Best wild swimming in Italy | Lakes and rivers to swim in (Condé Nast Traveller)

Top 10 wild swims in Italy

Best wild swimming in Italy | Lakes and rivers to swim in (Condé Nast Traveller)

No trip to Syracuse, Sicily is complete without several mouthwatering meals! see…

The 10 Best Restaurants In Syracuse, Sicily

No trip to Syracuse, Sicily is complete without several mouthwatering meals! see…

Why Noto, Sicily Is Our Italy Destination of the Summer

Why Noto, Sicily Is Our Italy Destination of the Summer

Siracusa ortigia See this Instagram photo by @beautifuldestinations • 71.2k likes

Siracusa ortigia See this Instagram photo by @beautifuldestinations • 71.2k likes

Piazza Duomo in Province of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy www.ilovesicilies.altervista.org

Piazza Duomo in Province of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy www.ilovesicilies.altervista.org

The Beaches of Sicily  The island of Sicily has no end of beautiful beaches, from stunning bays of fine white or golden sands to enchanting pebbly, secluded coves, with crystal clear water that shimmers in every shade of blue, aquamarine and turquoise. Some beaches are fairly deserted, with barely a soul in sight, even in the height of summer, while others are buzzing with a lively seaside atmosphere. Here we share our top 5 beaches around Taormina & the North East.

The Beaches of Sicily The island of Sicily has no end of beautiful beaches, from stunning bays of fine white or golden sands to enchanting pebbly, secluded coves, with crystal clear water that shimmers in every shade of blue, aquamarine and turquoise. Some beaches are fairly deserted, with barely a soul in sight, even in the height of summer, while others are buzzing with a lively seaside atmosphere. Here we share our top 5 beaches around Taormina & the North East.

I've been to the Dionysos's ear.@ The-Archaeological-Park-Siracusa-Sicily "Das Ohr des Dionysos"

A Visit to the Archaeological Park of Siracusa, Sicily

I've been to the Dionysos's ear.@ The-Archaeological-Park-Siracusa-Sicily "Das Ohr des Dionysos"

Sicily, Italy climb the Scala dei Turchi translates to “stair of the Turks” due to its stair-like form or enjoy its two surrounding sandy beaches.

Sicily, Italy climb the Scala dei Turchi translates to “stair of the Turks” due to its stair-like form or enjoy its two surrounding sandy beaches.

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