The list of my favorite wedding venues in Sicily to host a dream celebration in the most breathtaking Italian island. You can set your fairytale wedding day in a beautiful palace of Palermo, at the sight of an ancient greek temple of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, on a white beach overlooking at the beautiful IsolaBella or on a farmhouse with a unique view of the Etna in the background.
Sailing Boat Experience
An exclusive excursion on a sailboat along the sun-kissed coasts of Sicily or around one of the offshore islands is a great way to get a different perspective on some of the island's most magical places and also offers many opportunities to do snorkeling and refreshing dives.
Modica Chocolate Experience
The chocolate of Modica is still produced with an ancient Aztec recipe, brought to Sicily by the Spanish in the 16th century. Enjoy a whole day of scents, colors and flavors of ancient Sicily. You will taste the best kinds of chocolate in the world, made by those who really know how.
Organize a fun and relaxed beach party with a breathtaking view that will excite everyone for the upcoming wedding celebrations.
Perhaps of Arab origin, the Sicilian cannolo is one of the most famous Italian sweets in the world. Experience Sicily's cuisine like a local, learning how to prepare Cannoli - one of the sweet symbols of Sicily.
Enjoy a great yacht experience discovering Taormina's secret coves or have a romantic dinner at anchor with a view on Etna mount. The best way to take delight of Sicilian beauties.
The Godfather Tour
A guided tour to visit two unspoiled and typical Sicilian villages chosen by the director Francis Ford Coppola as locations to play his famous trilogy driving a vintage Fiat 500.
There are excellent opportunities for diving throughout Sicily and in particular off its smaller islands. The first place goes to Ustica, the Egadi Islands and the Aeolian Islands. The Sicilian marine reserves are protected areas and offer some splendid dives.
Etna Sunset Excursion
The highest mountain in the Mediterranean and the most active volcano in the world was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. The continuous erupting volcano dominates the plain of Catania and offers a unique spectacle, especially at sunset.