Scenic Drives in Sicily

Top Scenic Drives in Sicily, Italy

Scenic Drives in Sicily

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  • AlexSwallow
    Sheffield, UK1,482 contributions
    Our morning trip up this peak overlooking the city was a delight. First, we caught a bus from the centre of the city all the way up the winding road (magnificent views) to Santa Rosalia's shrine.

    After spending some time at the shrine we decided to walk back down instead of taking the bus and we took the path rather than the road which follows a slightly different routes. The final bit with lots of switchbacks is particularly dramatic, but the whole thing is amazing.
    Written 2 September 2020
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  • BigIsleFoodie
    Waimea, HI577 contributions
    Terrasini is a smal, so it takes only a few minutes to drive through the town down to the waterfront. Take the time to appreciate the views.
    Written 14 October 2016
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  • Scott
    San Francisco, CA4,867 contributions
    Amazing place with fantastic geology. I walked from the center of milazzo along the main road. Long walk but very enjoyable. Had I driven I would have found plenty of free parking.
    Written 18 January 2022
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  • AndyWand
    Exeter, UK28 contributions
    A real fishing port not JUST for tourists. A stroll full of interesting architecture and history. Some good eating places.
    Written 28 October 2018
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  • Belpol
    Cwmbran205 contributions
    WeI recommend this area as its lively but also peaceful and with beautiful views of the coast and the port area further along.
    Written 5 July 2017
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  • Reisaapie
    Arnhem, The Netherlands312 contributions
    Finally some fun driving on Sicily. The former race course is well signposted for anyone to follow. There are three different courses, as they were used during the years. Lots of curves, climbs, lovely villages, and generally pretty decent road surface. Also highly recommendable for bike riders (I wish my GS was with me).

    Written 25 August 2016
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  • VCB_10
    Noto, Italy243 contributions
    No denying, it's an experience whether you going over it on the SS115, or under it, say en route via SP54 to Scicli. There's a limit to what you can see when in an average sized car, but even so you sense 'the experience' on this, Sicily's highest bridge. Another approach is to view from a distance, say from near Modica's market along the via Fiumara. There again, you could get an aerial view by watching the opening credits of Montalbano!
    Written 15 January 2019
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  • Ellen L
    2 contributions
    We've had a wonderful 3 hour trip with Petra and her --well taken care of-- horses. In the lovely scenery near the Etna.
    Written 19 October 2019
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