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Explore Mount Etna, the world's most active stratovolcano, on this small-group hiking tour from Catania. Travel in a 4x4 vehicle or minivan to reach a departure point for a moderate hike through Mount Etna's moon-like landscape in the Valley del Bove depression, including a lava tube exploration, and the Silvestri craters. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Catania included.
UNESCO–listed Syracuse, Ortigia Island, and Noto are three of eastern Sicily’s most beautiful coastal settlements, with a history dating back to the days of the ancient Greeks. This full-day tour takes you to all three sites in one day, with round-trip travel from Catania, Taormina, and surrounding areas included. Discover Roman ruins in Nepaolis, and admire beautiful baroque architecture in Noto—with your guide on hand to bring Sicily’s history to life.
Enhance your sightseeing experience of Sicily on an enriching full-day excursion to Erice and Segesta from Palermo. Delight in the medieval majesty of Erice, a walled town that reigns over the picturesque harbor of Trapani, and pleasure your palate with a traditional Sicilian lunch after visiting an olive oil producer. Delve into historical wonders of Segesta at the archeological site, marveling at the unfinished temple and absorbing sweeping vistas of Sicily’s sun-drenched valleys and undulating hills.
Located on the island of Sicily, Mt Etna is the tallest active volcano in Europe. Explore its different aspects on this active tour from Catania that includes hiking up the volcano along a trail to the inner crater. See lava flows, learn about the geological history of the volcano, admire panoramic views and hike into a lava cave.
Taste your way through the bustling markets and piazzas of Catania on a mouth-watering, half-day culinary tour. Visit fish markets, bakeries, bars and stalls to sample the best Sicilian street food with a local guide. Try regional specialties like ‘arancini’ (stuffed fried rice balls), fizzy drinks, ‘cipollata’ (bacon-wrapped onions), ‘zibibbio’ wine and decadent cannoli. Learn what makes Sicilian cuisine unique from the rest of Italy while discovering some of Catania’s cultural treasures.
Make the most of your time in Sicily on this immersive, small-group shore excursion. Over the course of just half a day, you’ll venture to Taormina (and will discover top landmarks like its Greek amphitheater), will visit the hilltop village of Castelmola (renowned for its impeccable scenery), and will finish with a walking tour of Messina’s historical city center. Port pickup and drop-off, and round-trip minivan transit, make logistics seamless and stress-free.
See the highlights of Palermo with a hop-on hop-off bus tour, exploring at your own pace. Get a view of the city’s top attractions from the top of a double-decker bus, including sights like the Quattro Canti, Vucciria Market and the Teatro Massimo – one of Italy's most famous opera houses. Enjoy audio commentary during the tour.
Explore Palermo’s key sights on foot on this walking tour of the Sicilian capital. Meet your guide in a convenient location in central Palermo, and set off. Visit popular landmarks ranging from the Palermo Cathedral and Palazzo Pretorio to the Massimo Theater. Learn about the city’s long entanglement with the mafia, and meet the shopkeepers and other individuals who have pioneered a local anti-mafia movement.
Experience the beauty of eastern Sicily on a donkey ride through the medieval village of Savoca. Traverse pine forests atop your donkey and visit churches, catacombs, the set of ‘The Godfather’ film, and ancient ruins. Along the way, sample local treats like granita, pistachios, olive oil, and almond wine to get a taste of Sicily’s gourmet products.
Mount Etna is one of the most striking natural features in Sicily, and with this tour you can experience both its beauty and geology. Set off from Catania, stopping at an organic farm on the mountain slopes to sample honey, wine, olive oil, and other specialties. Afterwards, continue up to the Valle del Bove; explore the volcanic craters and a lava cave before ending at a scenic overlook to enjoy the sunset.
Explore the historic center of Palermo on a 3-hour walking tour led by a knowledgeable guide. Learn about the city’s history as you see landmarks including Teatro Massimo, the Palermo Cathedral and the Royal Palace of Palermo (Palazzo dei Normanni)— part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stop by the Chiesa del Gesù (Casa Professa), an elaborate 16th-century church, and view the Palazzo Pretorio (Palace of the Eagles). Stroll around the Piazza Pretoria and Piazza Bellini, and browse tempting treats in renowned food markets that offer Sicilian cuisine.
Explore the Valley of the Temples with this exclusive tour aboard a modern electric scooter, environmentally friendly and easy to drive. Visit the entire archaeological area located along the Via Sacra, admiring the ancient temples and many other interesting places on the way.
Furthermore, you can also take the green routes, designed to allow you to enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside, dotted with almond trees and ancient olive groves. Here you could explore the ancient Roman roads, such as Cardo I.
The guided tour offers you the unique opportunity to visit both the picturesque landscapes and the ancient monuments, framed by the sea, the earth and the sky. During your adventurous experience, you will visit the Temple of Hera Lacinia, ancient fortifications and tome, the Temple of Concordia, the Temple of Hercule Victor and the gorges of Girgentana.
Discover several Sicilian landmarks during one itinerary with this full-day tour. Get picked up at your hotel and travel to Agrigento, known for its Greek archeological ruins. Visit Valley of the Temples, a Unesco World Heritage Site, and see well-preserved ancient Greek temples. See the striking rock formation known as Scala dei Turchi and visit one of Sicily’s beautiful beaches.
See Mount Etna, Europe’s highest, active volcano during this full-day, guided tour that includes cultural stops along the way. Drive to 6,561-feet (2,000-meters) above sea level and walk among the massive Silvestri Craters, see the impact of new lava flows from the volcano, and take in the aerial view of landscape below. On route to the top, experience Italian food and wine at a local farm and visit the hilltop town of Taormina.
Most Mt. Etna excursions stop at the Silvestri Craters on the lava-covered slopes, but with this exclusive tour you can reach the top of Europe’s highest active volcano with a volcanologist guide. Take a cable car and off-road vehicle to Torre del Filosofo and then continue on foot about a mile (2 kilometers) to the summit craters. Learn about the volcano’s history from your guide and enjoy sweeping views over the coastline.
Get out on the ocean around Catania and Etna during this half-day sailing cruise. Traveling by boat allows you to access parts of the region that can't be reached by land, and you'll get photo-worthy coastal views of the Coast of the Cyclops and the Ulisses Grotto. Your captain and crew will provide insightful narrative and allow you to help sail the boat. Relax, enjoy the views, and dig in to lunch accompanied by an apertif or wine.
La gita consiste in un'uscita in barca di una giornata che permetterà ai partecipanti di mettersi in contatto con il mondo della vela e di socializzare con la vita di bordo o semplicemente di godersi la navigazione, i paesaggi e le delizie culinarie del nostro Skipper.
Le escursioni in barca a vela alle Isole Egadi sono molto rilassanti, per tutte le età, durante le quali si vedranno posti incantevoli e suggestivi.
La brezza marina favorevole ci permetterà di andare soprattutto a vela, dove il solo rumore percepibile sarà quello del fruscio del mare sullo scafo.
Reserve private arrival transportation from Palermo’s Falcone-Borsellino Airport to your hotel in Palermo to skip the taxi line and avoid navigating the city’s public transit system. It’s the easy way to get from airport to accommodation quickly, so you can focus on your Sicily trip and not on the taxi meter.
Choose your bike for one or more days. You will discover the most beautiful places around
Palermo: the sea of
Monreale, the wood of
Corleone and if you are a good cyclist you can see
Marsala. With our suggestions your pedaling will be unforgettable.
My group walking tour is a mix of history, art, monuments and food tasting. In the first part of the Walking Tour we will visit the old town with its monuments and churches, and in the second part we will explore the big food market where we will taste the famous street food of Palermo (as arancini, fresh juice, cannoli , etc). This group tour is in english and italian.
My group tour is a mix of history, art, monuments and a taste of typical street food. In the first part of the tour we will visit the historic center with its monuments and churches and in the second part of the tour we will visit the large open-air market where you can taste the typical products of the Palermo street food such as arancina, fresh juices, cannolo , etc.
This group tour is in English and Italian.
A full immersion in the olive oil world From the olive growe to the bottle.
What means high quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Tasting olive oil
Understand quality and negative flavors
Pairing with food
And much more ...
Food tasting & Typical Sicilian Lunch
Discover several sights in Sicily with one convenient ticket for the hop-on, hop-off bus tour. Valid for two days, the bus ticket offers access to three different colored routes plus headsets with multilingual narration. Design your own itinerary and visit places of interest including Giardini Naxos, Isola Bella, Taormina, Castelmola, and more. See the village of Savoca, where parts of The Godfather were filmed.
Enjoy a one-of-a-kind perspective on eastern Sicily’s coastal scenery when you sign up for a full-day sailing tour from Catania. Meet your vessel in the morning and set sail; with a maximum of eight attendees, this tour guarantees an intimate experience. You’ll glimpse the medieval castle at Acicastello, will enjoy lunch and wine on board, and will have the chance to snorkel. You can also go for a paddleboat ride among the Cyclopean Islands (in season) or discover the resort town of Acitrezza. At day’s end, return to Catania.
The tour the Arab-Norman and Baroque Palermo, is the classic itinerary to learn about the beauties and the main wonders of the historic center of Palermo, the largest in Europe.
The tour winds through rich monumental squares, Arab-Norman churches, Baroque churches, on a journey of about 2 km on foot, and lasts about 3 hours.