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Staying in one of holiday villas in Sicily is all it takes to enjoy Sicily Holidays. Being the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily is the ideal place to relax and unwind away from the tourist packed mainland. Volcanoes such as Mt.Etna and other world heritage sites such as Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto, Villa Romana del Casale, Agrigento and Aeolian Islands are places worth visiting.

While the Greeks leave an artistic legacy, the Romans on the other hand, leave behind some great wonders as well. And it is in the field of architecture. The Roman villas in Sicily, which can be found outside Piazza Armerina, Casale, Palermo, Tellaro near Noto, Patti and Durrueli are only some examples of the luxury villas in sicily that will certainly leave any tourist in awe.

When to go

Enjoying Sicily Holidays is best done between the months of April to early June and late September to October. The temperatures on these months are not that harsh as compared during summer season. But, be wary if you are visiting between the months of April to June, because this is also the time when a lot of field trips where children from different school visit important and popular sites.

Things to Do
While staying in a Sicily villa is enjoyable as it seems, there are various things you can do that will make your holiday in Sicily worthwhile.
Consider as one of the most popular sights in Sicily, you should add to your travel itinerary the Greek temples in Agrigento that can be found in the western coast. You will be travel back in time as you marvel and explore the temple's enormous statues, columns and altars. If you are tired and want to take a dip, does thermal bath sounds relaxing? On the northern part of Sicily lies the island of Vulcano in which you can bathe in its hot springs which are considered good for skin and bones. But if you do have some place to be after, skip it for now. You don't want to smell like sulphur for the rest of the trip right?! Art lover, you will definitely love the mosaics in Monreale. These mosaics which depicts the life of Jesus Christ is certainly a sight to behold. If you are hungry due to the trip, you can try out Sicily's Pasta alla Norma. A popular dish in Catania, it is a made up of aubergines smoked ricotta cheese and tomatoes that will surely make you utter, delicious!

After a long day, it is a great way to relax and stay in one of many Sicily holiday villas and experience the Italian way of life while resting comfortably in one of the architectural wonders of the old world.