The Top Must-Visit Destinations in Sicily

Ah, Sicily! A destination that makes us all dream and represents the Italian Dolce Vita so well! A corporate retreat in Sicily is an ideal travel project to escape the stress and daily grind of the office for a few days. It offers a perfect setting and disconnection to reflect with your colleagues on achievements or to approach new projects with renewed energy! So, where should you go for your next offsite in Sicily? Or what are the must-visit places during your visit? Discover our selection of the top 10 must-visit destinations in Sicily……

1. Palermo

The capital of the Sicilian island: It’s a blend of many different cultures. Founded in the 8th century B.C., today it’s an open-air museum that houses countless historical buildings with multiple influences such as the Norman Palace, the Catacombs of the Capuchins, the Palermo Cathedral, the Massimo Theater, the Ballaro Market, and the Cathedral of Monreale. 2. Cefalù Cefalù combines the charm of Sicily with its cliffside town and the Mediterranean Sea. Its historical monuments, architecture, and especially its fine sandy beach will surely win over your colleagues during your corporate trip to Sicily!

3. Taormina

Located northeast of Mount Etna, Taormina is a must-visit if you’re wondering what to do during your corporate trip in Sicily. You’ll have an incredible view of Mount Etna and Isola Bella from the heights of the city overlooking Catania.

4. Mount Etna Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe and has experienced over 100 eruptions in the last century. It can be accessed in both summer and winter from Catania, offering a beautiful view of the crater.

5. Catania

Catania, the second-largest city in Sicily, boasts a rich historical heritage. It’s known as “the black city” due to its buildings made of basalt stone. Take advantage of your team retreat in Sicily to visit Piazza del Duomo and see Catania’s emblem: the Fontana dell’Elefante, the Duomo Di Catania, and many other marvels!

6. Syracuse and the Island of Ortigia

Syracuse, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a city to visit during your corporate trip in Sicily. The ancient city opens up to the Mediterranean Sea and onto the Island of Ortigia, home to ancient remnants such as the Greek theatre, the Temple of Apollo, the Temple of Athena, or the Arethusa Fountain.

7. Visit the Baroque towns of Noto, Modica, and Ragusa

If Catania has charmed you, the Val di Noto will surely enchant you just as much. Dominated by the Hyblean Mountains, the region is best known for echoing the story of 8 cities destroyed in the 1693 earthquake. However, thanks to a united community that rebuilt the historical centers over time, the cities now enjoy a second life with a Baroque style that inspired their renaissance!

8. The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento

We invite you to visit the Valley of the Temples and discover the jewels of Agrigento founded in 581 BC by Greek settlers. Agrigento was one of the most radiant centers of the Mediterranean. This is why the destination was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997.

9. The Scala dei Turchi

From Agrigento, continue your journey to the Scala dei Turchi. After the Valley of the Temples, a spectacle awaits you: a must-see during your offsite in Sicily. The Scala di Turchesi beach is just as breathtaking with its blue waters and limestone cliffs that will immerse you in a lunar world!

10. The Aeolian Islands

These islands are located north of Sicily. They are classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These islands are breathtaking, with their turquoise waters and the Stromboli volcano! It’s an ideal place to swim in a serene, lively, and intense nature all at the same time.  

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