The Bellini Gardens, for a relaxing promenade and admiring the wonderful view that spreads from the city to the volcano Etna. The fish market "A Piscaria" with its unique scents of fresh fish where the red is the dominant color, stranded between the port of commerce and the wealth of Baroque architecture like the Saint Agatha Dome Cathedral, the patron saint of Catania, and the churches of Crociferi, St Nicholas and the Collegiate church.
The Norman castle Ursino, its walls served as ramparts against the lava flows of Etna in the 17th century, today you can visit its own museum, also the Diocesan Museum, the Opera Theatre, dedicated to Bellini the great opera composer born in Catania, the University square, the Benedictine museum, and the daily market " A Fera 'o Luni" an historical market in the city center, and after visiting the city...
you can go shopping in Via Etnea with its surrounding streets, its shops, its restaurants, pubs and coffee concerts.
Catania offers a choice of sandy beaches to the south and cliffs where you can either relax or do some diving with its rocky shores of lava flows.
The reserve of Cyclops at Acicastello, Acitrezza or Lachea island with their magnificent stacks
A tour of the biggest active volcano in Europe most loved by tourists , for its breathtaking scenery, its typical products and the assistance of its guides very prepared on the history, geology and on the impact of the volcano on the island, ready to take you right up to the crater. Trekking and fun on the snow!