The Cathedral of Monreale near Palermo is one of the world’s greatest examples of Norman architecture, and is famous for the extraordinary Byzantine mosaics guarded inside.
Sicily showcases the coastal beauty of Italy. There, you can find ancient ruins, massive volcanoes, a plethora of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and the adventure of a lifetime.
Sicily’s varied and awe-inspiring landscapes reflect the many cultures that ruled this land over the millennia. Each civilization left its indelible mark on Sicily’s landscape and culture.
The Parco delle Madonie natural reserve is home to some of Sicily’s highest hilltop towns that sit suspended between land and sky.
Hike up Cefalu’s La Rocca to see ancient buildings from its Roman, Arab and Norman history.
Italy is the country with the highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world.