Journey south down Sicily’s eastern coast and marvel at the abundant cultural, natural and historical gems of the Mediterranean’s largest island
Explore Sicily, the Mediterranean's largest island, where
sprawling olive and citrus groves meet verdant pine forests and red
volcanic cliffs against the breathtaking backdrop of snow-capped
Beyond its heavenly natural beauty, Sicily boasts a variety of
ancient Roman and Greek ruins alongside exquisite Baroque palazzos
and excellent restaurants which dish up the finest of Italian
cuisine, with abundant fresh seafood from the surrounding
On this eight-day adventure specially designed for solo
travellers, you'll see some of the island's most incredible sights
and historic gems with the company of an expert tour manager.
Your journey begins with a visit to Agrigento's Valley of the
Temples, a renowned archaeological wonder housing the remarkably
preserved Temple of Concordia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You'll then make your way along the island's easter coastline to
Ragusa, a pretty hilltop city with an old town and a new town
sitting on adjacent hills, Noto, a town which appears to glow gold
in the sun due to its limestone buildings, and Siracusa, where
you'll discover the beautiful island old town of Ortigia.
A highlight will be three nights in Taormina, one of Sicily's
most stylish towns, perched on a hilltop close to Mount Etna.
Sicily's crowning glory and the highest volcano in Europe, Mount
Etna is a fascinating natural monument, and you'll wind up through
its foothills admiring its otherworldly landscapes.
Throughout the trip, you'll be staying at carefully chosen
four-star hotels, two with an outdoor swimming pool, and all with
excellent dining facilities where you'll enjoy breakfast and dinner
each day with your fellow travellers.