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Prime season: April - October
Residents: 5 millions
Sicily is set south of mainland Italy and comes with a typical Mediterranean climate. This means long, hot and dry summers, and a climate perfect for rooftop bars.
Most of the Sicily rooftop bars can be found in the largest city Palermo, but also at other places around the island. While the buildings on Sicily usually are not very high, there are still rooftop terraces with amazing views to be found. Mainly over two things: the ocean and Mount Etna.
The rooftop bars often serves a mix of tasty Italian food and classic cocktails. And of course, an impressive selection of wines.
Sicily is an Italian region, and the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Seperated from mainland Italy by the narrow Strait of Messina, the island is also home of the tallest active volcano in Europe: Mount Etna. Thanks to its sunny and dry climate, beautiful and dramatic scenery and rich history, Sicily is a ver popular tourist destination.