Sicily is a mountainous island with a stunning countryside and a balmy Mediterranean climate, perfect for relaxing in. But beyond this it has an immeasurably rich history and culture. Though part of Italy, it has its own distinct character, shaped by the influences of its myriad conquerors.
The ancient Greeks colonised Sicily almost 3000 years ago, building settlements such as Syracuse and Akragas, the ruins of which can be seen today. It was subsequently invaded and conquered on numerous occasions, first by the Romans, then the Goths, the Byzantine Empire and medieval Arabs, before finally becoming part of Italy in the 19th century.
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Located by a beach on one side and lush vegetation on the other, Kamarina is a charmingly intimate family resort, yet its grounds cover approximately 96 hectares. In its excursions, Kamerina truly excels, featuring visits to numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites, such as the Valley of the Temples and Donnafugata Castle. Guests can also take advantage of day trips to Malta and Syracuse, and take a guided walk on Mount Etna - Europe’s highest active volcano.Luxury Holidays in Kamarina