Experiences

Experiences

THE SICILY YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT

In order to make your stay in Sicily memorable and at the same time spend as much time as possible with your four-legged friend, here we provide some holiday experiences designed by our operators in collaboration with local service partners.

All experiences can be purchased ONLY through Pet&Travel Affiliate facilities.

What to do with your dog in Sicily?

Holiday in Sicily with pets allowed? Pet&Travel is the answer!

You’ll be able to find a vary of Pet Friendly facilities of all kinds (hotels, farmhouses, B&Bs, appartments) and many activities to do with your inseparable friend for a unique experience in Sicily.

If you are a dog or cat lover and are planning a holiday in Sicily, you are in luck. The island offers a heap of opportunities for you and your faithful four-legged friend. From beaches to historic cities, there’s something for everyone. Here’s what you need to know for an extraordinary holiday in Sicily with your dog.

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Lingue parlate

Walk to the timpa

Pet & Wine

Doggy hunt

At sunset with your 4-legged friend

Selinunte with your 4-legged friend

Fresh and Salt Waters

On Etna searching for…

Pet-friendly Archeotrekking in Erice

Trekking to the Butterfly Park

Segesta Pet Nic

Dog-Friendly Beaches

Where your dog can dive in the water

Sicily is famous for its lovely beaches, many of which welcome dogs. Check out the beaches of San Vito Lo Capo and Fontane Bianche, where your dog can happily run on the sand and swim.

Scenic excursions

Discovering Breathtaking Landscapes

If you and your dog love hiking, Sicily will not disappoint you. The Madonie mountains and Etna offer panoramic paths perfect for long walks.

Be sure to bring water and snacks for your furry friend!

Ancient Cities

Walks through Art and Culture

Historic cities such as Palermo, Syracuse and Taormina are rich in history and culture. Many of them welcome dogs in the historic centers. Visit historic sites and enjoy lunch at an outdoor cafe with your dog in tow.