Retreats in Sicily

A collection of retreats in a charming land with an eccentric flair rich in natural beauty, history, culture and traditions..

The magic of the Mediterranean is closer than imagined with a retreat to Sicily. Secluded in the South of Italy, Sicily is the largest Mediterranean island magnetising curiosity for its rich cultural history and architectural magnificence. Natural wonders aplenty, indulge in an oasis of tranquillity with bountiful gardens and breath-taking views.

Next retreats in Sicily

Reconnect in the most diverse and historic retreat destination...

Welcome to Sicily

Situated South of Italy at “the foot of the boot”, Sicily is the largest island surrounded by Mediterranean sea. Teeming in cultural treasures and often referred to as the pearl of Italy, it is vibrant throughout both day and night. Enjoy taste of the Mediterranean in the absence of rush and haste. From the mountains, hills and sea to the wines, pastries and cheeses, Sicily is a highly sought after destination. The thermal spas are a regional highlight and a true wellness offering. Thermal spas are utilised as a natural medicinal cure with results proven to extend to the Roman ages. Incorporated with the traditional art, history and culture, the running thrill of the sea and wind makes Sicily a place like no other, making it an irresistible gem whatever the time of year.

 

Why a retreat in Sicily?

A retreat and a holiday are mistakenly assumed as the same. Yet despite sharing similar definitions, the approaches and results vary greatly. Held at some of the world’s most exclusive and luxurious destinations and resorts, such as Sicily, a retreat aims to help individuals cultivate a balanced lifestyle while providing them with the essential tools to maintain this lifestyle at home. With a strikingly intriguing history shared with the Romans and Greeks and cultural landscapes boasting a warm and romantic ambience, Sicily is a combination of contemporary Italy mixed with streaks of its pastime. Also renowned for its flourishing wine production, wines are a beautifully silent staple with meals whilst vineyards are an embedded garden structure.