Sicily, Italy’s largest island, is bathed by both the Tyrrhenian and the Mediterranean seas and offers visitors an infinity of places to see and an endless variety of gorgeous itineraries to enjoy surrounded by nature, history and tradition. Augusta, a city with ancient roots deep in the Siracusa area and an historic centre set on an island. Pachino, near the south-eastern point of the island with more than 8 km of gorgeous beaches. As we head westward we find Santa Croce Camerina and all of its fascinating ancient history and monuments, and then Pozzallo, in the Province of Ragusa, a city famous for its lovely monuments and religious festivities. As we head north along the western coast we’ll soon come across beautiful Vittoria, with its charming Art Nouveau and Art Deco palazzos. Continuing towards Trapani we find Petrosino a town of historic monuments and beaches of fine golden sand, the most famous of which is Torrazza. Along the road towards the Province of Palermo, at the centre of the Castellammare Gulf, we suggest you stop in at Balestrate and enjoy its magnificent beaches. As we continue westward we’ll come across the beaches of Terrasini and the Capo Rama nature reserve. Isola delle Femmine and its 2 nature reserves are also not to be missed. Along the coast of the beautiful island of Ustica, set in the sheer cliffs and rocky shoreline are natural grottoes, coves and inlets of stunning beauty. And then, just 70 km from Palermo, is Cefalù, a town steeped in history and graced with natural beauty.