“See Sicily,” the package that provides a free night on the island.

We recently announced that Sicily is one of the safest destinations of the summer thanks to its 24 Covid-free municipalities. But another exciting news comes from this paradise on earth thanks to “See Sicily,” a package of services that provides a free night every 3 nights of stay.

To make it known as the Councillor for Tourism of the Region Manlio Messina, on the eve of the International Tourism Exchange in Milan scheduled from May 9 to 14 in the fully online version. A project that aims to revive the tourism sector after a critical year due to the health emergency.

But not only. In addition to one night every three paid by the Sicilian region, this initiative also includes free guided tours, entrances to museums, archaeological parks, and various sites of interest. Moreover, from October, we will extend the promotional offer even to air travel, enticing tourists to come to Sicily, even after the summer.

Waiting, therefore, you have to start thinking about your vacations (and not only summer) in Sicily for the arrival of summer. Whether you decide to choose as a base Palermo, with its beach of Mondello and the nearby Cefalù, or the area of Trapani and the beautiful beach of San Vito lo Capo.

After all, in these parts, there are 7 sites recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Just think of the archaeological area of Agrigento with its Valley of the Temples and the majesty of the volcano Etna. Moreover, it is also impossible to resist the island’s gastronomic richness, which is the result of the different dominations that followed one another during the last two millennia.

But Sicily is also the homeland of Baroque. This, in fact, developed as a result of a violent earthquake in the Val di Noto in 1693. From Ragusa to Noto, passing by Modica and Scicli, this unique style leaves everyone breathless. Wine lovers, on the other hand, will not be able to resist the fine wines produced on Mount Etna, which undergo, besides the influence of the vicinity of the sea and the singular position of the volcano, a particular gift from the volcanic sands originated by the crumbling of lava flows and eruptive materials such as lapillus, ashes, and sands.

Finally, a trip to Sicily means taking home the generosity and warmth of the people who try to make you feel at home, in any way possible, every visitor who lands there. Leaving, moreover, the desire to return soon.