Catania, Palermo, Trapani
Catania, the main centre on the east coast, is dominated by the imposing volcano of Etna.
Taormina, suspended on a terrace between cliff and sea, is not much further north. Taormina's Ancient Theatre, "Teatro Antico", is in a panoramic position and is the perfect backdrop for open-air performances.
On the south-east coast lies Siracusa with its thousand-year-long history. It is almost totally surrounded by sea and spread over the mainland and the island of Ortigia.
A little further south, the old town centre of Noto, the capital of the Baroque style, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
To the north-east of the Sicilian coast lie the Aeolean islands, an archipelago of seven volcanic islands of outstanding beauty.
In southern Sicily is the ancient settlement of Agrigento, founded in 580 B.C. The archaeological area of the Valley of the Temples bears exceptional historical witness to Magna Grecia and the ruins of the ancient Hellenic city remain for us admire today.
The capital city of the island is Palermo, capital of the art nouveau style with its enormous artistic and architectural heritage.
Monreale dominates Palermo from the slopes of Monte Caputo and is famous the world over for its splendid cathedral, a fine example of Norman architecture.
A stimulating team-work experience to put you to the test, is a regatta, an adventure that leaves its mark, while not forgetting that all the activities connected to the sea that can be carried out along the coast of this, the largest of the Mediterranean islands.