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Whether it is to visit the busy coastal cities of Palermo and Messina, two favourite haunts for cruise ships on the island of Sicily, Stagnone or taste Nubia’s red garlic, Interlude Hotels & Resorts is the answer. This group of hotels and resorts offer comfort, convenience, spa facilities and more especially all around the island of Sicily in Italy.

Sicily, which is the Mediterranean Sea’s biggest island and considered one of Italy’s region, offers visitors a diversity of cultures, flora and fauna, gastronomical delights, clear waters, sandy beaches and more. Stagnone, which when translated means the Lagoon, is Sicily biggest lagoon that is located in Trapani.

Those who adore wildlife or want a chance to admire the antics of creatures like the golden eagle, crested porcupine, peregrine falcon, roe deer and hoopoe should drop by at the natural reserve at Trapani. A visit to Sicily is not complete without dropping by at Paceco, a tiny village. Here you get to visit the Salt Museum and a chance to sample the unique sweet taste of red garlic, which originates from Nubia in Paceco. Salt is one of Sicily’s economic resources. So don’t checking out the salt route which covers Trapani, Marsala and more.

Though all this visiting is very much worthwhile, but it may tire you. That’s why Interlude Hotels & Resorts offer you various options of spas and relaxation activities. There is the massage anti-inflammatory therapy for soothing tired muscles and bones and rejuvenating your body. For those who wish to enjoy the benefits of olive oil for beautiful skin and good health, there is the olive oil massage.

A stay at the Interlude Hotels & Resorts means you get to visit all these places, relax on Sicily's sandy beaches, go kite flying, watch birds or simply enjoy the awe inspiring natural landscape.

For further informations: www.interludehotels.it


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    written by Alexandra Evans

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  • Palazzo Sclafani

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

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  • The Basilica della Magione

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

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  • The Cathedral of Palermo

    written by Alexandra Evans

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  • The Church of San Domenico

    written by Cedric Mills

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