The scent of the fresh lemons and oranges,

originally from the Sicily region, and the harmonized landscape with the Volcano Etna and the sea, are the frame in which the pearl of Catania fits magnificently.

A city where the historical heritage is still strong with the most famous testimonials of baroque architecture in the whole South of Italy, and the characteristic maze of streets offer sides of pure art surrounding yourself with an unexpected charm. The opera composer Vincenzo Bellini was born in Catania, and a museum exists at his birthplace.

Catania: the land of Myth

Catania is not just the second largest city of Sicily but it is a meeting point of ancient history and epic legends that date back to the times of the Myth.

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Christmas in Catania: explore the vibrant scene of Festive Days in Sicily

Sicily is an island of well-preserved traditions, and Christmas time in Catania will be a wonderful opportunity for you to experience the centuries-old popular traditions of this town.

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Four Points by Sheraton Catania Hotel & Conference Center

Wake to dramatic views of Cyclops Coast beaches, and then tour nearby Catania and majestic Mt. Etna before refreshing in our azure pool.

Mount Etna

Mount Etna is an active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily, Italy. It's massive presence ensures that it's a backdrop for many destinations in italy including Catania.

Castello Ursino

This well preserved and very imposing castle remains a landmark of Cantania. Originally built in the 13th century as a royal castle of the Kingdom of Sicily it's now home to a public museum.

Piazza Duomo Catania

At the heart of Catania sits Piazza Duomo Catania. This piazza is features a beautiful mix of lava and limestone. It is surrounded by baroque style buildings and is highlighted by Cattedrale di Sant'Agata.

Even now I miss Italy dearly, I dream about it every night.

– Eila Hiltunen