Sicily: an island in the Mediterranean with countless opportunities for adventure, fun and discovery. Where to start? What can't be missed? Planning a holiday in Sicily can sometimes be overwhelming, there is SO MUCH to do and see. That is why soloSicily.com has created this playful infographic, to point you in the direction of what should not be missed. Don't forget, we've grown up on this island! Nobody knows the best spots in Sicily better than us!

Sicily: an island in the Mediterranean with countless opportunities for adventure, fun and discovery. Where to start? What can't be missed? Planning a holiday in Sicily can sometimes be overwhelming, there is SO MUCH to do and see. That is why soloSicily.com has created this playful infographic, to point you in the direction of what should not be missed. Don't forget, we've grown up on this island! Nobody knows the best spots in Sicily better than us!

You don't need months to spare to see Europe by train – a one-week Italian rail itinerary from Venice to Sicily

Europe by train: Five great one-week rail trip routes

You don't need months to spare to see Europe by train – a one-week Italian rail itinerary from Venice to Sicily

I thought I knew Italy — and then I got to Sicily.  Here are my best tips for traveling in this challenging region of Europe.

I thought I knew Italy — and then I got to Sicily. Here are my best tips for traveling in this challenging region of Europe.

TRADITIONAL SICILIAN ALMOND COOKIES - The almond cookies are “a must” of the Sicilian culinary tradition. They are prepared with the Almond paste, called “pasta reale” in Sicily. The legend wants that the recipe was created in the XII century in the convent of the “Martorana” in Palermo and that his name is due to his goodness (worthy of a King!) . These fantastic cookies are as good as easy to do! Accompany them with a good tea, coffee or a glass of Marsala sweet wine. - desserts

Traditional sicilian almond cookies

TRADITIONAL SICILIAN ALMOND COOKIES - The almond cookies are “a must” of the Sicilian culinary tradition. They are prepared with the Almond paste, called “pasta reale” in Sicily. The legend wants that the recipe was created in the XII century in the convent of the “Martorana” in Palermo and that his name is due to his goodness (worthy of a King!) . These fantastic cookies are as good as easy to do! Accompany them with a good tea, coffee or a glass of Marsala sweet wine. - desserts

Here are soloSicily's Palermo top street food recommendations that will tantalise your taste buds... be adventurous and try everything!

Here are soloSicily's Palermo top street food recommendations that will tantalise your taste buds... be adventurous and try everything!

Our top ten things to see, do and eat in Sicily.  Image credit:  Anna Lurye | Dalibor Kastratovic | lsantilli | Shutterstock

Our top ten things to see, do and eat in Sicily. Image credit: Anna Lurye | Dalibor Kastratovic | lsantilli | Shutterstock

The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily is home to sites like Mount Etna and delicacies like caponata. Click here to find out more!

Taormina, Sicily: Your Guide to Taormina Travel

The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily is home to sites like Mount Etna and delicacies like caponata. Click here to find out more!

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