In Sicily, fire meets water and creates a fascinating landscape around Etna, the highest active volcano in Europe. The region abounds in natural splendours born from the meeting of lava and the Mediterranean Sea. 

To enjoy your stay in Sicily, don't hesitate to rent a boat to sail on a turquoise and crystalline sea and to explore wild coasts that are not easily accessible by land. Scattered with hidden coves and beautiful bays not easily accessible by land, the Sicilian coast is also rich in fine sandy beaches, ideal for a well-deserved rest.

Sail in the clear waters of the Mediterranean and enjoy the uninterrupted view of the volcanic coastline. To the north-east, in the Aeolian Islands, Stromboli and Vulcano are other imposing volcanoes that bear witness to the seismic activity of the region. Sicily is indeed exposed to earthquakes. Spend the night near Stromboli, the island where one of the most active volcanoes in the world is located. The fire of the eruptions is enhanced by the darkness which gives this view its enchanting and wilderness.

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In Sicily, fire meets water and creates a fascinating landscape around Etna, the highest active volcano in Europe. The region abounds in natural splendours born from the meeting of lava and the Mediterranean Sea. 

To enjoy your stay in Sicily, don't hesitate to rent a boat to sail on a turquoise and crystalline sea and to explore wild coasts that are not easily accessible by land. Scattered with hidden coves and beautiful bays not easily accessible by land, the Sicilian coast is also rich in fine sandy beaches, ideal for a well-deserved rest.

Sail in the clear waters of the Mediterranean and enjoy the uninterrupted view of the volcanic coastline. To the north-east, in the Aeolian Islands, Stromboli and Vulcano are other imposing volcanoes that bear witness to the seismic activity of the region. Sicily is indeed exposed to earthquakes. Spend the night near Stromboli, the island where one of the most active volcanoes in the world is located. The fire of the eruptions is enhanced by the darkness which gives this view its enchanting and wilderness.

Admire the Sicilian coasts with their varied landscape and don't miss the Scala dei Turchi, a white cliff near Realmonte that has become famous because of the unexpected aspect of the reefs with sloping layers. Other unusual places will charm you, such as the bay of Cala Junco, which has a spectacular natural amphitheatre-shaped swimming pool. This unmissable diving spot is bordered on the sides by extravagant rocks. Swim and dive in the Ulysses Caves, formed in a beautiful lava cliff overlooking the sea. Also visit the fascinating Grotta Azzura with its bright blue waters, and Capo Taormina whose rocky coastline was made famous by the film The Big Blue.

Among the many sports activities you can try your hand at surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. More relaxing, you can go in search of dolphins in the gulf or enjoy the seaside resort of Acitrezza. Discover the rocky coves and the marine flora that thrive in the crystal clear waters. Snorkel around the Isola Bella nature reserve or other unspoilt spots. Nature lovers can visit the Zingaro Nature Reserve, located in the Gulf of Castellammare between San Vito Lo Cap and Scopello.

Renting a boat in Sicily is also a way to relive the island's rich history through its buildings: Greek temples of Agrigento, medieval castle of Acicastello, Norman cathedral of Cefalù, amphitheatre of Taormina, prehistoric village of Capo Milazzese, etc. Boat rental will allow you to combine the relaxing atmosphere of a holiday with cultural outings when you decide to dock.

While sailing, you will discover the Sicilian way of life. The social life is animated by the long and late friendly discussions of the inhabitants. Immerse yourself in this dolce vita with its aperitifs outside, its walks at the market, its strolls along the coast. Taste the culinary specialities of Sicilian gastronomy, hang out in the cafés... The return to everyday life will seem more than difficult after this dive into Italian life!

For the "bon vivants", a gastronomic stroll and a wine tour are a must! Just wander through the old streets to taste excellent dishes at any time of the day on the pavement. Each of the island's beautiful and historic cities offers new flavours to taste. Among the examples of Palermo's local and inexpensive gastronomy, try the Arancini (fried rice balls with filling) and the Sfincione (Sicilian pizzas). Marsala is famous for its Denomination of Origin wine, which is essential in the real tiramisu recipe. 

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