Explore Palermo, Taormina, Siracusa, and Mount Etna on this immersive tour of the Mediterranean’s largest island
Discover the Mediterranean's largest island, where citrus and
olive groves stretch into the distance and lush pine forests
contrast with sweeping bays, red volcanic rocks and the dramatic
backdrop of snow-capped Mount Etna.
As well as spectacular natural landscapes, Sicily is home to a
mix of ancient Roman and Greek ruins and intricately carved Baroque
palazzos and restaurants that showcase Italian food at its finest,
offering up seafood fresh from the Mediterranean Sea that surrounds
Your adventure begins with a guided tour of Agrigento's Greek
ruins in the Valley of the Temples, one of the world's greatest
archaeological sites. Marvel at the UNESCO World Heritage Site,
which includes the wonderfully preserved Temple of Concordia.
You'll then travel through the rugged wild landscapes of the
island's north coast, on your way to the historic city of Palermo.
Here you'll find a heady mix of influences, from Arabia to Europe.
See the Palatine Chapel, the royal chapel of the Norman kings of
Sicily; marvel at the gold leaf mosaics of Monreale; and take in
the sights and scents of the city's lively street markets.
Also on the itinerary are Siracusa, with its wonderful limestone
buildings, and Taormina, which towers 250 metres above the
Last but not least is a visit to Europe's highest volcano, the
spectacular Mount Etna, which dominates the eastern side of the
island. You'll drive as near to the snow-capped summit as possible,
where you'll be rewarded with unforgettable views across the