Palermo, Taormina, Syracuse, Agrigento, and plenty of places in between.
There are a lot of photos here, and I'll be the first to admit that they're not all amazing quality (aesthetically or technically). But if you want to get an idea of what fourteen days driving around this island can look like, you're in the right place.
Leaving the bustle of Palermo, we skirted around the imposing Mount Etna to spend some time on the east coast, where the pace definitely slowed.
The next destination was the historic city of Syracuse; revered for thousands of years by Spartans, Greeks, and Romans alike.. and then also by me. The old city on Ortygia is a stunning place to get your Archimedes on.
Moving back inland through the entroterra, you find yourself surrounded by all sorts of stereotypical Sicilian sights. Temples, olives, lemons, and so many hill towns.
Finally, we ended up back in Palermo on a night that coincided with the feast of Saint Rosalia, which turned out to be a pretty memorable way to end the trip.
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