Journey to Enna
Holiday in the heart of Sicily
Enna, the provincial capital, is located on a ridge in the heart of Sicily. The small and charming town features one of the largest Sicilian forts, an ancient Greek temple and a panoramic view of the heart of Sicily. Among several other interesting mountain towns, in close proximity to Enna you will find some of the world's most famous Roman mosaics at the Villa Romana del Casale in Piazza Armerina.
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Journey to Enna: On the trail of days gone by
Enna has been known as the navel of Sicily since ancient times. Perched on a ridge, the city was for a long time not only impregnable, but with the central sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone it was also the focus of the cultural and religious life in Sicily. The small town does not boast as many attractions as other provincial capitals – but Enna still exudes a certain charm and also features one of the largest castles in Sicily as well as a beautiful cathedral. A detour is certainly worth it and you can explore the centre during a short walk in about two hours.
Journey to Enna and into the heart of Sicily
Endless hilly landscapes, lakes, mountain towns and excavations – the province of Enna impresses visitors scenically as well as culturally. Whether hiking, mountain biking in the hills around Enna or an eventful trip to the cave city of Sperlinga, the mythical Lake Pergusa or the excavations of Morgantina – the province of Enna offers a varied program for all its visitors. Undoubtedly the highlight of the province is near Piazza Armerina in the Villa Romana del Casale: the magnificent mosaics from the Roman period have achieved world fame and should not be missed.
Reason enough to make a stop in Enna during a holiday in Sicily and explore the beauty of the province.