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Rabbit Beach Sicily, Italy - Dip your Toes in the Clear Waters.

One of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Rabbit Beach Sicily is a wonderful place to visit and enjoy. The calm crystal clear waters and the glittering white sand are truly awesome and very inviting.

It is a must see place if you are visiting Sicily. Located on the south-west coast of Sicily, Italy, the area was initially inhabited by several rabbits at one time, hence the name Rabbit Beach; today, visitors can spot a few rabbits in the area. In the late spring season visitors can spot CarettaCaretta turtles. The exotic landscapes around the area is truly mesmerizing.

Visitors can spend a long  at the beach and also enjoy some traditional Italian cuisine on the beach. However Halal food availability in the area is not known. Pack your sandwiches as well in case you do not find Halal food or vegetarian and take a look at this amazing place in Sicily.

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