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Seriously Sicily

Seriously Sicily

  • Discover the charming beauty of Italy's Sicily - Caltagirone, Ragusa, Syracuse, Palermo, and Giardini Naxos
  • Visit the UNESCO-listed Piazza Armerina and uncover its breathtaking Roman mosaics
  • Marvel at Palermo's eclectic mix of architecture and check out its cathedral, Piazza Pretoria, and Cappella Palatina

Includes 9 night's accommodation in Sicily - comprising three nights in Caltagirone, three nights in Palermo, and three nights in Giardini Naxos.

This 10-day Seriously Sicily adventure starts with your flight from the UK to the ancient port city on Sicily's east coast - Catania. With all transfers included; make your way to Caltagirone for a three-night hotel stay and the chance to explore the hilltop town of Ragusa, marvel at the ancient ruins and baroque plazas of Syracuse, and the UNESCO-listed Piazza Amerina.

Next on your trip, continue onwards to reach Palermo where you'll spend three nights in a hotel with the perfect base to discover the sheer beauty of this wonderful place. Enjoy a guided walking tour to notice the Arabic, baroque, and art nouveau architecture, Cathedral, Piazza Pretoria, and Cappella Palatina; before heading to Monreal to see its iconic cathedral - one of the greatest sights of Norman Sicily. You'll also visit the coastal resort of Mondello.

Finally, travel via Cefalu to see the striking cathedral en route to Giardini Naxos, which is backed by the breathtaking Mount Etna. Make the most of a three-night hotel stay and during your time take a tour to discover the ancient port city of Catania and the awe-inspiring Mount Etna, as well as a visit to the Silvestri Craters. Uncover the quirks of the resort town of Taormina and its Greek Theatre with a stroll through Corso Umberto.

On Day 10 you'll transfer back to the airport for your flight back to the UK.

Your exciting Seriously Sicily adventure will begin with your flight from the UK to the ancient port city on Sicily's east coast - Catania. From here transfer to Caltagirone where you'll enjoy a three-night stay at the NH Hotel Caltagirone Villa San Mauro.

Today join a full-day excursion that will drive you into the spectacular baroque south-east of the island, where you'll have the chance to visit baroque Modica and the hilltop town of Ragusa. Rebuilt in two separate parts following the 1693 earthquake; Ragusa offers much to do and see. Take in the grand church of Duomo di San Giorgio with its stained-glass windows and mesmerising paintings. Sweeping views can be appreciated from the Giardino Ibleo, as well as a sprawling public park with churches and beautiful fountains. Don't forget to check out the city's more modern part and the ornate Ragusa Cathedral with its religious art and relics.

Take another full-day excursion today as you head to Syracuse to marvel at its ancient ruins and baroque plazas. During your time, visit the Greek Theatre and the island of Ortygia which is home to the Temple of Apollo and the Cathedral. If there's time; appreciate the central Archaeological Park Neapolis which comprises the Roman Amphitheatre, Teatro Greco, and the Ocrecchio di Dionisio - a limestone cave in the shape of a human ear. Perhaps wander Ortygia market and experience the authentic flavours of Italy.

You'll check out of your hotel today and head to the UNESCO-listed Piazza Armerina, which is famed for its vast and well-preserved Roman mosaics. Continue onwards to Palermo, nestled on the northern coast, and pause on your route for a spot of lunch in Tenuta Geracello. You'll spend three nights at the Hotel Garibaldi.

This morning take a guided walking tour to explore the exotic capital of Palermo. Its fascinating history is reflected in its varied architecture of Arabic, baroque, and art nouveau styles. Be sure to spot the Cathedral, Piazza Pretoria, and Cappella Palatina; before making your way to a 15th-century palace to sample delicious local pastries and the classic limoncello. Later on, continue to Monreale for the chance to see its cathedral - considered one of the best sights of Norman Sicily.

You'll be given the choice whether you'd like to spend the day on an optional excursion that ventures to the summit of Monte Pellegrino and stops by the coastal resort of Mondello. Alternatively, feel free to explore Palmero as you freely as you like. Perhaps sift through Palermo’s jumbled layers of crumbling architecture, along deserted back alleys, then suddenly emerge in the midst of an ebullient street market.

Today you'll travel via Cefalu to notice its striking cathedral en route to Giardini Naxos, which settles itself on an attractive bay backed by Mount Etna. Enjoy your final three nights at the Hellenia Yachting Hotel.

Spend today at leisure or perhaps join in with the optional tour to Cantania. If you're exploring freely today perhaps pay a visit to the historic Castello de Schiso and the 20th-century Santa Maria Immacolata, check out the fascinating Museo E Area Archaeological di Naxos, and follow the nearby sculpture trail inspired by Greek mythology.

Join a fascinating excursion which will take you to visit Mount Etna as well as the Silvestri Craters. Later, enjoy a guided tour of the beautiful resort town of Taormina where you'll have the opportunity to visit a Greek Theatre and take a wander through Corso Umberto.

Finally, today you'll travel to Cantina airport for your return flight to the UK.

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Explore Southern Sicily

8 days, catania to palermo.

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If you’ve ever written down “experience the best of Southern Sicily” on some sort of must-do list, this eight-day adventure will let you emphatically check that box. Featuring a Sicilian cooking class, ancient Roman mosaics, pristinely preserved Greek temples, Medieval towns, and so much more, the only thing this tour is missing (for now) is you.

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Service Level: Standard

Comfortable tourist-class accommodations with character; mix of public and private transport.

Physical Rating: 2 - Light

Light walking and hiking suitable for most fitness levels. Nothing too challenging.

Trip Type: Small Group

Small group experience; Max 16, Avg 12.

Age requirement: 12+

All travellers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

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Day 1 catania.

Arrive at any time. Tonight, meet your CEO and fellow travellers at the welcome meeting, then opt to head out for dinner and enjoy your first Sicilian meal.

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Day 2 catania/syracuse.

Travel to Syracuse, an enchanting city by the Ionian Sea that was once at the centre of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds. Take a cooking class on arrival and learn how to make Arancini — an iconic Sicilian specialty — to enjoy as a light lunch! Later, explore the old town's baroque piazzas and medieval side streets with a CEO-led orientation walk.

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Day 3 syracuse.

Enjoy a full free day in Syracuse. Opt to visit the impressive Parco Archeologico della Neapolis, or travel to nearby Noto, a UNESCO World Heritage listed city renowned for its baroque architecture built with a unique golden limestone.

Day 4 Syracuse/Agrigento

Travel to the baroque city of Ragusa before heading to the medieval hilltop town of Piazza Armerina. Visit the world's most varied collection of Roman mosaics at Villa Romana del Casale. Known for their incredibly well-preserved state "in situ", or in their original location, observe ancient scenes of hunting, fishing and athletics depicted beautifully in mosaic tile. Continue to Agrigento.

Day 5 Agrigento/Trapani

Take a guided tour of the Valley of the Temples, one of Sicily's best-known attractions. Learn the history of this magnificent site as you explore the ruins of its seven temples, nestled on a ridge below Agrigento. Continue to Trapani, stopping en route in Marsala to see some of Europe's oldest salt marshes.

Day 6 Trapani

Enjoy a free day to explore the charms of Trapani and its nearby towns. Opt to cruise the idyllic Egadi Islands, spend the day hiking at a nature reserve filled with local flora and fauna, or hop on a funicular to explore the walled town of Erice.

Day 7 Trapani/Palermo

Travel to Monreale to visit the 11th century Monreale Cathedral, intricately decorated with thousands of gold mosaic tiles. Admire panoramic views of the Conca d'Oro (Golden Valley) and the Tyrrhenian Sea. Continue to Palermo and enjoy a CEO-led orientation walk upon arrival.

Day 8 Palermo

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What's Included

  • Your Welcome Moment: Welcome Moment - Meet Your CEO and Group
  • Your Hands-On Moment: Arancini Cooking Class, Syracuse
  • Orientation walks in Syracuse and Palermo
  • Visit to Ragusa
  • Villa Romana del Casale Visit
  • Valley of the Temples Guided Tour
  • Monreale Cathedral Visit


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7 breakfasts, 1 lunch Allow USD280-365 for meals not included.


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Treasures of Sicily tour

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One of our most popular Sicily small group tours, Treasures of Sicily is a fully escorted small group tour. Designed to be the perfect introduction to the island, it is a wonderful 12-day journey in a friendly group, taking in all the major sights. We invite you to savour some of the best Sicilian food and wine, help you understand the island’s history and culture and let you marvel at the natural beauty of the landscape. And to join us on what, we believe, is one of the best Sicily tours…

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  • Fully guided tour of Sicily.
  • Small group travel: maximum group size is 12 guests.
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  • UNESCO World heritage sites
  • Accompanied by a Tour manager throughout your journey
  • Tour cost includes entrance fees to main sites/museums
  • Private 17-seater minibus
  • Tour cost includes all hotel city taxes
  • Guided tour of Ortygia & the Neapolis archaeological park, Siracusa
  • Local market in Ortygia
  • Guided tours of the Baroque towns of Noto and Ragusa Ibla
  • Guided tour of the Temples of Agrigento
  • Winery visit with wine tasting
  • Guided tours of Marsala, Erice and Segesta
  • A boat trip to the island of Mozia
  • Visit to Cefalù and the Madonie mountains
  • Guided tour of the Roman mosaics of Villa del Casale, Piazza Armerina
  • Staying in Taormina (not in a nearby town!)
  • Visit to the slopes of Mt Etna
  • 2 nights in a charming small hotel in Ortygia, Siracusa (classic room)
  • 1 night in an agriturismo near Piazza Armerina
  • 2 nights in a boutique hotel in Marsala
  • 3 nights in a boutique hotel (classic room) in Palermo
  • 1 night in Milazzo
  • 2 nights in Taormina (classic room) (see note below)
  • all lunches/breakfasts
  • 9 evening meals are included – 2 evenings are not included
  • Arrival/Departure airport for this tour: Catania airport
  • Transfers and pick-ups/drop-offs from/to the main airport of arrival on the day of arrival/departure of the tour are included
  • Some walking involved – you should be able to walk 5 kilometers without difficulty.

Out route in Sicily

Full Itinerary

Arrival and onward to siracusa (syracuse).

The Treasures of Sicily tour starts with a rendezvous at Catania airport in the afternoon and transfer by minibus on a short drive (1 hour) to our hotel on the island of Ortigia in Siracusa . After a welcome aperitif, we eat a fine sea-food dinner in one of our favourite Siracusan trattorie – which we think is an excellent way to start one of our Sicily tours!

Over dinner, we discuss the importance of the Siracusa in the ancient world. It was one of the earliest Ancient Greek colonies of the Magna Graecia (the diaspora of Greek cities founded as trading outposts of their parent cities) but in the 5th century BC, it grew to be the most powerful city in the whole of Mediterranean.

Overnight in Ortigia, Siracusa.

Guided tour of Ortigia & the Neapolis archaeological park, Siracusa

We start the day with a visit one of the largest and best preserved of all Greek theatres in the whole of the Hellenic world and a remarkable cavern known as L’Orecchio di Dionisio – which, according to a legend started by Caravaggio no less, was used as a prison by the tyrant Dionysius and allowed him to eavesdrop on his captives.

In the late morning, we return to Ortigia where we visit the vibrant food market before enjoying our lunch.

In the afternoon, we strolling through the streets of Ortigia – rubbing shoulders with Greek Mythology, contemplating temples and admiring stunning Baroque and Renaissance architecture and marvelling at Sicily’s most beautiful piazza. Then we visit the cathedral, once the temple of Athena, and thus arguably the oldest building in the world in use for Christian worship.

There is free time in the late afternoon – perhaps for visiting the city art gallery, the Castello Maniace or maybe just shopping or enjoying an ice-cream in spectacular Piazza Duomo.

Evening meal. Overnight in Ortigia, Siracusa.

The Sicilian Baroque: Noto, Modica and Ragusa Ibla.

We make an early start, driving through a landscape of rolling meadows and drystone walls that will be familiar to fans of Inspector Montalbano .

Much of the Eastern part of Sicily was completely destroyed in an earthquake in 1693 and the towns and churches were subsequently rebuilt in a flamboyant style characteristic of Sicilian Baroque. Our first stop of the day, Noto , was even rebuilt as a completely new city 15km from its original site and has a homogeneity and regularity of street-pan unrivalled in Sicilian architecture.

Our journey then takes us to Modica for lunch, and there is time afterwards to enjoy the spectacular view of the city, dominated by the magnificent church of San Giorgio.

We then continue our journey westwards to Ragusa Ibla . Ragusa was also rebuilt after the 1693 earthquake, but in this case, it is the old part of the town that we visit. We take a stroll through the winding streets of Ragusa Ibla before continuing our journey to our overnight accommodation.

Evening meal and overnight in a winery near Piazza Armerina.


Roman Mosaics at the Villa del Casale, Piazza Armerina and The Valley of the Temples, Agrigento: some of the finest Doric Greek temples surviving

We make an early start from the winery and drive to the Roman Villa del Casale at Piazza Armerina (1 hour) – a hunting lodge from Roman times endowed with the some of the most incredible Roman mosaics anywhere, quite breathtaking in their scope and in the imagery they portray.

After lunch nearby, we drive to Agrigento (1.5 hours) for lunch

In the afternoon, we venture among some of the finest Greek temples in the whole of the Mediterranean. We walk the whole stretch of the Valle dei Templi , starting with the beautiful Temple of Hera, moving on to the breathtaking Temple of Concordia – perfectly preserved and beautifully sited with fine views over almond groves and the sea and onwards until we reach the Temple of Zeus – the largest Doric temple ever built.

After our visit with travel onwards to Marsala where we stay the night.

Evening meal and overnight in Marsala.


The Phoenicians at Mozia and Garibaldi in Marsala

We start the morning in Marsala or Marsa Allāh (God’s harbour) as it was known to the Arabs. Marsala has earned its place in Italian history books as being the site where Garibaldi landed with his Thousand when he began his conquest of Sicily in 1860. Its history is also entwined with the stories of Nelson, and a handful of English wine merchants throughout the 19th century who made the name of Marsala synonymous with the wine we know today.

We drive north to visit a series of atmospheric saltpans. Started by the Phoenicians, the salt industry of Western Sicily became one of the most prolific in the Mediterranean and was crucial to the preservation of the tuna caught off the west coast of Sicily.

In the afternoon we visit the magical island of Mozia . Lying just a few hundred metres off the shore of Sicily and rising at its highest point to just a few metres above sea level, the island of Mozia was once the Carthaginian capital of Sicily – until its destruction by Dionysius in 379 BC.


Erice and Segesta: Elymian Sicily

We start the day with a drive to Erice.

Walking through the maze of cobbled streets that make up the medieval town of Erice , we pause to look into some of the most charming churches in Sicily, before arriving at the Castle – once the site of a statue Venus Ericina and home to an ancient fertility cult. From the ramparts of the castle we enjoy some spectacular views over the west of Sicily – Trapani, the salt pans, Mozia, Marsala.

In the afternoon, we drive to Segesta (1 hour) to visit what is perhaps the most beautifully sited Greek temple in the world. After musing on its origins in this Elymian city, we move onward to Palermo.

Evening meal and overnight in the historic centre of Palermo.

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Walking tour of Palermo

Today we enjoy the marvels of Sicily’s largest and most important city: Palermo . Until the end of the nineteenth century, the city was surprisingly small and compact, which makes it perfect for exploring on foot.

Palermo is everything you would imagine it to be – chaotic, noisy, exotic, colourful. But the rewards of taking time to explore this incredible city are enormous. Indeed, we would go as far as saying that no visit to Sicily is complete without it. Founded by the Carthaginians, its history is as old as the island – but most of what we are in Palermo to see, dates from the Norman period and later.

We begin with a visit to the Ballarò market where we enjoy a raucous exposition of colour, smells and stall-holders advertising their wares in the local dialect.

Once we have had our fill of the market, we stroll to the Quattro Canti and the so-called “ Fountain of Shame ” in Piazza Pretoria, before visiting the church of the Martorana : with some of the finest Byzantine/Norman mosaics in all Sicily. As we stroll through the medieval city, our guide tells us about the cosmopolitan nature of the medieval city and explains the important contributions of the Arabs, the Jews and the Greeks to the city’s infrastructure: its water supply, it’s economy, and even its diet.

After lunch there is a chance to visit some of the “Serpotta” churches or perhaps the Teatro Massimo .

Alternatively, you are free to either relax or to stroll the streets of Palermo – perhaps visiting the Botanic gardens or the Piazza Marina.

This evening you are free to dine as you wish. Overnight in the historic centre of Palermo.

The Normans in Sicily: Monreale Cathedral and the Palatine Chapel

We drive the short distance to the Cathedral of Monreale (30 mins) – one of the greatest extant examples of Norman architecture in the world.

According to legend, in 1174, the Madonna appeared before the young Norman King William II and led him to a spot where his father had buried a considerable treasure. She instructed him to put it to good use and hence William founded this startling religious monument, high above the fertile Conca d’Oro . It was finished in less than ten years and a bustling medieval village soon sprang up around it.

After visiting the cathedral of Monreale, we descend into the city of Palermo .

We visit the Norman Palace and the Palatine Chapel – surely one of the wonders of Norman architecture anywhere in the world – with its incredible juxtaposition of Byzantine mosaics and beautiful arab paintings in the ceiling.

Evening meal in a local restauarant and overnight in the historical centre of Palermo.

Cefalù, Castelbuono and the Madonie Mountains

We leave Palermo and drive (1.5 hours) to the town of Castelbuono , where several scenes of the film Cinema Paradiso were shot. We then drive onward through the beautiful Madonie mountains to one of our favourite lunch spots, before descending to the coast once again to the town of Cefalù where we visit the splendid Norman cathedral and the beautiful medieval town.

After our visit to Cefalù, we travel onward to Milazzo.

We eat in a local restaurant and stay in Milazzo.

Capo Milazzo and Milazzo Castle

Every Italian schoolchild knows the importance of Milazzo in their country’s history. It was the scene of the decisive battle in the Risorgimento which saw Garibaldi’s red-shirts defeat the Bourbons and lead the way to the unification of Italy. Though there little is left of the scene of the battle, the recently-restored castle in Milazzo (one of the largest in Europe) is one of the lesser-known wonders of Sicily. We spend a pleasant couple of hours in the early morning visiting this castle.

After a light lunch, we drive to Taormina (1 hour) which is justifiably famous as one of the most splendid locations in Sicily. After settling in to the hotel there will be an opportunity to visit the splendid Greek theatre. In the later afternoon you have free time to stroll through the corso of Taormina and enjoy the rest of the afternoon as you wish.

Free evening and overnight in Taormina.

Temple of Concordia, Agrigento

Mt. Etna ~ the largest Volcano in Europe

For those who wish, in the morning, we explore the slopes of Mount Etna , hearing about the fascinating geology of this, the highest volcano in Europe. There is an opportunity to take the cable car and jeeps to within 300m of the summit (ticket not included in the tour price).

We return in the early afternoon to Taormina when there will be free time to enjoy the town or the swimming pool at the hotel.

Farewell dinner in a local restaurant. Overnight in Taormina.

We end our Sicily tour travelling back to Catania airport (1 hour) from whence we say our goodbyes and depart.

For those whose travel is not until the evening, it is possible to enjoy a free day in Taormina – perhaps relaxing by the pooling or strolling the corso until it is time to drive to the airport.

Please note: this is the standard itinerary, but individual tour programmes may differ slightly to take account of local festivals, closing times and availability.

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We enjoyed ourselves and that is the principal objective in any holiday. Travelling in April meant that the weather was perfect for us - not too hot. The hotels were good - the Mercure in Palermo and the one in Agrigento excellent. Either lunch or dinner was laid on and we're of a high standard. The sites we visited were truly impressive although sometimes a little fleeting. Sicily is a big island so we did spend a lot of time on the coach. Thankfully we had a smart vehicle, Dino the driver was brilliant but the most plaudits have to go to Angelo the tour guide. Angelo was in turns helpful, informative, knowledgeable and great company. He went out of his way on a number of occasions to assist members of our party be it with lost property, illness or other mishaps. The tour was great value and I would strongly recommend.
Very well organised tour. Communications were timely and clear. Hotels were in very well chosen locations with comfortable rooms and excellent breakfasts. Local guides were informative.Transport in mini-vans was efficient and comfortable.
Good guides and good hotel and meals. Didn't expect my initial group of 30 to swell to 45 a few days later. Such a large number made visiting sites difficult. Didn't have listening devices for the first 3 days. Couldn't hear guides very well. Didn't expect to have to pay entrance fees. Web site should make that clear. Loved the selection of sited we visited.

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"Angelo was a friendly, informative guide and we felt safe in the hands of Pino our driver. The inclusions stated visits to the UNESCO archeological sites but the entrance fees were not . This was confusing and an added cost we were not expecting. So you need 90euro in entrance fees and 20 euro in city taxes. About $180au per person extra.

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"Very well organised tour. Communications were timely and clear. Hotels were in very well chosen locations with comfortable rooms and excellent breakfasts. Local guides were informative.Transport in mini-vans was efficient and comfortable.

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