Palermo And Surroundings

Palermo, the capital of Sicily, is a feast for the eyes with its Moorish architecture and lively markets. The Teatro Massimo and Palermo Cathedral are not to be missed. Nearby, Monreale and Cefalù offer breathtaking views and rich history. The local gastronomy, with arancini and cannoli, is a real treat for the palate.


Palazzo dei Normanni, Cappella Palatina, The Cathedral, The Ballarò Market, The MAssimo Theater are just a few of the places of interest to visit in Palermo


Located about 70 kilometers from Palermo, Cefalù is a picturesque coastal town with beautiful beaches, a charming Norman cathedral, and a variety of boutiques and restaurants.


Just 8 kilometers south of Palermo, Monreale is famous for its marvelous cathedral, which was built in the 12th century and features splendid Byzantine mosaics


Town overlooking the Gulf of Castellammare. Famous for its beaches, Terrasini is a picturesque town that develops around Piazza Duomo


A place where the beauty of nature blends with the beauty of history


Scopello is a small seaside village on the Sicilian coast, known for its Faraglioni Beach and Tonnara di Scopello.