Your meeting in an open air museum.
Sicily has a rich and unique culture. Its arts, music, literature, cuisine, architecture and language are influenced by centuries of Mediterranean history. Of particular note in Sicily are the archaeological and ancient sites such as the Necropolis of Pantalica and the Valley of the Temples.
Cities founded by the Greeks, such as Agrigento, Selinunte, Segesta and Syracuse, were among the most beautiful of the Hellenic world and still hold an irresistible pull on visitors.
• Over 310 successful meetings and conventions were held in Sicily in 2011 alone
• New resorts include 4- and 5-star deluxe hotels that combine modern luxury and high quality services with authentic Sicilian motifs
• Sicily is one of the preferred destinations for Mediterranean cruise ships
• Choose from 5 UNESCO World Heritage sites. The Sicilian Baroque has a unique architectural identity: Noto, Caltagirone, Catania, Ragusa, Modica, Scicli and Acireale contain some of Italy’s best examples of Baroque architecture
• The largest opera house in Italy and the third largest in all of Europe: Teatro Massimo in Palermo
• Sicily’s sunny, dry climate, scenery, cuisine, history and architecture attract many tourists from mainland Italy and abroad.
Two main airports located in Catania and Palermo with some international flights available.
About 1,200 hotels in Sicily, including 162 that are rated 4- and 5-star deluxe.
More than 70 conference hotels.
The largest plenary room has a capacity of 1,200 seats