Yacht Charter Sicily
Sicily is one of the regions of Southern Italy, and in addition to be the southernmost region of Italy is also the largest island of our country. Sicily is washed by the Tyrrhenian Sea to the north, the Ionian Sea to the east, the Sicily Sea in the south. Its provinces are Palermo (regional capital), Agrigento, Caltanissetta, Catania, Enna, Messina, Ragusa, Siracusa and Trapani. The highest point in Sicily is Mount Etna, an active volcano which is located in the northeast of the island. Some islands and archipelagos such as the Aeolian, the Egadi the Pelagie, Pantelleria and Ustica are part of the Sicilian territory. Visiting Sicily means relive and admire the glories of a past that has left in the territory unequivocal signs. In this region, as perhaps in no other, art, history and culture blend seamlessly with the landscape and give rise to a universe that is worth discovering. The Sicily Sea is one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean and the natural parks of the region are no different.
Discover the Aeolian Islands
The Aeolian Islands offer to the tourists, to the scholars and to the sea lovers, their natural beauty. A sea full of fish and still clean, high cliffs and caves, cliffs and beaches of fine and black sand, solfataras and mountains of white pumice and all the charm of the islanders. The climate is temperate in winter and the thermometer never goes below ten degrees.
Meteo in Sicily
July is the hottest month in Sicily with an average temperature of 22°C (71°F) and the coldest month is January a 8°C (46°F). The month with the warmest sea is August when the average sea temperature is 27°C (47°F).