Discover the delicious traditional street foods (savory and sweet) of the city of Palermo with this walking tour through the main squares and street markets of the city center. You’ll experience places visited by real Sicilians only, such as bakeries and old inns. All places have been selected to offer travelers the most authentic street food.
Sail the blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea - first to the island of Panarea for a visit from the sea to the Bay of Calajunco and Zimmari beach, followed by a two hour stop at Porto San Pietro. Then, circumnavigate the mini archipelago facing the island and transfer to Stromboli. Included are a stop at sea facing the picturesque village of Ginostra, navigation near the coast of the island and a stop at the harbor of Stromboli Scari until sunset. Then, your boat takes you to the “Sciara del Fuoco” to admire the spectacular eruptions of the active volcano from the sea.
Discover Etna, highest active volcano in Europe, and a landscape you won't forget. Wander through the streets of Taormina, picturesque hilltop city full of quaint little houses and stores, with its majestic Greek theater, and breathtaking panoramic views at every turn. A special day indeed!
Take a guided tour sampling the delicious traditional street foods (savory and sweet) of the city of Catania, through the main squares and street markets of the city center. You’ll visit places frequented by the “locals,” such as bakeries and old inns. All places have been selected to offer travelers the most authentic street food.
Discover the breathtaking scenery of the Etna Wine Road! Jump into your compact Fiat 500 vintage car, and follow your local guide into the backcountry on the slopes of Europe's tallest active volcano, where wine has been cultivated since the Greeks first planted grapes here in the 8th century BC. Your drive includes a stop at the glorious Alcantara Gorge, photo opportunities, and a Sicilian food and wine tasting stop at one of the wineries.
Your day tour will take you to Syracuse, once the capital of the Greek colonies where you will visit the Archaeological Park of Neapolis with the famous Greek theater and the “Ear of Dionysus.” Walk through the streets of the picturesque old town (island of Ortigia) with the temple of Apollo and the Arethusa fountain. Afterwards, visit of Noto, capital of Sicilian Baroque, recently declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Learn how to prepare traditional Sicilian cuisine and learn more about Palermo, as your experience begins with shopping for fresh ingredients in one of the picturesque markets of the city. You’ll then proceed with the preparation (and, later, eating) of some traditional recipes under the expert guidance of your two sister chefs.
Explore two ancient sites with this private tour from Palermo. The ancient town of Segesta, with its Greek Theater and the magnificent Doric Temple, is one of the high points of a Sicily visit. The medieval town of Erice offers a truly breathtaking panorama of Western Sicily, the Aegadian Islands and the coast of Trapani.
Enjoy a special chocolate lover’s treat - a hands-on workshop during which you’ll learn about the manufacturing process and make your own, fair trade, delicious Modica chocolate bars.
A fun way to discover Palermo - combining movement, food, folklore, culture and nature. Choose from five urban itineraries that lead you along bicycle paths, lanes, alleys and tunnels, revealing the thousand souls of Palermo in a riot of stories, faces, facades, patios, unusual experiences, myths, and loads of charm, perfumes and tastes.
Want to take a fun and close look at the secrets of Palermo? On board our red, open-top, double-decker tour buses, you'll discover the most beautiful and picturesque places of this magical city – with our convenient hop-on hop-off formula.
Visit Palermo, the capital of Sicily, one of the historically and artistically richest cities on the island. In the afternoon, you’ll discover nearby Monreale’s Norman Cathedral with its splendid 12th century mosaics and the cloister of the Benedictine monastery with Moorish architecture.
Visit one of the main archaeological sites in the Mediterranean with this day tour from Catania. Agrigento hosts one of the main archaeological sites in the Mediterranean, where ten Doric temples from the 6th and 5th century BC form one of the major attractions of Sicily. Then, your private car will take you to visit the Roman Villa del Casale in Piazza Armerina, recently declared UNESCO World Heritage site.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to make homemade gelato ice cream or delicious granita, following all phases of preparation, from choosing the ingredients to the final presentation. And at the end you can enjoy the ice cream specialities you made with your own hands!
Your visit to the fair trade cooperative Quetzal allows you to discover a chocolate workshop dedicated to combining the wonderful local ingredients with the traditional processing of cocoa. Of course, the tour ends with tasting some of the sweet delights produced here.
Enjoy a day excursion in Western Sicily, from Palermo. Visit the Donnafugata and Florio estates, where some of Sicily’s best wines are produced, and taste them. Includes lunch in Marsala and a visit to the temple of Segesta - from the 5th century BC, among the most picturesque and beautiful destinations in Western Sicily.
Your private day tour between Taormina and the province of Messina includes a visit to Taormina, lunch in Savoca (one of the locations of the "Godfather" movies), and various tastings of the local brandies and specialty wines.
A weekend to discover Sicily beyond the surface of stereotypes! Enjoy learning about the anti-mafia movements both in Palermo and Corleone. Sicily’s famous good food and beauty are of course part of the package - and you can be sure that you won’t leave a cent to Cosa Nostra!
Enjoy an unforgettable weekend of hiking, hosted by a farm near Prizzi (Palermo, Sicily), at around 600 m (2000 feet) above sea level, located in the Valley of the Sosio, in the heart of the natural park of the Monti Sicani.
This guided tour - a short walk of just over a kilometer (a little less than one mile) from Porta Nuova to Porta Felice - will describe the many changes that have taken place throughout the history of the fascinating Sicilian capital, Palermo.
This historical, artistic, and literary itinerary explores the Baroque neighborhoods of the hometown of Nobel Prize winner Salvatore Quasimodo. A truly unique way to discover beautiful Modica - animated by poetry readings of the great master’s works (available in several languages!).
Enjoy a day trip - visit the island of Vulcano, the southernmost of the Aeolian Islands. You’ll have time to enjoy a bath in the Spa Waters and Sulphuric Mud and for a visit to the splendid beach of Sabbie Nere (“Black Sands”). If your are feeling more adventurous, you may choose to go up to the crater of the volcano, active but silent.
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