The Ionian Sea on the coast of southeastern Sicily looking at the fort on the island of Capopassero
Tag: southeastern Sicily
52 Reasons to Love Sicily | #44. Explore It on Foot or by Bicycle
Spring is a beautiful time to take in the Iblean Mountains’ wildflowers up close. Summer in the Egadi Islands invites another kind of magic — the reward of hidden swimming spots. Fall serves up encounters with Sicilians engaged in the grape and olive harvests throughout the region, while winter months, which are mild, provide access…
Sandy Beach In Ragusa Province
Dreaming of summer sunsets… Sampieri Beach in Ragusa Province is wide, sandy, and natural.
Vendicari Nature Reserve’s Fields Of Gold
Vendicari Nature Reserve was founded in 1984 to encourage birds and plant species to thrive on its approximately 3300 acres. The sanctuary, which is on the coast of southeastern Sicily, has had a constant presence of around 241 different species of birds and hundreds of different species of plants that are found throughout its saltwater…
One Of Eastern Sicily’s Hidden Corners
Discover eastern Sicily’s renowned treasures and its hidden corners (like this one in the town of Buscemi) with me on Tuesday, Aug. 11 at 7PM ET during an online presentation and Q&A. Let’s dream of your next trip and how we can make it extraordinary with insider tips and expert insights. The highlight of the…
The Rocky Necropolis Of Pantalica, Sicily
Pantalica Nature Reserve is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of the approximately 5,000 ancient tombs that are cut into its limestone canyon walls. Sections of the rocky necropolis date as far back as the 12th century BCE.
Vendicari Nature Reserve In Southeastern Sicily
Located on the southeastern coast of Sicily, Vendicari Nature Reserve was founded in 1984 to encourage birds and plant species to thrive on its approximately 3300 acres. It’s been a huge success with the constant presence of around 241 different species of birds living among the salt water and fresh water marshes and lagoons. Supporting…