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Free Things To Do in Sicily

Looking for free things to do? Here's our ranking of the best free activities in Sicily. Popular attractions include San Vito lo Capo and Monreale Duomo.

#2

#2 in Sicily

Free
Many say that San Vito lo Capo (Saint Vitus Cape) is Sicily's most beautiful beach -- and it's not hard to see why. The limestone cliffs of Mount Cofano rise above the warm sands, giving this Sicilian shoreline a breathtaking backdrop. And if you forgot your picnic lunch, never fear: You'll find a number of little eateries waiting just beyond the beach. One of these, Café Europa, is well-known for its excellent Italian sandwiches, especially the panini con panelle, or Sicilian chickpea fritters stuffed into bread. Lastly, the illustrious food festival -- Cous Cous Fest -- is also held here, annually.
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Beaches Type
Half Day to Full Day Time to Spend
San Vito lo Capo
Many say that San Vito lo Capo (Saint Vitus Cape) is Sicily's most beautiful beach -- and it's not hard to see why. The limestone cliffs of Mount Cofano rise above the warm sands, giving this Sicilian shoreline a breathtaking backdrop. And if you forgot your picnic lunch, never fear: You'll find a number of little eateries waiting just beyond the beach. One of these, Café Europa, is well-known for its excellent Italian sandwiches, especially the panini con panelle, or Sicilian chickpea fritters stuffed into bread. Lastly, the illustrious food festival -- Cous Cous Fest -- is also held here, annually.
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#3

#3 in Sicily

Free
This cathedral, located right outside of Palermo, is clearly a favorite among travelers as well as reviewers. One TripAdvisor user says: "The draw here is the incredible, lavish hand worked mosaics that cover every inch of the ceilings and a good bit of the walls. Entrance into the Cathedral itself is free. What a bargain!" Frommer's says this: "Arabo-Norman art and architecture reached the pinnacle of its beauty in this cathedral, launched in 1174 by William II."
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Churches/Religious Sites Type
2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
Monreale Duomo
This cathedral, located right outside of Palermo, is clearly a favorite among travelers as well as reviewers. One TripAdvisor user says: "The draw here is the incredible, lavish hand worked mosaics that cover every inch of the ceilings and a good bit of the walls. Entrance into the Cathedral itself is free. What a bargain!" Frommer's says this: "Arabo-Norman art and architecture reached the pinnacle of its beauty in this cathedral, launched in 1174 by William II."
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