The best time to visit Sicily is the period from spring to early summer. During this season the rates are still not so high, and the weather is pleasant, no matter what you choose—lazing on a beach, walking around Etna or sightseeing. With the beginning of summer season, crowds of tourists arrive, but the weather is gorgeous, and you can celebrate the Festino di Santa Rosalia in July.
September through October is another crowded season on the island when the sea remains warm, and the temperatures are ideal for sightseeing or admiring the Feast of Archangel Michael. Chilly wintertime is entirely for foodies–Ragusano cheese or sea urchins are there for you.
The warm Sicilian climate offers warmth up to seven months a year!
For over half a million years mount Etna has been in a state of continuous eruption
One of the most famous Sicilian cow milk cheeses, Ragusano is usually seven months aged
Don't miss the chance to try the best Italian wild strawberries
The tuna fishing is a traditional activity for Sicily, that is considered sustainable and humane
A perfect frozen dessert to save you from the summer heat
The large chalk cliff lures tourists and photographers to the azure coast
Sicily boasts lots of excellent spots of kitesurfing and windsurfing
The celebration of San Sebastiano in Sicily can easily top every patron saint festival in the whole Italy
The celebration of the Catania martyr is one of the central events in this region of Sicily
Sicily is known for its celebrations of carnival, but the celebrations in Acireale are considered to be truly remarkable
The celebration in honour of St. Michael offers spectacular events and fireworks
The oranges with the red juice and sweet distinctive taste are the fruity pride of Sicily
The patron saint of Palermo who once saved the city is honoured by a grandiose celebration
When visiting Sicily, don't miss the opportunity to try "green gold"—pistachios
One of the most spectacular events on the yachting calendar is fought out against a stunning backdrop of dramatic, ever-changing Mediterranean landscapes!
Wherever you go for Santa Pasqua in Sicily, you'll find a totally unique experience
Sea urchins, also known as sea hedgehogs, are a cool weather delicacy
Sicilian festina is not complete without snacking on baby snails cooked with garlic and herbs
Sicilian wines are famous for their distinctive strong taste
Days can be still warm in October, but night are getting colder, which means the beginning chestnut season!
The unique and grotesque Easter celebration in Sicily is carried out in a little town Prizzi
The small doughnuts are a special treat on St. Joseph's day
Sicily hosts one of the most well-known indie and alternative festivals in Italy
Delicious cakes that resemble St Agata's breasts are a special treat of the festival