Here’s a quick overview of the beautiful beaches and coves in the stunning sea of Sicily. The colors are amazing because of their transparency.
We’d like to share just a few highlights of this amazing island. Let’s start at the south coast, from Capo Passeroof Siracusa up to Capo Granitola in Trapani. This area proudly displays its exotic golden sand.
Marina di Ragusa and Pozzallo in the Ragusa area, Natural Reserve Torre Salsa near Sciacca, Lampedusa Island, Scala dei Turchi In Agrigento: The long, uncrowded beaches create harmony and provide the “out-of-this-world” relaxation that we all seek.
The sandy shore extends to Marsala, Mazara del Vallo, and Marsala. You can also visit the Via del Sale (Salt Trail), Natural Reserve of Stagnone, and Mozia In Trapani to learn more about salt production. The Zingaro Natural Reserve and the fine white beach at San Vito lo Capo are easy to find and lead to the Tyrrhenian coastline with its succession of beaches and rock formations.
The Tyrrhenian Sea is a stunning view from Ustica Island, Cefalu, and Mondello in Palermo. Also, the Aeolian Islands and Capo d’Orlando and Tindari are in Messina.
The east coast of Messina starts with lava rocks, pebble beaches, and Taormina and Giardini Naxos. It also includes the Timpa Nature Reserve in Acireale and Aci Trezza rocks. Next, the sand returns to the Gulf of Catania and Siracusa. The Vendicari Nature Reserve is also there. Finally, Marzamemi, Siracusa, and the Island of Correnti are where you can swim at the exact point where the Ionian sea and the Mediterranean sea meet.