What makes the island different from the rest of Italy is its multicultural society, having been ruled by Asians, Africans and Europeans. As a result, Sicily is home of a stunning selection of architectural splendors, dating from ancient Greek and Roman times to impressive Baroque cathedrals and monasteries. Historic sights, such as the Val di Noto and Rocky Necropolis of Pantalica, attract visitors from throughout the world.
During a visit to the island, you will be surprised by the many facets of Sicily's enchanting landscapes, often wild and untouched, but always charming in their simplicity. A special mention goes out to Sicilian beaches due to its coasts which surpasses 620 miles (1,000 km) -- or even 931 miles (1,500 km), if the smaller islands are included!
This 'top 10 places to visit in Sicily' (also make sure to check out this Top attractiona for Tuscany) starts in the Sicilian capital Palermo, and will take you across the island to Lampedusa, which is the southernmost part of Italy.
1. Palermo -- The historical markets (Vucciria, Ballarò, il Capo, Borgo Vecchio)
2. Aeolian Islands
6. Val di Noto
7. Piazza Armerina e Villa Romana del Casale
8. Agrigento -- Valle Templi and Scala dei Turchi
9. San Vito Lo Capo (Zingaro Nature Reserve)
10. Lampedusa (Pelagian Islands)
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