Sicily is made up of over 1,000 km of beaches, with an always surprising beauty; the more you move from one beach to another, the more you are surprised at how much the charm of the Sicilian coasts can go beyond all expectations.The Ionian coast is one of the densest of reserves and wildlife oases, a coast that starts from Capo Peloro, crossing the entire coast of Messina and the beaches of Alì Terme, Letojanni, to reach the climax in one of the cities most sought after by international tourism : Taormina and its Isola Bella. From here, to reach the province of Catania you pass by the Alcantara Gorges in the homonymous River Park, with a breathtaking spectacle of canyons, rivers and waterfalls with icy water but infinite charm. From one reserve to another, you reach the Timpa of Acireale, a lava cliff formed over the centuries by the flow of Etna debris. From the reserve to the myth, the Riviera dei Ciclopi, with the stacks of Acitrezza that bring to mind the myth of Ulysses and the cyclops Polyphemus. We change the province, we remain in the myth, with Syracuse and its Ortigia, the beaches of Fontane Bianche and still a reserve, that of Cava Grande del Cassibile, an exciting succession of ponds, streams, waterfalls and dense Mediterranean vegetation. After passing Noto Marina and the Oasis of Vendicari, you end at the most south point of Italysouthern point of Italy, Porto Palo di Capo Passero, which offers almost biblical experiences, when you moor near Capo Passero, the southernmost location in Italy , even further south of Tunisia.
And then the island of Malta for another day of contrasts of light, culture and biomarin diversity.