Adler Spa Resort Sicilia

  • Sicily, Italy, Western Sicily

Which three words would best describe the Adler Spa Resort Sicilia? Spacious, soothing and sustainable.

This is a brand new hotel, so you just know it's been built with all of the modern day comforts in mind. This is such a great place to stay if you want a peaceful holiday, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The huge infinity pool and private beach mean that you can relax outside all day.

If you can't get enough of history, then you're only a stones throw away from lots of important historical landmarks. You can visit the Valley of the Temples which is a UNESCO world heritage site and the Selinute archaeological park in Agrigento (the biggest in Europe). Who needs the Parthenon when you have Agrigento's Bouleuterion (an Ancient Greek senate house)?

After a long day on your feet, come back to the hotel spa and try out the massage room which overlooks the sea. End your day by admiring the Sicilian coast-line and drinking wine on the terrace at sunset- you can't get more relaxing than that.

Car hire is recommended for this hotel. Transfer time is approx. 2.5 hours from Catania Airport and 2 hours from Palermo airport.

Added value

Honeymoon Offer: €40 voucher for spa treatments and private yoga lesson per person (min stay 7 nights)

Honeymoon Offer: free bottle of Sicilian Sparkling Rose (min 7 night stay)

Anniversary Offer: free bottle of sparkling wine and cake in room on arrival

  • No. of rooms: 90
  • No. of floors: 4
  • Official rating: 5


Junior Suites are about 55m² and they can sleep two people, plus a child aged 0 - 17 years. The rooms are bright and spacious with views out to sea through the large glazed windows that open up onto the terrace. They're decorated in a modern, comfortable style, with a focus on using natural and sustainable materials that blend with the surrounding environment. Facilities include a 12m² terrace, air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi, minibar, tea & coffee making facilities, safe, rain shower and a hairdryer.

Family Suites are about 75m² and sleep up to four people, plus a child aged 0 - 3 years. These suites have two bedrooms and two bathrooms. They're available on request, please call to book. 

Double Room for Single Use are available on request, please call to book. 

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: No
  • Access ramp: No

Adapted rooms are available on request. 

Western Sicily

For history lovers, Western Sicily is the ideal place for a holiday. It's full of endless natural and man-made sights, which are definitely something to write home about. In some places you'll think you've stepped through a time warp, making it a great place for building up your historical knowledge. 

What to see on a Western Sicily Holiday

Rent yourself a car and have the freedom to travel back in time to Ancient Greece. Visit the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento and the Temple at Segesta, which you'll find on a ridge overlooking the sea. In the far West it's worth visiting the little town of Mazara del Vallo and the Marsala district. Marsala is famous for the fortified wine (Marsala) which which was popularised by the British trader John Woodhouse and exported far and wide. If you fancy a day of island hopping, visit Trapani where you can catch a ferry to the beautiful Egadi Islands. Trapani is well known for its salt flats and windmills, which are some of the oldest in Europe.

You also have to visit Sciaccia- the whole town is a museum and the ideal place to really immerse yourself in Sicilian culture. Try fresh Italian produce (especially the lemons!), gaze at ancient Italian art and take in the atmosphere of an ancient coastal town. We also love visiting the town of Ribera, which is known for it's sustainable approach to life and it's oranges! Why not ask them why the next time you visit?

Why book a holiday in Western Sicily with Inghams?

We've chosen a hotel we think you'll love, one that will give you a unique and sustainable experience of Sicily. Booking your holiday with us means booking with a support system behind you, so you know you'll be in safe hands.

Things to Do

Western Sicily is best seen by car. There are so many places to visit that you won't want want to miss any of them.

Things to see and do

  • Agrigento: Check out The Valley of the Temples- an Ancient Greek settlement (a UNESCO world heritage site)
  • Selinute: Explore the Selinute Archaeological Park- the biggest archaeological park in Europe
  • Outside Marsala: Visit the salt-planes and red-roofed windmills at the Stagnone Nature Reserve
  • Ribera: Taste the Washington Navel oranges in Ribera, 230 metres above the sea
  • Agrigento: Walk along the clear blue Sicilian coastline under the Scala dei Turchi- a bright white limestone cliff which looks like it's cascading into the sea
  • Relax on the stunning Sicilian beaches

Food & drink

The Sicilian's love their food and it's renowned as some of the best in Italy. From Sfincione (a thick pizza made with tomatoes, onions and anchovies) to Finnochio con Sarde (a pasta dish with fennel and herring). Sea-food is very popular in this part of Italy, as you can imagine as it's all fresh from the sea!

A lot of the traditional meat dishes are made using lamb or goat as they're easily available, but veal is also popular. A popular dish from the region is Vitello alla Marsala (veal with Marsala). Most meat dishes are served with cous-cous, which is an influence from Sicily's strong ties with the Arab and Byzantine communities (past and present). You'll also see a lot of pistachios and sultanas used in their food for the same reason.

When it comes to cheese, lots of Italian desserts and sweets are made with ricotta. Our favourite are cannoli, crunchy pastry shells filled with sweet, creamy ricotta (sometimes they add candied peel and chocolate chips). The ricotta here is different from what you've probably had before, because they make it with goats milk instead of cows milk.



If you're looking for more of an adventure, the Grotta del Genovese in Levanzo is between 6,000 and 10,000 years old. You'll have to walk down a very steep 700 metres worth of steps to get to the cave but you'll get some incredible views of the coast if you do. It has Neolithic and Upper Palaeolithic drawings on the walls; of bulls, horses, men and tuna! (remember to pre-book).

If you enjoy hiking, another great place to see is the Castello di Santa Caterina in Favignana. 287 metres high, on top of Monte Santa Caterina, it's a bit of a trek to get there (about an hour hike), but it's completely worth it if just to see the panoramic views of the Egadi Islands. In WW2 this 15th Century fort was used as a military observation station, so there's yet more history to be discovered!

  • 3200m² spa area with a fresh water pool, hot tubs, Turkish bath, bio sauna and Finnish sauna included
  • Massage and beauty treatments
  • Gym
  • Sea view relaxation cabins 
  • Yoga pavilion
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free Parking
Family Facilities
  • Hotel kids club
  • Hotel family friendly
  • Early meals available
  • Family rooms and suites

For breakfast you'll get a buffet with loads of fresh options, from fruit, to pastries and freshly baked bread. The resort has a farm-to-table policy, so you'll only be getting the best quality, natural produce. Most of their ingredients are grown on the resort grounds or on local farms. We love their passion for sustainability!

Half board is taken in the main restaurant. The restaurant is very spacious and has a stunning outdoor terrace with a view of the sea. They serve a typical Sicilian gourmet dinner every night and because they use only the freshest ingredients, you'll be getting a true taste of Sicily. It also means they do fantastic vegan and vegetarian dishes.

There are two hotel bars which are great places to grab a drink and put your feet up before dinner. The Lido bar is on the beach, so you can drink cocktails on the beach whenever you like!

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians

Please let us know of any dietary requirements in advance.

Location in resort
  • Longitude: 13.3188793
  • Latitude: 37.3767557
  • Location Description:
    • Panoramic location in Siculiana overlooking the sea
    • 300 metres to the sea
    • 4.5 kilometres to Torre Salsa Nature Reserve
    • 34 kilometres to Agrigento
Total price from
per person from £1627
Includes £50pp discount
Adler Spa Resort Sicilia
Western Sicily, Sicily,Half Board
10/10/2022 - 7 nights
3 adults
From London Gatwick
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