Home to every great Mediterranean civilization, Sicily is a rich tapestry of art and history. A day in this paradise of deep blue skies and lush vegetation could include skiing down a snow-muffled volcano, walking through orange groves, and swimming within sight of majestic ruins. Unforgettable sights abound: the panoramic perfection of Taormina; Agrigento’s Valley of the Temples; a rose-tinted moon rising over Mt. Etna; and Palermo, Monreale, Cefalù, and Catania offer a feast of Roman, Byzantine, Arab-Norman, and Baroque architecture.
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Just outside Palermo lies the 12th-century cathedral with its fusion of Norman, Arab and Byzantine art.
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This string of tiny islands offers rugged coastlines with steep cliffs that drop to clear waters and black sand beaches, legacy of volcanic activity.
Wedged between the sea and still-active Mount Etna volcano, this hillside city is a great base for exploring the rest of the island.
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Fresh water surfaces by the salt sea here, and the cathedral and piazza are among the loveliest in Italy.
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