Sicily as well as being the largest Italian region is also the largest island of Italy; is surrounded by theTyrrhenian Sea, the Ionian Sea and the Mediterranean Sea and is divided from Calabria via the Strait of Messina (about 3.5 km wide). This region has hosted over the centuries various civilizations that have occurred over time as the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs. All civilizations that have left many remains, arrived to date, evidence of their passage. Sicily can be called a land where land, sea and fire intertwine in fact besides the beautiful coastline with its clear water and its magnificent colors we can see the enchanting view of the volcanoes, the Etna, which is the largest active volcano in Europe and Stromboli, which is also active. The island is surrounded by numerous islands and archipelagos: the Aeolian Islands, the Egadi Islands, the Pelagie Islands, Pantelleria and Ustica. The interior landscapes alternate the presence of mountains as the Nebrodi and the Madonie mountains and hills and vast flat areas. Sicily offers a multitude of places to visit, ranging between nature, history and tradition as the archaeological sites of Agrigento and Siracusa with the temples and the remains of Ancient Greece;Taormina with its Roman theater; Val di Noto with its baroque architecture; Palermo, Catania, Acirealeand Marsala.