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Practical information : Treat yourself (& others) Sicily


The opening hours of the clothing stores of the big brands are the same as in France in the big cities. The small shops, on the other hand, always follow the siesta time. They close around 1pm and do not reopen until around 4pm.

Budget & TipsBudget & Tips

Budget. Budgeters can always bring back a good bottle of wine, a racy parmesan, a well-packaged burrata, pistachios, sun-dried tomatoes and homemade pasta in their suitcase. It doesn't cost that much and it's always good! The average budgeters will buy clothes or accessories in the small independent boutiques that flourish in the pedestrian centres. The best way to bring back nice items. Finally, the big budgets will be able to heat up their CB in the temples of the big Italian brands

Good deals. You will find slightly lower prices than in France in the stores of international brands (Zara, H&M, etc.) for ready-to-wear. But the most famous Italian brands (Gucci, Prada, Armani, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana) are also cheaper in Italy, mainly in Palermo and Catania in Sicily, especially during the sales. You can find great bargains in leather clothes and accessories shops, where "Italian pomp", leather jackets and handbags are very well made and at much more affordable prices than in France. We love the charm of the small independent shops that use local craftsmen. A real national know-how


The sales, called i saldi in Italy, take place twice a year at about the same time as in France, but last longer (from 30 to 60 days depending on the region). There are variations in the length of the holidays between regions. But globally you will find the winter collection on sale in January and February (sometimes until early March). In Sicily the sales last from January 7th to March 15th. In summer, be careful depending on the region, i saldi start in July or August, and depending on the region last 1 or 2 months, it varies. In Sicily, it starts on July1st and there is no deadline.

What's very localWhat's very local

There are many markets in Sicily, perfect for buying lots of food to take back in your luggage. The delicatessen shops also sell cheese, cold cuts, home-made preserves and local wines.