The coastline of Sicily is like no other, with sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Nature has bestowed upon this island all its most precious natural gifts, now preserved for us in nature reserves such as the Zingaro and the Madonie National Parks. On the eastern side of the island stands imposingly the active Vulcano of Mount Etna, visible from everywhere on a clear day.
Food is a pivotal part of any Sicilian experience, as it is everywhere in Italy. Fish is one of the high points of the island's cuisine. Freshly fished every morning by local fishermen, it is sold in vibrant and noisy street markets. For those with a sweet tooth rejoice and try Cannoli and Cassatelle, the traditional local pastries filled with fresh ricotta cheese - they are to die for. And on a hot sunny day Sicilian Gelato or Sorbetto are the perfect thing to cool you down. Ancient techniques and recipes are used everywhere to make unique local dishes - fish cuscus or pesto made from crushed tomatoes and almonds just to mention just a few!
Wine in Sicily is synonymous with the Gods and grown on the island since ancient Greek times. Increasingly popular and gaining in notoriety are its sweet desert wine in Marsala, dark ruby red Nero D'avola and fresh, fruity white Zibibbo.
Sicily, the crossroads of the Mediterranean, is an inspiring and seductive island where everything has come together in a unique way.
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