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Vote your dreaming vacation rental

Date created: Mon, 21 May, 2018

With the arrival of summer, the desire for sun, open spaces and water grows.
Isula Sicilia's villas are wonderful oases of peace, a stone’s throw from the sea and the most prestigious baroque cities of the Val di Noto, where you can relax in complete tranquility by the pool or decide to dive into the wonderful blue sea of ​​Ragusa area....

6 reasons to book a private Villa for your next vacation in Sicily

Date created: Fri, 13 Apr, 2018

For this research IsulaSicilia has analysed the differences in quality and cost for a weekly holiday in Sicily, alternately staying in a villa with swimming pool or in a hotel with swimming pool.

The differences in quality are presented on the infographic. Below you may find the detail of the cost analysis.

 

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The perfect location for your family reunion in Sicily

Date created: Fri, 30 Mar, 2018

We have all heard about Sicily, the dazzling isle of Italy. The largest Mediterranean island is renowned for its rich heritage, historical monuments, magnificent temples, volcanic mounts, and breathtakingly beautiful scenery. It is a destination which you must visit once in your lifetime.

When you finally make it to...

Discover authentic Sicily through Easter celebrations

Date created: Fri, 23 Feb, 2018

Easter is a special moment in Sicily. Arguably the festivities are more significant than Christmas for the locals and the number of events are a testament to that. Easter is also a really good time to visit Sicily. You get that magical combination of Sicily in Spring, a wealth of festivities that reveal a Sicily often not seen and delicacies...

Best local food you can try during your Easter family holiday in Sicily

Date created: Wed, 14 Feb, 2018

Easter is an amazing time to visit Sicily, especially if you are a foodie. As with all holidays food is a central part of it. If you are lucky enough to be on the island during this period (and luckier still to be staying at our of our fantastic villas) here are some tips to help you get the most out of seasonal delicacies.

 Pastieri...

South-East beaches, a paradise for your family holidays in Sicily

Date created: Mon, 05 Feb, 2018
Beaches in South-East Sicily are one of the best kept secrets of the Mediterranean - ideal for family holidays.

South-East Sicily is well known for its UNESCO-protected baroque towns, the famous Montalbano TV series and its amazing food. South-East Sicily, however, is also a place with pristine beaches of golden sand and crystal clear waters....

An unforgettable vacation in Sicily with your family

Date created: Mon, 15 Jan, 2018

If you are planing your upcoming holiday in Sicily with your children, here you can find our top recommendation of family villas in Sicily where you can cherish every single moment with your little ones and feel just like home!
In proximity to our villas for families, your kids can live a truly memorable and unforgettable experience by...

Sicily as destination for a great family holiday

Date created: Mon, 18 Dec, 2017
Sicily is a great family destination and we can help you find the best family holiday villas in Sicily!

Sicily is a great family holiday destination. Walking through it’s beautiful historical city centres you get an amazing taste of people, history and art while sandy beaches, breathtaking volcanoes and amazing nature will provide beautiful and...

What to see in Sicily: Top 20 places not to miss!

Date created: Mon, 07 Nov, 2016

What to see in Sicily?

Here's the ranking of the TOP 20 places to visit, recommended by over 400,000 fans of Holidays in Sicily, to help you choose where to go and what to see. Find out what you shouldn't miss and than start to search your Holiday Villa in Sicily! :-)

We asked the fans of our Facebook page to tell us the places they...

City of Palermo

Date created: Fri, 04 Nov, 2016

Palermo - Palermo is located on the northwestern coast of the island, with about 655,875 inhabitants, it is the capital of the region and includes 82 municipalities. The town overlooks the bay of the Mediterranean Sea, between Monte Pellegrino and Capo Zafferano. The Palermo territory covers approximately 5000 km. It includes various kinds of...