The 7-day tour of Sicily brings together the grand remnants of the Roman Empire and Italy's natural reservoirs. Visit the famous spots of Palermo, Catania, Marsala, Taormina, Siracusa, Agrigento, and the world's largest active volcano at Mt. Etna. This itinerary is a dream come alive for every luxury traveler.
Witness wolrd's largest active volcano
Experience World-class automobiles at Museo MOGAM
Explore salt mines and windmills at Marsala Road
Explore the famous Arab-Norman Cathedral, Martorana Church, and Pretoria Square
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On arrival at Catania, reach the hotel in a private transfer with your tour guide. Catania is a port city situated on the East coast of Sicily. Visit the famous Museo MOGAN. Take a private guided tour and learn about the history of the underground Catania. Proceed to the Piazza Del Duomo, featuring the whimsical Fontana Dell Elefante. The fish market at the southwest corner of the square, known as the La Pescheria, houses some famous seafood restaurants, where you will have lunch.
For the rest of the day, you will explore the small Island of Ortigia, which is also the historical place of Siracusa. You return to Catania for dinner and a night's stay in the evening.
Day 2: Visiting Mount Etna
After breakfast, your private guide will take you to the mighty Mount Etna, the tallest active volcano on Earth. You will also be walking on some dead, inactive volcanoes here. Visit the beekeeping farms near Etna and buy local honey.
Visit the Taormina, where you can have lunch in a traditional restaurant. Visit the Greek Theatre to view the famous Naxos Gulf. Drive along the famous Riviera Dei Ciclopi and follow back to your famous hotel for a night's stay.
Day 3: Visiting Historical Sites of Catania
After breakfast, take a tour of the historical places of Catania, which has some UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Cathedral, followed by the Liotru Statue at University Square. Move on to the famous Via Dei Crociferi and Saint Benedict Monastery. Taste the local cuisine and have your lunch.
After lunch, visit Cefalu, which is a sea village. In the evening, you would go to Palermo and spend the night in a luxury hotel.
Day 4: Visiting Monreale and Palermo
Your private guide will take you to Monreale to view Arab Norman Cathedral, Martorana Church, and Pretoria Square. Have a delicious lunch at Focacceria Di San Francesco, followed by wine tasting in Marsala. You will spend the night in a luxurious hotel.
Day 5: Strolling the Marsala Salt Road
In the morning, your agent would take you to Marsala. Meander on Marsala Salt Road, where there is an abundance of salt mines and Windmills. Later, you will proceed to Stagnone Island and Selinunte, to visit the archaeological park. After lunch, you will visit Agrigento and the Valley of the Temple, which has the ruins of ancient Akragas. Return to your hotel for dinner.
Day 6: Visiting the Agrigento and the Piazza Armerina Ragusa
After breakfast, visit the Piazza Armerina, a small Italian Village. You will also see the Villa Romana Del Casale, famous for its Roman Mosaics. After lunch, you will visit the Ragusa Ibla, a Baroque town on the Island and a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. The village has a total of 50 churches that have baroque architecture. In the evening, you return to Catania and have dinner at the hotel.
Day 7: Departure
To guarantee a seamless departure, your private guide will leave you off at the airport.