What awaits you in Sicily

Perfect for family holidays and romantic getaways
Wander the Greek and Roman ruins of Syracuse
Visit the Greek theatre of Taormina
Climb up the volcanic Mt Etna
Taste local marsala wines and limoncello


Set on the azure Mediterranean waters, Cefalù boasts unparalleled views of the sea, sands, and skies. The ultimate all-inclusive getaway to relax, unwind and reconnect, you’ll fall in love with the charm of Sicilian living.

Highlights of Sicily

Discover a different pace of life in this Mediterranean hideaway

The climate in Sicily holiday destinations can vary depending on when you choose to take your European break. Sicily is the Mediterranean’s largest island and is located less than 100 miles from the coast of North Africa, from where it reaps the benefits of warm weather. In spring and summer, visitors to Sicily can enjoy eight to eleven hours of sunshine per day and the average temperate, even in winter, very rarely falls below 10°C.

Harmonic flavours

Sicilian cuisine is rich with seafood, flavoured with Mediterranean, Spanish and Arabic influences and the islands’ famous lemons. Snack on arancini and saracena olives as you wander round the countryside, or treat the kids to Sicily’s best desserts. Try sweet cannoli, cassata cake, almond and pine nut biscuits, and refreshing granita.

Historic hillsides

Sicily is home to a wealth of Greek and Roman ruins, perfect for an adventure back into the past. Take the family on a tour of the ancient ruins of Syracuse, visit the astounding Temple of Concordia in Agrigento, climb the slopes of a live volcano on Mount Etna or travel to Taormina’s ancient Greek theatre for amazing clifftop views and stunning live.

Golden islands

For unspoilt views and authentic Mediterranean living, look no further. The golden islands of Sicily are perfect for family holidays and romantic getaways. Explore ancient ruins, enjoy beachside fun with your kids, or rent a car and drive up into the hillsides and discover rolling vineyards, sleepy villages and coastal towns where life runs at a more relaxed pace.

Facts about Sicily

Direct Flying Time: 13 hours
Airport: Palermo Airport
Time Difference: -1 Hour
Currency: Euros
Best months to visit: May - Oct
Well Known for: Beautiful beaches, Rich cultural heritage
Languages: Italian

Sicily Weather

Monthly weather averages in Sicily

Sicily enjoys a sunny, Mediterranean climate with pleasant springs, warm autumns and glorious subtropical summers. For half the year the island sees very little rain, especially along the south and southeast coastlines.

The best time to visit Sicily is between May and October when the weather is dry and sunny. July and August are the hottest months with average highs of 26°C and up to 10 hours of sunshine a day on average.

History and legends

It's all included in the tale of your holidays in Sicily

More than an open-air museum, Sicily is a distinctive land where history is written every day under the Mediterranean sun.

A holiday full of discoveries and ancient treasures in Sicily

Start your adventure in the flamboyant Palermo. The island's largest city has been marked by conquests, at the hands of Greeks, Romans and Normans. Head for the Palace of the Normans, which stands as one of the finest examples of Arab-Norman architecture. During your holiday in Sicily, discover the island's ancient past and visit the Villa Romana del Casale. This Roman villa, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is noteworthy for its remarkably well-preserved mosaics and decorations. Another treasure: Syracuse and the island of Ortigia. 1 hour 45 minutes from your Club Med Kamarina resort, the Ancient Greek influences in its theatre, the Baroque style of its churches and the charm of its picturesque narrow streets intermingle on the island. A condensed version of Sicily to be visited as part of your cruise aboard the Club Med 2.

An island of character and fine food

Your discovery of Sicily is also a discovery of its cuisine. On the west coast, in Cefalù, let the local specialities tempt you. During your all inclusive holiday in Sicily, snack on arancini, stuffed balls of rice, or dine on cuttlefish ink spaghetti at a table in front of the cathedral. Pair your meal with a glass of Nero d’Avola, a red wine from the slopes of Etna. In Catania, at the foot of the mountain, continue your holiday in Sicily with a mouth-watering stroll through the fish market. The local fishermen sell their catch here with a cheekiness fit for a commedia dell’arte.

Between islands and volcanoes

it’s all included as part of your holidays in Sicily

With the Mediterranean as a backdrop, Sicily is a distinguished seaside destination. During your holidays in Sicily, stop off in Cefalù: the beach there offers exceptional views up to the top of the village. For a more thrilling experience, 2 hours from your Club Med Kamarina resort, brave the lunar slopes of Etna, where cones and craters are constantly venting steam. Another active volcano, Stromboli, is a place of heavenly landscapes with the Aeolian Islands and Forgia Vecchia beach in the background. Sicily is also about the art of taking one's time.

Things to do in Sicily

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