Sicily’s best beaches!

Sicily Incentives Best beaches in Sicily. Sicily is a summer holiday jewel in the Mediterranean Sea and Sicily beaches are some of the most beautiful in all of Europe! If you are coming here and looking for some of the best beaches to relax on then check this list of the Best Beaches in Sicily. You will definitely choose one for your coming holidays! Sicily Incentives Best beaches in Sicily  /There is no one in Palermo who wouldn’t go to the beautiful beach of Mondello during the hot summer days. It can be sometimes overcrowded but is definitely on the list of the most beautiful places in Sicily.  The beach is located about 10 kilometers away from the city, nestled between Monte Pellegrino and Monte Gallo mountains. Sicily Incentives Best beaches in Sicily /Sant Vito Lo Capo’s turquoise waters and crescent-shaped sandy beach are a well-kept secret, sure to impress beach-lovers. Set against the imposing backdrop of Monte Monaco in Sicily’s north-west, this charming coastal town is also a big hit with climbers. Visit in September to experience the Cous Cous Festival. Who wouldn’t know the famous beach between Trapani and Palermo with the equally famous and iconic mountain? The beach is […]

Montalbano Elicona Sicily Incentives

  Sicily Incentives: A truly unprecedented and exclusive guided tour of Montalbano Elicona is scheduled on Friday 28 August. A fascinating nocturnal itinerary led by a professional guide to discover the most beautiful village in Italy between lights, shadows and medieval atmospheres. The appointment is scheduled at 7 pm at the entrance to the Castle, the first and enchanting stage of the journey that will continue through the alleys and other beauties of the village and will end at 9 pm. The Swabian Aragonese Castle of Montalbano is undoubtedly one of the most important and impressive castles in Sicily. It stands majestically on a hill in the center of the town. It was built, as we see it today (beyond the restorations of recent years), in 1300 at about 900 meters height, for purely military purposes and is part of the defense project of the territory of Emperor Frederick II of Swabia. It dominated the entire valley, from the Tyrrhenian area to that of Etna. In over eight centuries of history it has been the home of Norman, Aragonese and Spanish kings. Inside the castle there are two museum collections: the museum of bladed weapons and medieval musical instruments. The museum of […]

“Cento Sicilie” riaprono al pubblico il sito archeologico “Bagno arabo di Mezzagnone” a Santa Croce Camerina

50 artisti per “Cento Sicilie” riaprono al pubblico il sito archeologico “Bagno arabo di Mezzagnone” a Santa Croce Camerina   Sorgente: 01-1.jpeg (900×589) Etna, registrato un nuovo incremento nell’emissione di cenere 50 ARTISTI PER “CENTO SICILIE”. IL PROGETTO CULTURALE PROMOSSO DA CURVA MINORE E SOSTENUTO DALL’ASSESSORATO REGIONALE DEI BENI CULTURALI E IDENTITA’ Sorgente: 50 artisti per “Cento Sicilie” riaprono al pubblico il sito archeologico “Bagno arabo di Mezzagnone” a Santa Croce Camerina – Siciliafan

Etna, registrato un nuovo incremento nell’emissione di cenere

L’attività esplosiva è altamente variabile sia nel tempo che nell’intensità. L’andamento temporale dell’ampiezza media del tremore vulcanico continua a mostrare delle marcate oscillazioni Sorgente: Etna, registrato un nuovo incremento nell’emissione di cenere

Argimusco

ARGIMUSCO: Friday 21 August meeting at 9.30 at the Megalithic Site of Argimusco, a potential candidate for World Heritage Site and considered the Italian Stonehenge. Argimusco is a mysterious, enchanting and fascinating plateau formed by megaliths with anthropomorphic and zoomorphic shapes. It is located in the territory of Montalbano Elicona (ME). In this area there are numerous rocks of quartz sandstone modeled in extremely curious and particular forms, anthropomorphic and zoomorphic, whose nature is to be associated with wind erosion although popular tradition attributes them to an ancient human intervention.   Place of care and attendance of the most important emperors of Sicilian history such as Frederick II of Swabia.   The plateau boasts breathtaking 360 ° views. You can admire Mount Etna, the Aeolian Islands, the curious Rocca Salvatesta and Montagna di Vernà mountains, Capo Tindari, Capo Calavà and Capo Milazzo up close.   Sicily incentives dmc: Catania Timelapse   Sicily DMC Incentives, Palermo and Monreale, over 2000 years of history in Sicily   SICILY DMC INCENTIVES – DESTINATION TAORMINA   Sicily DMC – Siracusa    

In Sicilia riaprono siti e musei: ingressi gratis per una settimana

La Sicilia è pronta a ripartire anche dal punto di vista culturale. Da sabato i musei regionali, i Parchi archeologici e gli altri siti siciliani della cultura riaprono al pubblico, dopo la chiusura forzata degli ultimi mesi. Per lanciare un segnale forte di ripresa, la Regione Siciliana ha deciso che dal 30 maggio a domenica 7 giugno i musei e le aree archeologiche dell’Isola apriranno gratuitamente. L’iniziativa del governo Musumeci segna il rilancio dell’attività culturale nella regione e vuole essere un gesto per ringraziare i siciliani e tutti coloro che, mostrando serietà e responsabilità, per oltre due mesi sono rimasti in casa, contribuendo, in questo modo, alla limitazione dei contagi, che in Sicilia, fortunatamente, non hanno raggiunto i livelli di altre zone d’Italia. Per evitare code agli ingressi, tuttavia, sarà obbligatorio prenotarsi online in anticipo (https://youline.eu/laculturariparte.html) e verificando così la disponibilità nel giorno e nella fascia oraria prescelta, tenuto conto che gli ingressi saranno contingentati e sottoposti a tutte le misure sanitarie previste dalla legge. Per chi prenoterà la visita gratuita, basterà poi esibire all’ingresso il codice di prenotazione ricevuto. Non sarà consentito, per ragioni di sicurezza e per mantenere il distanziamento, l’ingresso a coloro che non avranno preventivamente utilizzato il sistema di prenotazione […]

Villa Tasca, Palermo: the out of the ordinary accommodation in Palermo

Sicily incentives: self-drive, team-building, adrenaline, party! DMC Sizilien, Incentivereise Sizilien, Sizilien Incentive, Sicily incentives dmc: Catania Timelapse  

Club Med, a luglio riaprono i resort di Cefalù e Kamarina

Club Med, a luglio riaprono i resort di Cefalù e Kamarina 08 MAGGIO 2020, 9:15 ALBERGHI Si stanno definendo ancora programmi e modalità, ma Club Med riaprirà le sue strutture in Sicilia il 5 luglio. Lo ha anticipato la stessa società al sindaco di Cefalù, Rosario Lapunzina: qui è stato riaperto due anni fa il resort di lusso ristrutturato e rinnovato, considerato uno dei gioielli del circuito turistico mediterraneo. Nelle intenzioni della società c’è anche la riapertura del resort di Kamarina, in provincia di Ragusa, e del resort di Pragelato Sestriere che accoglie i flussi turistici di montagna. I piani di riapertura terranno comunque conto, ha avvertito Club Med, delle norme sulle misure anti Covid e sulle disposizioni sui flussi turistici in Italia. Sorgente: Club Med, a luglio riaprono i resort di Cefalù e Kamarina – Travelnostop    

Sicily DMC – Catania, visit the lava black city at the foot of Mount Etna! Watch this beautiful video

Sicily DMC – Catania lies cradled amidst the splendid greenery of its surroundings, yet at the same time opens out to the sea, welcoming us with its grand piazzas, wide roads, and architecture in lavic rock. The city is full of attractions, offering historic and artistic wonders for everyone. Remnants of history prove that the various cultures that have left their mark; the people have absorbed the influences of their many rulers, as seen in the architectonic lines of the buildings, churches and monuments. Its Duomo is a magnificent example. Reconstructed with the use of materials recovered from Roman-era buildings – such as the marble columns that decorate its courtyards – it looks out onto the piazza carrying its name (which after the earthquake was designed to leave ample space between buildings in the event of another destructive earthquake). It is dedicated to the city’s Patron, St. Agata, whose statue surmounts the main façade designed by Giovan Battista Vaccarini. Besides the church, the splendid Piazza Duomo is surrounded by the Palazzo Senatorio and elegant noble buildings arranged around the Fontana dell’Elefante, the symbol of the city. The monument, also the work of Vaccarini, is a kind of historical stratification: the […]

Sicily dmc incentives: almond blossom festival in the valley of the Greek temples in Agrigento

Sicily dmc incentives: Almond Blossom Festival (Sagra del mandorlo in fiore) has been taking place in Agrigento for already 72 years. It’s an international folk festival aiming to spread the message of peace, integration and cooperation between people. Every year in February, Agrigento celebrates the first almond blossoms of the season in its Sagra del Mandorlo in Fiore. The highlight of the festival, which continues until the beginning of March, is on the closing Sunday. A parade, accompanied by songs and dances, winds through the streets of Agrigento, celebrating peace, joy and fraternity. Sicily dmc incentives: The almond blossoms are celebrated as harbingers of spring; once the delicate pinkish-white blossoms appear, spring can’t be too far behind—at least in Sicily. Planting spring crops begins in earnest, and here in the south we can start to taste the promise of fava beans for the Festa di San Giuseppe (St. Joseph), Italian Father’s Day, on 19 March. Agrigento, founded by Greek colonists in 6 B.C., is one of Italy’s most under-appreciated spots with its Valle dei Tempii, home to five ancient temples: Concordia, Juno, Jupiter, Hercules, Castor and Pollux. They are official World Heritage landmarks, glow gorgeously golden at sunset, and provide […]