Short holiday in December 2017: 3 ideas for a three days journey

short holiday December 2017 in Sicily

Do you have three free days? December 8, 9 and 10, Friday, Saturday and Sunday you would organize a nice trip and you don’t have the slightest intention of making the opportunity escape. Are you planning to spend the short of holiday in December 2017 in Sicily? Then we have three great ideas for you.

 

1. Archaelogical sites

As you will surely know, Sicily is an ancient land, which was colonized by the Greeks. A people who have left here different than invaluable testimonies, still admirable and accessible today.

If you can not resist the fascination of history, you could take advantage of the short holiday in December 2017 to visit three of the most beautiful archaeological sites in Sicily, namely:

  • Valley of the Temples;
  • Segesta;
  • Selinunte.

You will see one each day. Recommended itinerary especially if you like to travel, as you will need to ride for a while before reaching them.

 

2. Palermo

No ideas can be given for a trip to Sicily without mentioning the Sicilian capital. Palermo is a great city, rich in history, culture and art. Only one vacation would never be enough to see it all but you have to make the most of the time you have available.

For this holiday, the suggestion is to choose three of the seven tour routes to visit Palermo:

  • In a day;
  • Beaches (do not swim but you will still have unforgettable views – and maybe you have also found the destination for the summer);
  • The surroundings;
  • On foot;
  • The Arab soul;
  • The Norman soul;
  • Palermo hidden.

 

3. Relax

What not everyone thinks, Sicily is also a destination well-known for a vacation dedicated to wellness. In particular, the most famous Sicilian spa resorts are three:

  • Terme di Acireale;
  • Sciacca Thermal Baths;
  • Terme Vigliatore.

To spend three days refreshing the spirit and the body.

 

Do you choose the idea you prefer to spend the short holiday in December 2017 in Sicily? Now, there’s nothing left to do: book the ferry trip.

 

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