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Luxuriate in our hotels in Sicily

Luxuriate in our hotels in Sicily and get to knowCampofelice di Roccella, one of the most bewitching places in Italy and part of the province of Palermo. this small town has a population of 6,554 people and lies between Cefalu and Termini Imerese. Sicily is he largest island in the south of Italy, bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean, Ionian and Tyrrhenian Seas. There is a wide range of hotels in Sicily where you can spend a relaxing holiday in comfort.

The island is volcanic in origin and bears the imprint of several civilisations - Roman, Greek, Byzantine and Norman. Known as a the paradise of beach holidays, Sicily is a destination filled with tourist attractions seen in the great wealth of culture, history and art on display. It is a place to explore, find out more about and experience through its customs, routes taking in castles and cathedrals near to the hotels in Sicily. A mix of stunning scenery, the smell of the sea and strong flavours of the cuisine will make you go to the real Sicily, featuring active volcanoes on the islands of Vulcano and Stromboli.

During your stay in the hotels in Sicily you can explore emblematic places in the cities and villages. Visit the capital, Palermo; the Sanctuary of the Annunciation and the Pepoli Museum in Trapani; the walled town of Erice with its stunning views and narrow streets; the Valley of Temples in Agrigento; the amphitheatre in Syracuse; the Greek theatre at Taormina; Mount Etna in Catania; Monreale and the famous village of Corleone, where scenes from The Godfather were filmed.

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If you stay in our hotels in Sicily - Campofelice di Roccella you should know: :


Citizens of the European Union can travel to Italy with a current identity card or passport. Nationals from countries outside the European Union should enquire about visa requirements at the Italian embassy in their country of residence well in advance if they require a visa, stating which type. how long they are staying for and where they are going. If staying in the
hotels in Sicily, they will be registered at police headquarters on arrival. 

Travel insurance

No compulsory vaccinations are required to travel to Spain, according to the Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs.

EU citizens have the same right to health care as insured Spanish nationals if they present their European health insurance card. Apply for the European health card (EHIC) at Social Security information centres at least 15 days prior to departure. Otherwise, you must take out private medical insurance.

It is recommended to take out travel insurance for faster attention.


Temperatures in Sicily's Mediterranean climate range from a maximum of 28ºC to a minimum of 10ºC, depending on the area. It snows on Mount Etna and the towns of Raguse, Caltanisseta and Enna in winter.

Health care

Health care can be obtained from:

  • Hospital Paolo Giaccone - 127 via Vespro, Palermo - Tel: +39 091 6551111
  • Hospital V. Emanuele Ferrarotto S. Bambino, - 36 via Clementi, Catania - Tel: +39 095 7431111
  • Hospital San Giovanni di Dio - Contrada Consolida, Agrigento - Tel: +39 0922 441846
  • Hospital G.Martino - Via Consolare Valeria, Mesina - Tel: +39 090 693317

Useful telephone numbers:

  • First Aid: 118
  • Police: 113
  • Fire service: 115
  • Coast Guard: 1530

The official currency of Italy is the euro.


The official time in Italy is UTC +1, Madrid, Berlin, Rome.


Sicily has a population of 5,044,900.


The official language in Sicily is Italian.

What can you visit from hotels in Sicily - Campofelice di Roccella

The sea, history, art and culture make Sicilya a highly attractive destination for tourists. There are many things to do to make the most of its beaches, nature, open-air sports, excursions and sightseeing to the most outstanding place during your stay in our hotels in Sicily.

The volcanic origins of the island give rise to many beaches with volcanic rock, white and black sands and natural pools. Some of the beaches you can go to from your hotel in Sicily are in the north of the island, including Cala Gallo and Mondello, in Palermo, which are ideal for diving; Trapani and Marsala beaches; Siculiana Marina in Agrigento is good for surfers; Cefalu beach; the east has volcanic beaches and coves like Mortelle and Lido dei Tirreno, in Messina; the beaches at Syracuse and Catania; the volcanic beaches and natural lakes in Capo Di Orlando in the north-east on the San Gregorio coast; in the south-east of the island there are the Taormina beaches, especially Lido Mazzaro; Punta Secca, Acate and Marina di Ragusa, in Ragusa; and for those who like trips, Spiaggia Sabbie Nereo or black sands beach on the Aeolian Islands.

The island is steeped in history as shown by various civilisations that have left their imprint there - Phoenician, Carthaginian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Arab and Norman -giving rise to a great many monuments that can be visited in any of the main towns. An excellent cultural experience together with a dream holiday in your hotel in Sicily.     

Palermo has several Arab and Baroque buildings, the cathedral and the Norman palace in Monreale, where there are spectacular Byzantine mosaics the church of St. Jon: the mummies in the Catacombs of the Capuchins; and the National Puppet Museum.

Catania is a World Heritage site with a beautiful old town, perfect for strolling around; then there is the Elephant fountain in the Cathedral Square; the Basílica of St. Nicholas and the Biscari Palace. Lying near Catania is Mount Etna at 3,323 metres high and Europe's largest, active volcano.

Syracuse, the oldest town in Sicily, was founded by the Greeks who settled there until the Romans arrived. It was an imperial city with great monuments such as the Roman amphitheatre, temple of Zeus, temple of Apollo and Maniace castle.

Other monuments can be visited inland, in Enna, which has Lombardia castle; Catalnisseta and its ruined Pietrarossa castle; San Giorgio and the cathedral; Corleone and its churches; Cefalu and the art works in the 12th-century cathedral; Erice, a mediaeval town in Trapani;and the Valley of Temples in Agrigento.

During your stay in your hotel in Sicily you can travel around the impressive landscape on a variety of routes, either on horseback, walking or mountain biking in the Nebrodi and Madonie regional parks, a continuation of the Apennine mountains on the peninsula.

The island has several marinas with adventure and water sports like diving, windsurfing and kayaking. For people who like their golf, there are courses near your hotel in Sicily.

You can also go on excursions to the best-known places of interest during your time in your hotel in Sicily. For a memorable holiday, visit some of these, such as the volcano of Mt. Etna, the Greek temples at Selinute, the Roman villa of Casale en Piazza Armerina, the steps decorated in ceramics at Caltagirone, the Alcantara gorge, Segesta, and the salt beds and windmills at Trapani.

Find out about the culture and leisure activities from your hotels in Sicily

Our hotels in Sicily are the perfect choice for visiting a destination with culture, the sea, nature and good food. You can get to the heart of a fantastic island while enjoying a relaxing and enriching stay in your hotel in Sicily.

Sicily is famous worldwide for its cuisine and wine in true Italian style. Each region has its own specialities based on fusion cooking between its Mediterranean Italian roots using products from the land, sea, and livestock, with fresh pasta, pizza and Parmesan cheese, and North African and Hebrew cuisine. You can find several charming restaurants on the island and in hotels in Sicily to savour all its delights.

Sicily has a wide variety of festivals and cultural events, such as the Film festival held in the ancient theatre at Taormina. This has become a source of inspiration for famous people that form part of the history, art and culture pervading its Greek temples. Anyone staying in our hotels in Sicily in February can have fun a carnival time with all its folklore, with one of the best-known in Sicily being the floats and masks of Acireale; also the festivals in honour of the patron saints of Sicily, such as Santa Rosalia and Santa Agata in Catania.

Sicily has any number of places where your can enjoy night life. These are mostly the bars, pubs and discos on the coastal towns of the island, like Palermo, Catania, Agrigento, Trapani, Taormina, Syracuse, Marsala, Messina, Ragusa, Avola and Cefalu near to the hotels in Sicily.

Souvenirs and crafts include culinary specialities used on the island, such a pasta, the famous panettone, almond biscuits and good wine. There are also shops selling fashions, coral jewellery and ceramics everywhere in Sicily. You can also stroll through the street markets and shopping areas, especially in Palermo, Catania, Syracuse, Ragussa, Enna and Messina.

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Our hotels in Sicily

We have two splendid four-star hotels in Sicily in a charming area in Palermo. Are hotels are your best choice for a dream holiday. They have, modern, comfortable rooms, à la carte restaurants, fine Mediterranean and international cuisine, Sicilian specialities, swimming-pools, bars, disco, piano-bar, beauty centre, gym, conference centre for all types of events and much more.

Fiesta Sicilia Resort

Fiesta Sicilia Resort is situated on the beautiful northern coast of Sicilia, harmoniously integrated into the lush surrounding, at 45km from Palermo and 15km from Cefalù. Our magnificent 4 star resort overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean landscape, offers guests modern and comfortable facilities for unforgettable vacation in the wonderful Sicily Island.

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