Two weeks of bliss in Sicily, Italy
Suggested itinerary for 12-14 incredible days in the Southern Italian region of Sicily. I always thought Sicily was quite small for some reason, I think I may have been thinking of Capri… turns out Sicily is the largest region in Italy! It would be an absolute dream to drive through by car, but for me, it was all buses... and a LOT of them. Despite getting from one end to the other in 7+ hours and 3 buses, it was always a very scenic drive. You got to see all sorts of beautiful landscapes along the way, including vineyards, lakes, beaches, and mountains. If you have 12 nights to spend in Sicily like I did, this is my recommended itinerary for you based on how much I liked each place.  I have attached accomodation options (my favourite hostels) with links to book, as well as mapped locations of restaurants, cafes and activity locations.
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To start my journey in Sicily, I arrived from Reggio di Calabria by ferry, into Messina. I departed Messina straight away and got two buses into a town called Giardini Naxos (close to Taormina).

Taormina/Giardini Naxos

Suggested length of stay is 3 nights.

I had three nights and I stayed in Giardini; a hostel called Gianni House Backpackers Hostel. It was a 15min bus ride into Taormina, otherwise a 2km walk along the beach followed by a very hilly 4km walk up to the city.

Gianni House
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Social and community like feel to this hostel. It was affordable and close to the beach and bus stop
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Must do’s in the area:

Teatro Antico di Taormina
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Located in the Taormina Old Town is this ancient theatre. For a small price you can wander around the whole thing for views of the beach and town below, there is also a cafe up there as well. Look out for shows that they may have on at the time!
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Bam Bar
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The famous Bam Bar: order the granita con panna and brioche with gelato (Nocciola and pistacchio are my favourite flavours). This was a recommendation by a local, so you can't go wrong!
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Isola Bella
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Isola Bella (translates to beautiful island) viewpoint and walk down to spiaggia (beach): the best views (in my opinion), plus a swim at the bottom. This would be a great place for snorkelling if you have a mask.
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Pirata Beach
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Just a short walk from the Gianni House Hostel in the beach at Giardini Naxos. A great place to have a relaxing beach day, whether that be swimming or lying with a cocktail under a sunbed/umbrella.
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Mount Etna Tours
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Another option for a day trip from Taormina/Giardini Naxos is doing the Mt Etna tour. I did not do this as I did not have enough time (or the budget). Otherwise you could do this from Catania or Siracusa as well.
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Either of these towns (Taormina or Giardini Naxos) would be a great place to stay. If you want to be closer to beaches and climb up/down less stairs, I would suggest Giardini/Naxos, however if you want more of the old town and views down below, I would suggest Taormina.

I always like finding the best lookouts for each city and some come up on google maps as viewpoints, but I can guarantee you that the best ones were walking down to Isola Bella or from within the grounds of the ancient theatre. Or if you feel like hiking up 3km to Castelmola, that is supposed to be beautiful too - limited transport to/from however. 

San Vito Lo Capo

Suggested length of stay is 2 nights

If you’re backpacking like me, there is one hostel here and it is one of the nicest ones I’ve stayed in, in Italy, even up there with all over Europe – it’s called Timbuktu Hostel (link found at the bottom of this guide). 

Timbuktu Ostello - Hostel
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A large communal kitchen, breakfast included and the nicest, most modern dorm rooms and bathrooms I have ever seen in a hostel before! 10/10
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Must do's in the area:

Spiaggia San Vito lo Capo
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Gorgeous blue water with a view of the cliffside, say no more!
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Salumeria Enoteca Peraino
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I had the most delicious panini here in San Vito. It was at a salumeria (butcher/deli) where they make fresh sandwiches and slice the meat and cheese right in front of you. It is called Salumeria Enoteca Peraino, and I ordered a panini with mortadella and cheese – they gave me fresh mortadella with ricotta.
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Riserva dello Zingaro
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Riserva dello Zingaro (very large conservation park): my hostel suggested getting an electric bike to ride around it. Unfortunately I didn't have enough time to visit, but it looks absolutely incredible!
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Scopello
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Scopello and Faraglioni snorkel: Scopello is about 50min drive from San Vito
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Trapani

Suggested length of stay is 3 nights

I don't remember being overwhelmed by the accomodation choices in Trapani, however I did find one in a good location, near bus stops, the ferry port and plenty of food but it just wasn't the cleanest hostel. So I won't bother linking it for you. I was barely ever at the accomodation anyway because there is so much to do around this area that will take up your whole day!

Erice
@isabelletucker
Erice: inland town with cable car and medieval buildings. I got the bus up to this beautiful town which was quite a windy ride, but the views were incredible! On the way back down you can get the cable car and then bus through the city (not windy).
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Belvedere Sunset
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I spent the afternoon here lying in the sun with a book after the morning/lunch spent in Erice.
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Saline di Trapani e Paceco
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Nature reserve on a salt production site. I didn't visit this but my hostel receptionist recommended it to me.
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San Vito Lo Capo
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You could also do a day trip here from Trapani, especially if you owned/rented a car!
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Favignana
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Boat tour to nearby islands off Sicily: Favignana and Levanzo. Or do a return ferry to Favignana: hire a bike or walk once over there. Amazing for snorkelling and just admiring the crystal clear turquoise waters.
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Boat tour advice: Blu Lines and Torre Lines. These boats are too big (I went on the Blu Lines one for 53 EUR) and hard to get the best seat for views and photo ops. Because it’s a larger boat the swim spots aren’t the best either, we had to park away from other boats and get less freedom. Drove past the clearer blue waters and had to stop in a less picturesque spot

Perks: you get food included and tables, seats and shade

I suggest to book in advance and it is definitely worth considering the 70+€ options for an unforgettable day on the water - sometimes it’s worth the splurge.

Siracusa

Suggested itinerary is 3-4 nights  

I stayed in the hostel called Lol Hostel Siracusa – it was 150m walk to the train station. This was a good location if youre arriving with lots of luggage and also doing day trips to Noto, Modica and/or Ragusa, given the train station is so close. It is about 10-15min walk to Ortigia, which is the main city (technically a little island), where the beaches are, marina and old town.

LoL Hostel Siracusa
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Spacious kitchen and great bar and common area spaces to socialise with others!
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If you are planning on just staying in Siracusa and don’t need to be near the train station, I would suggest staying in or close to Isola di Ortigia. It is a beautiful city, with fresh food markets, boat tours, small beaches (some with sand, some with rocks) and typical Italian old town buildings… not to mention, delicious food also. 

Top things to do while in Siracusa (Syracuse):

Syracuse Food market
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Visit Isola di Ortigia and buy fresh produce from their fruit, veg and fish markets.
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Ortigia Island Boat Tour
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Boat tour around Siracusa/Ortigia and the grottos – I booked through Get Your Guide: 30 euro for 2hr, including swim stop, fresh fruit, juice, water and Prosecco.
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Spiaggia della Marina
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Beaches/rock pools just outside the city: my favourites were Spiagetta della Marina in Ortigia and 'Restaurant Ortigia Neptune' - the restaurant isn't there anymore, but this is how you'll find the location on maps.
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Solarium Nettuno Ortigia was where a restaurant once was but it is now an upscale swimming spot which I absolutely loved! I c couldn't add it to the map, as the site is permanently closed as a restaurant but if you type it in your Google maps, you will find it still!

Modica
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Day trip to Modica: known for its chocolate making – can do a tour of the chocolate museum/factory.
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Noto
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I chose Noto (instead of Modica) because it only took 35min, rather than 90mins. It is also a beautiful old town and has the Modica made chocolate shop (Sabadi) and an award-winning café called Caffe Sicilia, which has gelato ranked in the top 20 in the world.
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Caffè Sicilia
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World famous cafe, a must visit!
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Caseificio Borderi
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Caseificio borderi: is located in Siracusa (specifically in Isola di Ortigia) they are a famous panini shop - also do cheese & meat boards and cocktails
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Catania

2 days, if that...

Catania was my last stop on my Sicily trip. I only chose to go here as I had an early morning flight out of Catania and the airport is 4km from the Catania hostel I stayed in. Besides Palermo, it is the largest city in Sicily, located at the base of Mt Etna. I only had one full day here and walked through the centre, through the large fresh produce markets and saw some nice old buildings.

If I was not flying out of Catania, I would've skipped it and stayed longer in San Vito Lo Capo or stayed in Palermo before going to Siracusa. However, if you do find yourself here, see the below activities for this city!

Orto Botanico dell'Università di Catania
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Greek - Roman theatre
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An ancient Gladiatorial arena AKA Teatro Greco di Catania, how cool is that!
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Benedictine Monastery of San Nicolò l'Arena
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Basilica Cattedrale di Sant'Agata
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I saw this beautiful building from the outside but did not go inside the Duomo.
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Mount Etna
@isabelletucker
As mentioned, you could do a day trip to Mt Etna from Catania, Taormina or Siracusa.
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Food/drinks you need to try in Sicily

- Arancini (ragu was my favourite one)

- Ricotta cannoli: apparently need to ask for grande size as they tend to make these fresher than the little ones

- Granita al limone: like a lemon slushie, very refreshing

- Granita con panna (with cream): order with a plain brioche and dip into it... That's what the locals do!

- Pistacchio flavoured things as they have the best in the world, i.e. pistacchio gelato

- Brioche con gelato (gelato inside the brioche bun)

- Wine: If you like wine I suggest you try frappato and nero d’avola if you like red. 

Final things to consider...

I had 12 days in the region, which honestly felt rushed as it is the largest region in the country. The only downside to Sicily for me was the public transport. I took mainly buses from city to city, besides Syracuse to Noto (took a short train).

The buses were cheaper and more frequent and took you places some trains wouldn’t go (i.e., San Vito lo Capo). In saying this, the buses often had to pass through the main cities like Palermo or Catania, even if that meant travelling backwards to change over to another bus. This meant sometimes you were spending a full day travelling, when in a car it may take less than 4 hours.

So, if you can hire a car here THEN DO IT! You would be able to see so many more things off the beaten track and save so much time. 

If you have access to a car and have more time in Sicily...

I would suggest heading to the south west coast of Sicily, to Agrigento, between Marsala and Gela. I mean, LOOK at the hidden gems!

Stair of the Turks
@isabelletucker
It's giving Milos, Greece vibes, but in Italy! The steps down are located between Realmonte and Porto Empedocle and is a short drive from the town of Agrigento.
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Heraclea Minoa
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This was an Ancient Greek town, which still has a Greek theatre that you can visit!
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Valley of the Temples
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Another Greek inspired activity to do in Agrigento, is to visit this archaeological site.
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Thank you for reading!

I hope you enjoyed this guide to two weeks in Sicily. Have an incredible time if you're planning on going, otherwise I hope I inspired you to plan a trip to go. If this guide helped you in any way I would greatly appreciate a tip if you would be so kind, as it took me a long time to curate this guide.

If you need any further details, please don't hesitate to reach out on my socials. I have a travel podcast available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts as well.

Instagram: @isstucks (personal and travel) and @twentysomethings.pod (travel podcast page)

Tiktok: @issytucker

Happy backpacking :) x

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Two weeks of bliss in Sicily, Italy
Suggested itinerary for 12-14 incredible days in the Southern Italian region of Sicily. I always thought Sicily was quite small for some reason, I think I may have been thinking of Capri… turns out Sicily is the largest region in Italy! It would be an absolute dream to drive through by car, but for me, it was all buses... and a LOT of them. Despite getting from one end to the other in 7+ hours and 3 buses, it was always a very scenic drive. You got to see all sorts of beautiful landscapes along the way, including vineyards, lakes, beaches, and mountains. If you have 12 nights to spend in Sicily like I did, this is my recommended itinerary for you based on how much I liked each place.  I have attached accomodation options (my favourite hostels) with links to book, as well as mapped locations of restaurants, cafes and activity locations.
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To start my journey in Sicily, I arrived from Reggio di Calabria by ferry, into Messina. I departed Messina straight away and got two buses into a town called Giardini Naxos (close to Taormina).

Taormina/Giardini Naxos

Suggested length of stay is 3 nights.

I had three nights and I stayed in Giardini; a hostel called Gianni House Backpackers Hostel. It was a 15min bus ride into Taormina, otherwise a 2km walk along the beach followed by a very hilly 4km walk up to the city.

Gianni House
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Social and community like feel to this hostel. It was affordable and close to the beach and bus stop
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Must do’s in the area:

Teatro Antico di Taormina
@isabelletucker
Located in the Taormina Old Town is this ancient theatre. For a small price you can wander around the whole thing for views of the beach and town below, there is also a cafe up there as well. Look out for shows that they may have on at the time!
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Bam Bar
@isabelletucker
The famous Bam Bar: order the granita con panna and brioche with gelato (Nocciola and pistacchio are my favourite flavours). This was a recommendation by a local, so you can't go wrong!
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Isola Bella
@isabelletucker
Isola Bella (translates to beautiful island) viewpoint and walk down to spiaggia (beach): the best views (in my opinion), plus a swim at the bottom. This would be a great place for snorkelling if you have a mask.
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Pirata Beach
@isabelletucker
Just a short walk from the Gianni House Hostel in the beach at Giardini Naxos. A great place to have a relaxing beach day, whether that be swimming or lying with a cocktail under a sunbed/umbrella.
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Mount Etna Tours
@isabelletucker
Another option for a day trip from Taormina/Giardini Naxos is doing the Mt Etna tour. I did not do this as I did not have enough time (or the budget). Otherwise you could do this from Catania or Siracusa as well.
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Either of these towns (Taormina or Giardini Naxos) would be a great place to stay. If you want to be closer to beaches and climb up/down less stairs, I would suggest Giardini/Naxos, however if you want more of the old town and views down below, I would suggest Taormina.

I always like finding the best lookouts for each city and some come up on google maps as viewpoints, but I can guarantee you that the best ones were walking down to Isola Bella or from within the grounds of the ancient theatre. Or if you feel like hiking up 3km to Castelmola, that is supposed to be beautiful too - limited transport to/from however. 

San Vito Lo Capo

Suggested length of stay is 2 nights

If you’re backpacking like me, there is one hostel here and it is one of the nicest ones I’ve stayed in, in Italy, even up there with all over Europe – it’s called Timbuktu Hostel (link found at the bottom of this guide). 

Timbuktu Ostello - Hostel
@isabelletucker
A large communal kitchen, breakfast included and the nicest, most modern dorm rooms and bathrooms I have ever seen in a hostel before! 10/10
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Must do's in the area:

Spiaggia San Vito lo Capo
@isabelletucker
Gorgeous blue water with a view of the cliffside, say no more!
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Salumeria Enoteca Peraino
@isabelletucker
I had the most delicious panini here in San Vito. It was at a salumeria (butcher/deli) where they make fresh sandwiches and slice the meat and cheese right in front of you. It is called Salumeria Enoteca Peraino, and I ordered a panini with mortadella and cheese – they gave me fresh mortadella with ricotta.
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Riserva dello Zingaro
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Riserva dello Zingaro (very large conservation park): my hostel suggested getting an electric bike to ride around it. Unfortunately I didn't have enough time to visit, but it looks absolutely incredible!
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Scopello
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Scopello and Faraglioni snorkel: Scopello is about 50min drive from San Vito
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Trapani

Suggested length of stay is 3 nights

I don't remember being overwhelmed by the accomodation choices in Trapani, however I did find one in a good location, near bus stops, the ferry port and plenty of food but it just wasn't the cleanest hostel. So I won't bother linking it for you. I was barely ever at the accomodation anyway because there is so much to do around this area that will take up your whole day!

Erice
@isabelletucker
Erice: inland town with cable car and medieval buildings. I got the bus up to this beautiful town which was quite a windy ride, but the views were incredible! On the way back down you can get the cable car and then bus through the city (not windy).
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Belvedere Sunset
@isabelletucker
I spent the afternoon here lying in the sun with a book after the morning/lunch spent in Erice.
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Saline di Trapani e Paceco
@isabelletucker
Nature reserve on a salt production site. I didn't visit this but my hostel receptionist recommended it to me.
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San Vito Lo Capo
@isabelletucker
You could also do a day trip here from Trapani, especially if you owned/rented a car!
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Favignana
@isabelletucker
Boat tour to nearby islands off Sicily: Favignana and Levanzo. Or do a return ferry to Favignana: hire a bike or walk once over there. Amazing for snorkelling and just admiring the crystal clear turquoise waters.
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Boat tour advice: Blu Lines and Torre Lines. These boats are too big (I went on the Blu Lines one for 53 EUR) and hard to get the best seat for views and photo ops. Because it’s a larger boat the swim spots aren’t the best either, we had to park away from other boats and get less freedom. Drove past the clearer blue waters and had to stop in a less picturesque spot

Perks: you get food included and tables, seats and shade

I suggest to book in advance and it is definitely worth considering the 70+€ options for an unforgettable day on the water - sometimes it’s worth the splurge.

Siracusa

Suggested itinerary is 3-4 nights  

I stayed in the hostel called Lol Hostel Siracusa – it was 150m walk to the train station. This was a good location if youre arriving with lots of luggage and also doing day trips to Noto, Modica and/or Ragusa, given the train station is so close. It is about 10-15min walk to Ortigia, which is the main city (technically a little island), where the beaches are, marina and old town.

LoL Hostel Siracusa
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Spacious kitchen and great bar and common area spaces to socialise with others!
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If you are planning on just staying in Siracusa and don’t need to be near the train station, I would suggest staying in or close to Isola di Ortigia. It is a beautiful city, with fresh food markets, boat tours, small beaches (some with sand, some with rocks) and typical Italian old town buildings… not to mention, delicious food also. 

Top things to do while in Siracusa (Syracuse):

Syracuse Food market
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Visit Isola di Ortigia and buy fresh produce from their fruit, veg and fish markets.
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Ortigia Island Boat Tour
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Boat tour around Siracusa/Ortigia and the grottos – I booked through Get Your Guide: 30 euro for 2hr, including swim stop, fresh fruit, juice, water and Prosecco.
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Spiaggia della Marina
@isabelletucker
Beaches/rock pools just outside the city: my favourites were Spiagetta della Marina in Ortigia and 'Restaurant Ortigia Neptune' - the restaurant isn't there anymore, but this is how you'll find the location on maps.
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Solarium Nettuno Ortigia was where a restaurant once was but it is now an upscale swimming spot which I absolutely loved! I c couldn't add it to the map, as the site is permanently closed as a restaurant but if you type it in your Google maps, you will find it still!

Modica
@isabelletucker
Day trip to Modica: known for its chocolate making – can do a tour of the chocolate museum/factory.
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Noto
@isabelletucker
I chose Noto (instead of Modica) because it only took 35min, rather than 90mins. It is also a beautiful old town and has the Modica made chocolate shop (Sabadi) and an award-winning café called Caffe Sicilia, which has gelato ranked in the top 20 in the world.
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Caffè Sicilia
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World famous cafe, a must visit!
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Caseificio Borderi
@isabelletucker
Caseificio borderi: is located in Siracusa (specifically in Isola di Ortigia) they are a famous panini shop - also do cheese & meat boards and cocktails
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Catania

2 days, if that...

Catania was my last stop on my Sicily trip. I only chose to go here as I had an early morning flight out of Catania and the airport is 4km from the Catania hostel I stayed in. Besides Palermo, it is the largest city in Sicily, located at the base of Mt Etna. I only had one full day here and walked through the centre, through the large fresh produce markets and saw some nice old buildings.

If I was not flying out of Catania, I would've skipped it and stayed longer in San Vito Lo Capo or stayed in Palermo before going to Siracusa. However, if you do find yourself here, see the below activities for this city!

Orto Botanico dell'Università di Catania
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Greek - Roman theatre
@isabelletucker
An ancient Gladiatorial arena AKA Teatro Greco di Catania, how cool is that!
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Benedictine Monastery of San Nicolò l'Arena
@isabelletucker
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Basilica Cattedrale di Sant'Agata
@isabelletucker
I saw this beautiful building from the outside but did not go inside the Duomo.
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Mount Etna
@isabelletucker
As mentioned, you could do a day trip to Mt Etna from Catania, Taormina or Siracusa.
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Food/drinks you need to try in Sicily

- Arancini (ragu was my favourite one)

- Ricotta cannoli: apparently need to ask for grande size as they tend to make these fresher than the little ones

- Granita al limone: like a lemon slushie, very refreshing

- Granita con panna (with cream): order with a plain brioche and dip into it... That's what the locals do!

- Pistacchio flavoured things as they have the best in the world, i.e. pistacchio gelato

- Brioche con gelato (gelato inside the brioche bun)

- Wine: If you like wine I suggest you try frappato and nero d’avola if you like red. 

Final things to consider...

I had 12 days in the region, which honestly felt rushed as it is the largest region in the country. The only downside to Sicily for me was the public transport. I took mainly buses from city to city, besides Syracuse to Noto (took a short train).

The buses were cheaper and more frequent and took you places some trains wouldn’t go (i.e., San Vito lo Capo). In saying this, the buses often had to pass through the main cities like Palermo or Catania, even if that meant travelling backwards to change over to another bus. This meant sometimes you were spending a full day travelling, when in a car it may take less than 4 hours.

So, if you can hire a car here THEN DO IT! You would be able to see so many more things off the beaten track and save so much time. 

If you have access to a car and have more time in Sicily...

I would suggest heading to the south west coast of Sicily, to Agrigento, between Marsala and Gela. I mean, LOOK at the hidden gems!

Stair of the Turks
@isabelletucker
It's giving Milos, Greece vibes, but in Italy! The steps down are located between Realmonte and Porto Empedocle and is a short drive from the town of Agrigento.
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Heraclea Minoa
@isabelletucker
This was an Ancient Greek town, which still has a Greek theatre that you can visit!
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Valley of the Temples
@isabelletucker
Another Greek inspired activity to do in Agrigento, is to visit this archaeological site.
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Thank you for reading!

I hope you enjoyed this guide to two weeks in Sicily. Have an incredible time if you're planning on going, otherwise I hope I inspired you to plan a trip to go. If this guide helped you in any way I would greatly appreciate a tip if you would be so kind, as it took me a long time to curate this guide.

If you need any further details, please don't hesitate to reach out on my socials. I have a travel podcast available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts as well.

Instagram: @isstucks (personal and travel) and @twentysomethings.pod (travel podcast page)

Tiktok: @issytucker

Happy backpacking :) x

Issy

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CURATED BY
Hey everyone! My name is Issy, I'm 25 years old and from Adelaide, South Australia. Over the last 6 or so years I have fell in love with travel, especially backpacking style and I want to share my tips and tricks with you. I have visited Europe 3 times, including a 7 month solo trip in 2022, 5 weeks in South East Asia in 2023 and 5 months in the US in 2019. My guides will be geared towards solo female travellers and budget backpackers, including free activities, great food/drink recommendations and some of my favourite hostels around the world!
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