Treasures Of Sicily


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Discover Baroque towns and Greek ruins surrounded by stunning scenery 


Start in Acireale

Excursion on Mt Etna, Europe's highest active volcano; afternoon wine tasting.

Drive to Syracuse to visit its archaeological site; on to the UNESCO Baroque town of Noto.

Morning visit the hilltop town of Ragusa Ibla; transfer to Agrigento's Valley of the Temples.

Visit ruins of Selinunte, overlooking the Mediterranean; drive to the hilltop village of Erice.

Walk in the stunning Zingaro Nature Reserve; afternoon transfer to Palermo.

Morning visit to Monreale Cathedral; guided tour of Palermo and free time.

Drive to the fishing village of Cefalu to visit its Norman Cathedral; on to charming Taormina; free time to explore.

End in Taormina.

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Sicily is one of the most fascinating islands in Europe, thanks to the indelible marks left by the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans and Spanish civilisations. This comprehensive tour explores its sophisticated cities, picturesque villages, well-preserved archaeological sites and splendid scenery. It starts with an excursion on Mt Etna, continuing to the towns of Syracuse, Agrigento and Selinunte - all listed as UNESCO heritage sites. There is also a day in Zingaro National Reserve with magnificent views of the Mediterranean.


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Duration: 9 Days
Starts in: Italy
Group Size: 6-18

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