Sicily: an open-air museum. Selinunte, Segesta, the small islands of Mozia and Levanzo in Trapani area, the archaeological area of ​​Palazzolo Acreide, Pantalica (Unesco Heritage) in Syracuse area, Morgantina a few kilometres from the Roman villa of Casale di Piazza Armerina (Unesco Heritage), are only the most famous archaeological trails of Sicily. You can spend a great day in one of these places, walking through ancient cities that hold treasures starting from the Neolithic and crossing the centuries up to the Roman age. There is much more to discover by immersing yourself in a spectacular and always different nature. Climbing inside the natural parks (Etna, Nebrodi, Madonie) or reaching the islands close to the Sicilian coasts, the trails will lead you from the legendary past to the most recent history between old saltworks, “tonnare” (processing of tuna-fish) or sulfur mines.