.

 

Southern Sicily

A thinly populated region boasting miles of deserted coastline which is dotted with authentic fishing towns, while hilltop villages can be found inland amid dramatic landscapes, Southern Sicily is one of the island's lesser discovered regions. Perhaps most famous for the UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Valley of the Temples, there is plenty of diversity to enjoy here.

Find out more about this region now.

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Western Sicily

Home to everything from ancient ruins and lovely beaches, to mountain scenery and the famous fortified wine, Marsala; Western Sicily is in easy reach of Palermo's airport, yet is still largely untouched by tourism. Discover the region's harbour towns, sandy beaches and offshore islands during a stay in this region.

Find out more about this region now.

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Northern Sicily

The setting of Sicily's vibrant, historic and atmospheric capital, Palermo, as well as plenty of other cultural towns and cities; Northern Sicily is a fascinating stop for those hoping to discover the heritage and authenticity of the island. In addition to this, visitors to Northern Sicily will also enjoy a delightful coastline and superb hiking in the inland landscapes, presenting plenty of variety during a holiday in this area of Sicily.

Find out more about this region now.

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Where to stay in Sicily?

 

Taormina & the North East - The Ashbee

A stunning colonial-style mansion set in beautiful gardens and enjoying wonderful views across the ocean, The Ashbee is a five-star masterpiece just outside Taormina.

Find out more about this hotel now.

 

Val di Noto & the South East - Relais Torre Marabino

A charming and small character hotel located in the pretty countryside of the Val di Noto region of Sicily, the Relais Torre Marabino boasts plenty of character, as well as a wonderful swimming pool.

Find out more about this hotel now.

 

Southern Sicily - Verdura Resort

Arguably the most impressive, luxurious and diverse hotel in Sicily, the Verdura Resort boasts the likes of a 4000m2 spa, two championship golf courses and even its own private stretch of beach, all tucked away in Southern Sicily.

Find out more about this hotel now.

 

Western Sicily - Villa Colline

Enjoying stunning views of the surrounding countryside, Villa Colline is full of Sicilian charm and character, coming equipped with an inviting swimming pool, a wonderful open-plan interior and a large sun terrace and outdoor dining area.

Find out more about this property now.

 

Northern Sicily - Hotel Principe di Villafranca

A great option for a short city break in Palermo, this boutique hotel is full of contemporary touches, filled with impressive pieces of art, while its central city location is perfect for getting out and exploring the Sicilian capital.

Find out more about this hotel now.

 

Check out our Holiday Ideas page to get some extra information on the types of holidays we offer to the island of Sicily.

 

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