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Unlike Sardinia, especially known for its hundreds of wonderful beaches and a crystal-clear sea, on top of unrivalled beaches and a fabulous sea, Sicily boasts a high concentration of ancient sites preserving substantial relics dating back to different past ages civilizations.
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean sea, featured by a multi-faceted landscape that suits all kinds of outdoor activities. On top of a number of awesome beaches and a spectacular sea, where sunbathing is pure joy, the island offers plenty of cultural walks and guided tours around its countless ancients sites.
Sicily houses a substantial number of ancient remains belonging to diverse civilizations which settled there in ancient times and in different ages. Starting from the Greeks in the eighth century BC, to Phoenicians later, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, French, Spanish, and Bourbons ousted by Garibaldi in 1860.