Located on Sicily's southern coast, Agrigento is a popular holiday destination renowned for its Greek Valley of Temples. A series of 5 temples, the attraction has been compared to the Acropolis in Athens and is a major sight to see. There are a great range of accommodation options available in Agrigento including everything from budget accommodation to standard hotels all the way up to luxury resorts, all of which are conveniently located close to popular sightseeing and attractions.
Located on the east coast of Sicily, Catania is a picturesque city facing the Ionian Sea and is most famous as the home of Mount Etna, an active volcano that is the tallest in Europe and the most active in the world. A thriving cultural, political and artistic hub, Catania now also enjoys a bustling tourist trade which has earned it the title of 'Europe's Silicon Valley'. Home to a wide range of accommodation, the town is just a short drive from the major tourist attraction of Mount Etna.
The capital of Sicily, Palermo is located on the north coast of Italy and is renowned for its history, cuisine, culture and architecture. Surrounded by the Gulf of Palermo in the Tyrrhenian Sea, the city is home to a huge range of accommodation options including hotels, B&Bs, resorts and more all conveniently located close to popular shopping, dining and attractions.
Located on Sicily's east coast, Syracuse is an intriguing blend of modern and ancient culture and is renowned for its rich Greek culture, history, architecture and amphitheaters. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Syracuse is home to a great range of accommodation options including budget accommodation, B&BS, hotels and luxury accommodation, many of which are conveniently located close to public transport and major attractions.