Rome, the national capital, is situated 300 miles (483 kilometers) northwest of Floresta.
Don't just limit yourself to Floresta, because the wider region has a wealth of cultural and scenic attractions just waiting to be explored. Head to Patti, and discover the Patti Cathedral and Tindari Archaeological Zone. Patti is approximately 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Floresta is a great place to spend some time. Capo d'Orlando is another destination worth investigating. Here you'll find the Shrine of Our Lady of Capo d'Orlando and Capo d'Orlando Beach. Capo d'Orlando is 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Floresta.
If you're staying in Floresta, why not head to Taormina. Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) away, this regional city is where you'll find Lido Mazzarò, Giardini Naxos Beach and Palazzo Corvaja. Church of San Domenico, Torre dell'Orogio and Taormina Archaeological Museum are some other interesting attractions to see for those who have more time on their hands.
Spend a few hours exploring Sicily's art galleries, theaters and art museums. These are great places to spend time, particularly on unpleasant days. Places of worship are great windows into a community's big beating heart. The shrines of Sicily are no exception.
Pull on your woollen hat and mittens and have a go at cross-country skiing or skiing. Both of these are popular with locals and tourists alike. Touring to unknown destinations often brings out the daredevil in travelers. If you're up for a challenge, try parasailing.
All things have to end, but be rest assured, when it's time to leave Sicily, you'll have great photos and memories to enjoy.