Summer Price Index 2022, how much does a holiday in Sicily cost?

Do you want to find the right offer for you, your friends or your family for holidays in Sicily? The island continues to be one of the most attractive Italian regions for vacationers from all over the world. But what are the most popular places for the next high summer season in Sicily?

He gives the answer Holiduone of the largest search engines for holiday homes and apartments in Europe, which has also created the price index of holiday homes in Sicily for next summer indicating the most sought after locations as well as average prices and availability for each destination .

San Vito Lo Capo is the most sought after location.

The most sought-after location is San Vito Lo Capo which precedes Palermo and the Aeolian Islands which complete the podium, with Cefalù and Syracuse completing the top 5. In sixth place Catania, which precedes Castellammare del Golfo and the island of Lampedusa in ninth place , while Marsala closes the top 10.

Average prices: Capo d’Orlando, Favignana and Taormina the most expensive

The most expensive resort in terms of holiday homes and apartments is Capo d’Orlando with its 265 euros on average per night, preceding Favignana with 244 euros per night and Taormina with 243 euros. San Vito Lo Capo and Alcamo are above the wall of 200 euros per night on average. Among the 30 most popular locations, the cheapest are Palermo, Ragusa and Licata almost paired at around 120 euros, Catania with 105 euros, Messina closes the only one under the 100 euros wall with “only” 87 € on average per night .

What is the percentage of holiday homes still bookable in Sicily compared to the total number of existing homes in each location?

With the aim of giving potential tourists an idea of ​​which are the places where the accommodations tend to run out faster in order to move in time when making reservations, we note that to have the highest availability of bookable accommodations at the moment. total existing accommodations are Noto and Ragusa with 70%, Sciacca, Catania, Messina and Palermo among others with over 60% of the accommodations still available. Not yet sold out but with an availability of about under 50% we find San Vito Lo Capo, Pozzallo and the Aeolian Islands. Marsala is instead below 40% with 39% and, in particular, Capo d’Orlando and Scicli with only 36% of accommodations still bookable.

How is the availability of bookable accommodations in Sicily compared to other Italian regions?

Regarding the availability of accommodations that can still be booked in high season, Sicily has an availability that is around 50%, not differing much from Calabria and Puglia, more than Veneto with 40% and even more than regions such as Sardinia and Marche with 33%, the lowest figure after only Tuscany with 31%.

How are the prices in Sicily compared to other Italian regions?

Trentino-Alto Adige with its average 230 euros per night has the highest average price with Puglia and its 200 euros following in second position. Sardinia has the third highest average price, namely 197 euros, while all the other regions follow starting from Campania and Tuscany with 180 euros, passing through Sicily in a medium-low position with its 155 € on average per night, up to get to 139 euros in Abruzzo, 132 euros in Piedmont and the “only” 129 euros in Molise.

How do prices vary between high and low season in the various regions?

The region with the greatest variation in prices in high season compared to low season is Friuli-Venezia Giulia with 67% more (from 93 euros to 155 euros), followed by Puglia with 65% and Sardinia with 60%. All the others follow gradually, including Sicily with prices in high season that are a physiological 27% higher than in the low season, up to Lazio, the only region in which the average price of accommodation is substantially unaffected. by seasonality.

About Holidu

Holidu’s mission is to finally make it easy to find and book vacation rentals. Its vacation rental search engine allows travelers to book the ideal accommodation at the lowest price. The company also helps vacation rental owners multiply their bookings with less work through its software and service solution under the Bookiply brand. Brothers Johannes and Michael Siebers founded Holidu in 2014. The fast-growing start-up is headquartered in Munich and has local offices in Europe’s most exciting travel destinations. For more information, see and

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