7 wonders to see in Sicily with Dimensione Sicilia

wonders to see in SicilyDimensione Sicilia is back! We had to reschedule our tours but are finally happy to announce that we have restarted our activities. Discover all Sicilian Secrets itineraries and take note of 7 wonders to see in Sicily that you cannot miss. Are you ready for your next holiday?

Make a wish…Dimensione Sicilia is waiting for you! Especially if it is your first time on the island, there are 7 wonders to see in Sicily that will make your journey definitely unforgettable. Thanks to Sicilian Secrets you can enjoy them all.

The Cathedrals of Palermo and Monreale

These two Norman Cathedrals belong to UNESCO World Heritage and are part of the so-called Arab-Norman itinerary that includes also the Cathedral of Cefalù. The Cathedral of Monreale is considered the Eighth Wonder of the World, so it’s absolutely unmissable. Once you get there, visit the cloister…a true masterpiece. The architectural style of these churches is very peculiar, the history they tell is the history of Sicily, a sort of Golden Age that we can still feel in our culture and traditions.

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Cathedral of Monreale

Ortigia, Syracuse

One of the 7 wonders to see in Sicily that we want to mention is Ortigia, a small island in the heart of Syracuse. It is the historical center of the city, a gem that keeps the most important treasures of this town such as the Fountain of Arethusa and the Cathedral. Enjoy a nice walk around the alleys, you won’t regret it at all.

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The mosaics of Piazza Armerina

Let’s travel back to the Roman Age of Sicily through the mosaics of Piazza Armerina. Dimensione Sicilia takes you to one of the most incredible places on the island, here you can enjoy the beautiful mosaics inside the Villa del Casale, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can see a lot of nice scenes representing the ordinary life of Roman aristocracy. If you are curious to learn more – for example – about the origins of bikini…maybe you can find an answer to your questions!

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Villa del Casale

The historical center of Catania

Catania is on the slope of Mount Etna, the highest active volcano in Europe. This city, especially the historical center, is among the 7 wonders to see in Sicily that Dimensione Sicilia picked for you. Baroque style strongly characterizes this city as well as the street build with black lava stone. It’s something unique, you won’t miss the chance to take some gorgeous pictures even in front of the symbol of the town, a nice elephant that people from Catania call ‘Liotru’, a Sicilian word that sounds like a mispronunciation of the name Eliodoro. Who’s Eliodoro? Join Sicilian Secrets’ tours and pay attention to the explanations of our guides to know more!

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Panarea, Aeolian Islands

Aeolian Islands are one of the best summer destinations ever and Panarea is a sort of ‘queen’ of the archipelago. Here you can visit both some natural and cultural sites, spend a day by boat and dive into the blue water of the sea. Don’t miss the prehistoric village of Cape Milazzese and the bay of Calajunco, take a break at the suggestive Zimmari beach and finally, let your heart go and visit the so-called Cava degli Innamorati…for all the romantics!

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Cefalù and Taormina

Almost all Sicilian Secrets tours include a stop both in Cefalù and Taormina. These towns are very popular all around the world and many people consider them as ‘2 postcards’. The charm of their small squares, the view and the kindness of people will seduce any visitor.


Favignana, Aegadian Islands

And if it’s not enough…your bucket list can be enriched with another very special tour to relax and swim in the so-called ‘butterfly island’, Favignana. In the ‘70s the painter Salvatore Fiume gave her the nickname ‘La farfalla’ due to its shape; one of the places you cannot forget to visit is Cala Rossa whose cliff is characterized by blue and crystalline sea to dive and happily swim.

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7 wonders to see in Sicily are not enough because this island is very rich of traditions, culture and amazing spots. Dimensione Sicilia and all their guides will make you enjoy the best holiday of your life, BOOK NOW! If you wish to stay updated about our news and read our next articles, follow us on Sicilian Secrets’ Facebook page and Instagram.

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