• Sicily
    • 3-4 day trip
    • Italy
    •   The Valley of the Temples
    •   Visit the fish market
    •   Hiking on Mount Etna
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Sicily
  • 3-4 day trip
  • Italy

Incentive Sicily: Fascinating Sicily is a mysterious and beautiful island. The largest island in the Mediterranean is located in the boot of Italy. Sicily is dominated by the volcano Etna and has many wonderful towns and villages such as Palermo, Catania and Taormina. The island offers a beautiful scenery, ancient temples, lovely beaches and here you can enjoy the delicious Italian cuisine.

Travel Example

Day 1. Your flight to Sicily, transfer to the hotel and check in. We have lunch at a restaurant near the fish market in Catania and in the afternoon we go for a sailing trip. In the evening we can have dinner at the beach.

Day 2. After breakfast we visit the Etna. By bus we go to the foot of Mount Etna, then take the cable car up the vulcano. At the top we make a hike of 4 hours including a lunchbreak. After such an effort we deserve some extra relaxing time and a well deserved delicious pizza in a rural area.

Day 3. After breakfast we attend a tour across the island. We visit the Tempeldal of Agrigento, the Cathedral of Cefalu, some beautiful beaches and we have scheduled some time for swimming and snorkeling.

Day 4. All good things come to an end, and so we will check out after breakfast, Afterwards you can do whatever you like this morning before we go for our transfer back to the airport. Our return flight is in the afternoon.

Additional options

Activities: Hiking on Mount Etna, playing Golf / Golf Clinic, do Beach Sports, a Jeep Tour, a Sailing trip or Dolphin Tour. Pizza baking?

Excursions: to the Salt Fields Trapani, a visit to Valley of the Temples, a cruise with a lunch / BBQ, an Island Tour, visit the Fish market

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