To limit the spread of the coronavirus, attractions may be closed or have partial closures. Please consult government travel advisories before booking. The WHO is closely monitoring the coronavirus and more information can be found here.
Visit some of the most beautiful parts of Western Sicily with this day trip from Palermo to Erice, Segesta, Nubia and the Trapani Salt Pans. Visit an archaeological excavation at Segesta. Take in the excellent views from the hilltop town of Erice. See how sea salt is still collected off the Sicilian coast at the Salt Pans of Trapani.
Discover ancient ruins left over from the Greeks on this private excursion. Enjoy pickup from the Palermo area and head to Agrigento where you can find the UNESCO-listed Temple Valley. Learn about its ancient history and explore its many sites before heading to the seaside to see the white cliffs dubbed as the ‘Turkish Stairway.”
Spend a day exploring the ancient sights of the Valley of the Temples with this day trip from Palermo. Travel to Agrigento for a quick coffee break (own expense) before visiting the fascinating site for a 1-hour tour. See the temples of Hera, Concordia and Apollo. Take a midday break for lunch (own expense) before stopping at the archaeology museum for a 1-hour self-guided visit.
On this full-day tour from Palermo, you’ll be driven to three of Sicily’s most stunning and history-packed destinations. Enjoy free time to explore the castle town of Castelbuono, the hillside town of Monreale, and the originally Greek seaside hub of Cefalu. Discover the region’s Arab-Norman roots with optional visits to the opulent Cappella Palatina and 14th-century Castelbuono.
Discover the ancient origins of Sicily during this private sightseeing tour from the Palermo region. Visit the town of Erice, famous for its sweet confections and for being associated with the goddess of fertility. Then, see ancient Greek ruins in the towns of Segesta and Selinunte and learn about the indigenous people of Sicily. This is not a guided tour but a private, English-speaking driver is included.
Discover a number of western Sicily’s most popular destinations on this full-day tour from Palermo. Meet your guide at your accommodation, climb aboard a climate-controlled minivan, and head first to Segesta, where you’ll explore the ancient Greek amphitheater and temple (entry own expense). Then, discover the medieval town of Erice, enjoy a traditional Sicilian lunch (own expense) in Saline, and finish with a walking tour of the elegant city of Trapani.
Cover three of Sicily’s most iconic locations in this full-day tour of Monte Etna, Taormina, and Castelmola. Explore the slopes and lava fields of the UNESCO-listed volcanic crater, with optional cable car or all-terrain drives to the top. Then, organize a visit to the famed Greek-Roman Theatre or simply relax in a cafe, topped off by a stop at Castelmola village.
Maximize your time in Palermo with this sightseeing tour, which showcases the best of the city and the surrounding region. Visit the hillside town of Monreale, known for its Norman cathedral and 12th-century mosaics, and explore Palermo’s historic center. Enjoy beach time at the seaside resort of Mondello and venture up Monte Pellegrino to view the 17th-century Sanctuary of Santa Rosalia cave shrine.
See two of northern Sicily’s most characterful destinations when you embark on this full-day trip from Palermo. In the morning, your guide picks you up from your accommodation; board an air-conditioned minivan and head to the medieval village of Castelbuono, located in the Madonie Mountains. See the Castle of Ventimiglia and visit a local pastry shop before continuing to Cefalù, home to a UNESCO-listed cathedral and impeccable seaside views.
On this two-for-one, full-day private tour, you’ll discover top historical sights in both Monreale—famous for its mosaic-filled 12th-century cathedral—and stunning, seaside Cefalù. Travel comfortably by air-conditioned minivan, with bottled water and hotel transfers included. You’ll also enjoy free time to browse local boutiques.
Pick up at the hotel. Departure to Erice and free time to visit the medieval village.
Continue to Trapani and visit the Saline di Nubia in a charming and colorful atmosphere. Possibility to visit the Salt Museum. Free lunch.
Departure for Segesta and visit of the Archaeological Park (where you can admire the "Temple" and the "Greek Theater").
I'm going back to the hotel. End of our services
Explore Western Sicily from Palermo easily without having to rent a car with this tour of Erice, Trapani, and the salt flats. Travel comfortably from stop to stop by air-conditioned minivan as a guide tells you all about the area and its history as you go. Plus, round-trip transport from your Palermo hotel is included.
Visit two Sicilian towns in one day on this full-day tour from Palermo. Explore the hilltop town of Castelbuono, with its atmospheric medieval lanes and historic Castle of Ventimiglia. After a typical Sicilian lunch (own expense), continue to the seafront town of Cefalu, with its magnificent cathedral and beautiful sandy beach.
The tour is organized to admire the beauty of the enchanting seafaring village of Cefalù with its marvelous UNESCO heritage cathedral, continuation to Castelbuono with a visit to the Ventimiglia Castle and the chance to taste the famous Fiasconaro panettone
The tour was organized to admire the beauty of the Castello di Carini medieval fortress famous for the events of the baroness of carini
continued for the tourist village of Terrasini with its marvelous Cathedral, the Regional Museum Palazzo D'Aumale is also of great attraction, the Museum has a large ethnographic collection (carts, model boats, material culture) as well as marine and terrestrial archaeological finds found during excavation campaigns in the area.
Although Sicily is an island, crossing distances between the capital and destinations along the coast—especially along the south and west sides—can be tiring and time-consuming. With this tour to Agrigento from Palermo, let a guide take care of the roughly 2-hour drive between coasts, and then take you on a private tour of the strikingly well-preserved Valley of the Temples archeological site.
Discover Etna and Taormina during this private full day tour with driver. Explore Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe, which has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will reach Taormina, one of the most beautiful and well-known cities of Sicily. Experience the romance of Taormina, walking through its medieval streets. Discover unique scents, sounds and panoramas, such as the Greek-Roman Theater, the Corvaja palace, the Church of S. Caterina, Piazza IX Aprile and the Duomo with its famous fountain.
Discover the historical monuments of Palermo and Monreale on a private day tour. The Italian-English bilingual driver will take you around to see the most beautiful places, including the Cathedral of Palermo, the Royal Palace, the Palatine Chapel, the Piazza dei Quattro Canti, Piazza Pretoria, the historic Ballaró Market and others historical buildings.
Visit Monte Pellegrino to get to know the incredible cave of the Sanctuary of Santa Rosalia, the patron saint of the city of Palermo, from where you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the whole city. This sacred mountain was celebrated by many illustrious travelers, who over the centuries have passed through Palermo, including Goethe who defined it as "the most beautiful promontory in the world".
Admire the well-known seaside resort of Mondello, one of the most beautiful, famous and renowned tourist and seaside resorts of Sicily.
The tour can be customized according to your interests.
Enjoy this tour from Palermo. Meet your driver at any address in Palermo and leave for a unique experience.
The tour starts with Monreale, the famous Arab-Norman village. Located on the Rocca Di Monreale, from here you can also admire the entire Conca d'Oro. The main attraction is its Cathedral, built by William II of Altavilla.
The driver will provide you with information on Cefalù during the 60-minute journey to the city. Visit the historic city of Cefalù and stroll through its narrow, typically medieval streets. Visit local attractions such as the Mandralisca Museum, the Duomo, the Lavatoio and more.
Then we will head to Castelbuono, a small but beautiful village set in a wooded landscape.
Entering the old center you can breathe the air of a past time, with the fourteenth century castle that dominates the city and the typical flavors of the place, such as the manna and the delicious Panettone of Fiasconaro, famous all over the world.
The tour was organized to admire the suggestive Sanctuary of Santa Rosalia on Monte Pellegrino defined by Goethe "the most beautiful promontory in the world", the wonderful Villino Florio in Palermo and finally stop in the wonderful seaside resort of Mondello with its famous beach and Liberty-style villas (possibility to have a wonderful bath in summer)
Treat yourself to a tour of Segesta, Erice and Trapani to admire unique panoramas. Visit ancient temples and explore the most beautiful archaeological sites in Sicily.
The tour begins with the legendary Segesta, which reveals its solitary temple, an example of refined Doric style. Erice is the small medieval village which stands on Monte San Giuliano. It amazes for simplicity and charm.
Continuing towards the extreme part of western Sicily, you will be enchanted by the white salt pans of Trapani.
The first stop on this "salt route" is near the salt flats of Nubia where you can also visit the museum. Here the different stages of salt processing are illustrated and showcases the traditional tools that were once used for harvesting.
Discover the origins of The Godfather during this day-long tour of Sicily. Taking in sites linked to both real-life mafia events and sites based on the Francis Ford Coppola movies, the tour gives you the lowdown on Sicily’s gangster history. Visit the site of the Portella della Ginestra massacre, sample traditional Sicilian cannoli, and explore the village of Corleone as tales of Don Vito Corleone ring in your ears.
Spend a day exploring Palermo’s lovely surrounding areas. See the historic Greek theater and temple in Segesta, sample wines and almond sweets in medieval Erice, and lunch on Sicilian favorites at a traditional restaurant housed in an old mill. Take some time to discover the charming churches, harbor, shops, and monuments of Trapani before your tour concludes.
The tour was organized to admire the beauty of the Arab Norman itinerary of Palermo and its markets and historic alleys (Cathedral, Palatine Chapel, Piazza Pretoria, Quattro Canti, Martorana Church, Teatro Massimo, Mercato Ballaro '), visit of Monreale with its extraordinary Duomo and finally stop in the wonderful seaside resort of Mondello with its famous beach and Liberty style villas