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I am considering 3 weeks in southern Italy in late June early July. I have been down to Lecce and Matera and Amalfi. What would Sicily be like and what else should I plan on? Do I need to book ahead?

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    Sicily is great from may until end of sept, you need to worry about booking only end of July till third week of August which are the peak weeks.
    In Sicily you can find plenty of things, from cultural historical sight seeing to wonderful beaches to hiking on the mountains. Food is delicious, be ready to gain some kilos!
    Whether will be sunny and hot, somewhat too hot from 2 to 5 pm, but that's the moment where you can rest on the beach. about 6 years ago

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    its very good time for sicyly, one of the best regions of italy. i visited it some years ago,,Palermo, San Vito locapo, Agrigento, siracusa, taormina, Noto. these are very very nice and interesting places. august is always full of people tehre but june is OKK. dont worry everithing will be OKK. food and wines are very nice, not so expensive like north italy. ciao :) MARCO from Turin ITALY about 6 years ago

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    Thanks for the good advise and tips! about 6 years ago

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    To really jazz it up, take a 90 minute ferry and end up in Gozo, one of the islands of Malta to witness incredible history. If you have time, go on to the main island of Malta. Guaranteed wow factor. about 6 years ago

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    Definitely visit the beautiful Aeolian Islands: Lipari, Vulcano etc off the north coast of Sicily. Take ferry from Milazzo. almost 6 years ago

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