Sicily has some of the most beautiful settings in the world. View a selection of locations.
Taormina & Castelmola
Taormina, on the eastern coast of the island, has a romantic and intimate atmosphere. Its ancient squares and terraces as well as an excellent selection of restaurants and bars, make it absolutely perfect as a wedding destination. What's more, its crystal clear waters and beaches provide a picturesque backdrop to your wedding celebration. Castelmola situated above Taormina, is a quiet village offering fantastic views of Mount Etna, Giardini Naxos and the coastline below.
With its breathtaking views Ragusa Ibla is one of the most picturesque hill top towns on the island and is famed for its landscape. Dominated by the impressive Cathedral of San Giorgio the city is home to a wide array of Baroque architecture, including several stunning palaces and churches.
Cefalu & Castelbuono
On the northern coast the Sicilian capital Palermo is a busy and vibrant city with a distinct mix of cultural influences evident in its architecture. If you prefer the charm of a smaller town nearby Cefalù has the beauty of sandy beaches and sea views together with a quaint yet enchanting medieval centre. Castelbuono in the Madonie Mountains is 20 minutes from Cefalu and is well known for its castle around which the town has developed since the 14th century.
Siracusa has its centre on the island of Ortigia and has one of the most beautiful squares in Italy home to the majestic Cathedral. With an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and shops it is an increasingly popular tourist location and base from which to explore the south of the island.
The Aeolian Islands, a group of seven small inhabited Italian islands off the northern coast of Sicily, offer something a little different for a wedding celebration. From the dramatic volcanic scenery of Stromboli and Vulcano to the more laid-back chic of Panarea and Salina each island has a unique and individual landscape and atmosphere.
Noto is one of the UNESCO's World Heritage Sites and is famous for its buildings of the early 18th century, many of which are considered to be among the finest examples of Sicilian baroque style. The city is also well known for its annual flower festival in May, the Infiorata.
Enna & Piazza Armerina
Enna and Piazza Armerina are two centrally positioned towns which offer a a range of significant architecture dating from medieval times through to the 18th century. Piazza Armerina itself is famed for its well-preserved Roman mosaics which are on display in the Roman Villa. The province of Enna is also home to the UNESCO-recognized World Geopark boasting 7 nature reserves and 37 lakes.