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Mt Etna & Jewel Factory

Mt Sicily’s greatest natural attraction is also its highest mountain. To the ancient Greeks, Mount Etna was the realm of Vulcan, god of fire, and the home of the one-eyed monster known as the Cyclops. At approximately 3350 meters, it is Europe’s highest active volcano. The height of its summit changes with each eruption, and […]

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Eolian Tour by helicopter

A limited number of guests are invited to join this exciting excursion, which will offer breathtaking views of the beautiful Eolian Island Archipelago. Your adventure begins with a transfer via private minivan to the helicopter terminal. On arrival, board your aircraft and allow the expert pilot to show you the dramatic beauty of the Vulcano […]

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Erice & Trapani

The dramatically beautiful medieval hill town of Erice is about 45 minutes northeast of Trapani by bus and not should be missed on any account. Settled by Elymians, an ancient mountain people who also founded Segesta, it was an important religious site associated with goddess of fertility – first the Carthaginian Astarte, then the Greek […]

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Castelmola & Taormina

This tiny village is strategically located near Taormina and enjoys a splendid site with panoramic views. The focus of the village is the attractive Piazzetta del Duomo with its fine, intricate paving. From various points there are fine views of Mt Etna, the north coast and the beaches below Taormina. If you’re looking for a […]

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In the Footsteps of the Godfather

For the fans of “The Godfather” movie series, many of the places visited in this tour will seem familiar. Inthe historical artist town of Savoca hosts In a private house the Bar Vitelli that houses a collection of local artisans’ tools and photographs taken when Francis Ford Coppola shot scenes of “The Godfather II”. At […]

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Wine Tasting at Villa Trinità

Depart from Messina on a scenic drive to one of the famous estates of the Etna region. This region is characterized by a micro-climate with rigid winters and temperate summers, abundant rainfall and a wide temperature range. These conditions are in contrast with those of the rest of Sicily which is generally drier and hotter. […]

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Vulcano

The island of Vulcano is one of the most interesting in the Aeolian archipelago, because of the exceptional nature of its volcanic phenomena. On the island there used to be 3 craters, one of which, as a result of erosion by sea, presents an interesting cross-section of a volcanic cone, with lava flows and stratifications […]

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Mt Etna Helicopter tour & Taormina

It is our great pleasure to provide a limited number of guests the opportunity to enjoy this exciting excursion. Your adventure begins with a private van transfer to the helicopter terminal. On arrival, board your aircraft and soar over the dramatic Mt Etna. Sicily’s most famous and dramatic landmark, this violent yet majestic volcano is […]

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Cefalù

One of Sicily’s most charming resorts is located just a short motor coach drive from Palermo on the northern coast of Sicily halfway between Palermo and Capo d’Orlando. Cefalù is best explored on foot, so you’ll leave your coach for a guided walking tour through this fine example of a medieval city, with narrow streets […]

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Eolian Islands

The seven islands are all of volcanic origin. though each one is different from the other six, in terms of the colors that make up the natural and manmade landscape. – Lipari is the largest of the seven islands and the township that includes it and is headquartered here also includes Alicudi, Filicudi, Panarea, Stromboli […]

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Cooking Lesson at Antica Masseria

The beautiful Antica Masseria is an ancient farm not far from town and in the heart of the Sicilian countryside. You’ll visit the 18th-century baglio (country house) and the small church consecrated as a Sacred Family Oratory, where mass is still celebrated. Enjoy the shade of old palms, weeping willows, climbing roses and wisteria. The […]

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Eolian Island Savour

This special, full-day excursion is designed to appeal to culinary connoisseurs. Filippino has welcomed travellers and gourmets to its premises for a hundred years, and three generations have made this restaurant unique. The setting is Lipari, the queen of the Aeolian Islands. The scenery of the Aeolian archipelago can be admired from high above the […]

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Mt Etna Jeep adventure

  Guests seeking an adventurous, off-road encounter with mighty Mt. Etna will delight in this unique, full day excursion. Your journey begins as your driver guide collects you from the quayside for your 4×4 adventure. You’ll have a brief motorway drive before making your way up the mighty slopes of Mt Etna. ← → x […]

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A Taste of Sicily

In Mascalucia the farm Villa Trinità whose rural buildings dates back to the 1609 hosts a botanical park, unique for its collection of native and exotic plants . The farm also produces delicate and fruity extra virgin olive oil, dried tomatoes, Etna flowers honey and every kind of Sicilian fruit marmalade. You will have a […]

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Tindari

Ancient Tindaris is located on high ground overlooking the Tyrrhenian coast about 60 kilometers west of Messina. Like Morgantina, Tindaris was settled during the Bronze Age (circa 1500 BC). The Syracusan Greeks refounded it in 396 BC, and in 254 BC it became a Roman city. Tindaris supported Pompey in his war against Octavian, and […]

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Classic Siracusa

Syracuse boasts a warm climate, blue skies, a beautiful bay and the ancient ruins of a Greek city which was once the rival of Athens. It was converted to Christianity by St. Paul, who preached in the quarries here. Enjoy your guided visit to the city’s Greek theatre that dates from 5th century BC and […]

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Panoramic Palermo

This motor coach tour features the best of Palermo’s sights at a relaxed pace. Begin with a drive to the central part of town. Highlights you will see include the Norman Palace, which began life in the Saracen period, but was altered by the Norman kings. See the magnificent cathedral, built in the 12th century […]

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A fan day on the beach

Begin with a drive through the main streets of Palermo, along the coast and through Favorita Park. It is said that Ferdinand III of Bourbon, having fled from Naples in 1798 with his wife Marie Caroline, took refuge on the slopes of Mount Pellegrino. He called his estate “Favorita.” . Upon arrival in Mondello gaze […]

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The wines of Barone di Villagrande

The Barone di Villagrande Farm on the slops of Mt. Etna has belonged to the Nicolosi family since ancient times. In 1727, a decree issued by Emperor Charles VI conferred privileges and the title of Barone di Villagrande to the Nicolosi family in recognition their passion for viticulture. Their skill in the production of fine […]

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Taormina

If you’re looking for a long glimpse of Sicily’s beauty and history from many angles in a single place, Taormina is a good choice. The city is located on a plateau below Mount Tauro, for which it is named, where there are the ruins of two medieval fortresses. Taormina’s ancient Greek splendor, medieval charm and […]

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Classic Messina

Ancient Zancle (so-called for the sickle shape of its harbor) existed as a native Sicilian settlement before the arrival of the Greeks in 756 BC. Expanded to form a thriving port city during the Greek colonization of Sicily, Messina remained prominent for centuries. The Romans recognized its strategic importance. To the Saracens, who never controlled […]

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Biking on Mt Etna

Guests seeking an adventurous, off road encounter with mighty Mt. Etna will delight in this unique half day . Your journey begins as your driver guide collects you from the quayside for your 4×4 adventure. Each vehicle will have a driver, but the guide will ride in the lead vehicle and communicate with the other […]

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Classic Mt Etna

Mt Sicily’s greatest natural attraction is also its highest mountain. To the ancient Greeks, Mount Etna was the realm of Vulcan, god of fire, and the home of the one-eyed monster known as the Cyclops. At approximately 3350 meters, it is Europe’s highest active volcano. The height of its summit changes with each eruption, and […]

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Temple Valley Wonders

You will drive from Palermo to the Valley of Temples. Impressive, ancient ruins string out along a ridge below Agrigento. You will visit many of them, beginning with the Temple of Jupiter (Zeus). Had this now-ruined temple ever been completed, it would have bethe Temple of Hercules is probably the oldest of the Agrigento temples, […]

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Mysteries of Palermo

This excursion will start with a panoramic tour of the city giving you the chance to admire its most beautiful monuments : Teatro Politeama,Teatro Massimo, The Quattro Canti, The Royal Palace and Piazza Pretoria. You’ll then visit the impressive Catacombs of the Capuchin Friars, where more than 8,000 mummified bodies of monks of monks, noblemen […]

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Palermo & Monreale

Tour the amazing city of Palermo first, on this half-day excursion. You’ll begin with a ride from the pier to the downtown core, and discover a city that was a Phoenician stronghold and a Roman trading center. Reminders of all the city’s conquerors exist still–there are traces of Roman, Arab and Norman monuments to be […]

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Selinunte

Leaving Trapani the 30 mile drive to Selinunte provides a good opportunity to see some of Sicily’s varying landscape, including mountains, undulating hill country and vineyards. Selinus founded in the mid 7C by people from the east coast city of Megara Hyblaea was destroyed twice by the Carthaginians. The huge ruins of its temples with […]

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Murgo Winery & Mt Etna

Mt Sicily’s greatest natural attraction is also its highest mountain. To the ancient Greeks, Mount Etna was the realm of Vulcan, god of fire, and the home of the one-eyed monster known as the Cyclops. At approximately 3350 meters, it is Europe’s highest active volcano. The height of its summit changes with each eruption, and […]

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Segesta

This half excursion will allow you to visit such well known places as Segesta. Leaving Trapani the 22 mile drive to Segesta provides a good opportunity to see some of Sicily’s varying landscape, including mountains, undulating hill country and vineyards. Splendidly situated against the hillside, its ochre colours in pleasant contrast to the vast expanse […]

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Segesta & Erice

Leaving Palermo drive to Erice to enjoy the opportunity to see some of Sicily’s varying landscape. As you near Erice, the road ascends through pine woods with fine views of Trapani and the Egadi Islands. Erice has historical and artistic interests, the beauty of its landscape and the extraordinary views make this a popular stop […]

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The spines of Punta Paci

On the south side of the bay of Scilla, 30 min from the Diving Center by boat. The bottom slopes down quite decisively, and at a depth of -20m two parallel spines of rocks rise. The rocks, of a height of about 15m, are covered in a multitude of life forms. At a further depth, […]

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Lipari

This, the largest island of the archipelago, is formed of volcanic rock dipping vertically into the sea. On the slopes, note two curious strata of obsidian, a glazed black volcanic stone. Two beaches, Marina Lunga and Marina Corta, frame the town of Lipari, which is encircled by 13th-14th century walls and dominated by a 16th […]

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