Sicily is the largest region of Italy and the largest island of the whole Mediterranean Sea. Right from antiquity Sicily was inhabited by Greeks, Romans, Arabs and Normans, thanks to the favorable climate and strategic location for trade. Due to the triangular shape, the ancients 's had called Trinacria, namely the' three-cornered island.
The territory of Sicily is dominated by hills, with a large plain called the Plain of Catania, and several mountain ranges, whose highest peak is of course represented by the famous Mount Etna, another 3323 meters, and continuous destination of tourists. Tourism is one of the main economic resources of the region, and for this there are numerous accommodations in Sicily (Villas, hotels, bed and breakfast, holiday homes, villas, castles, hostels, residences, apartments) where you can stay for pleasant holidays at sea and also in the interior of the region. Sicily is bathed by the Tyrrhenian Sea to the north, east by the Ionian Sea, while to the south and west is bathed by the Mediterranean Sea.
Quintocanto Hotel & Spa features 20 deluxe accommodations with modern Wengé furniture and nice panoramic views.
All of the rooms are equipped with direct-dial telephone, individually controlled air ...