Sicily is a wonderful place to explore and learn about art, as well as admire the beauty of nature and landscapes. It’s a great experience to show children real Sicilian art.
Although there are many theories explaining the Baroque style, they are not as clear-cut as a visit at Noto Cathedral. Geology is made easier by Mount Etna.
Let’s start our journey with the echo from Homer’s Odyssey. We’ll reach Skylla, Charybdis. The strong currents and whirlpools found in these waters are one of the most important biodiversity assets in the Mediterranean.
According to mythology, it is an unforgettable experience to visit the Aeolian islands. It is the home of Aeolus the god of winds. The Lipari Archaeological Museum teaches about the cultures and civilizations which colonized these areas. A nice stop is also in Vulcano or Stromboli where you will find the active volcano.
Let’s head back to the coast to Taormina. We will enjoy a stunning view of the Ionian Sea as well as the volcano Etna from this beautiful spot. The Greek Theatre stands out as the most well-known monument. It was built by the Greeks on a scenic headland. We will be able to see Calabria and the Sicilian Ionian coastline, as well as Etna mountain behind. Every year, Taormina arte takes place in this area. To reach a beautiful panoramic terrace, let’s take a long walk along Corso Umberto.