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via C. Colombo 1,
95027 - San Gregorio di Catania (CT) - Italy
Catania, the second center of the island located in the shadow of Etna, Taormina, considered by many to be "the pearl of Sicily" and Syracuse, defined by Cicero as "the most beautiful of the cities of Magna Graecia", represent 3 important places of historical, artistic and cultural interest, but also a strategic choice for a comfortable exploration of Eastern Sicily.
One trusted guide, upon request, will show you this enchanting island and will guide you through magical cities such as Catania, Taormina and Palermo, in fantastic excursions on the famous Mount Etna, in visits to the millenary temples of Agrigento and Selinunte and to discover the crystal clear sea of the incredible Aeolian islands.
No matter how long you stay: time will never seem enough!
The visit of Catania on foot in a combination of culture, flavors and folklore in the shadow of Etna.
During a pleasant walk in the company of a qualified guide, you will get to know the suggestive historical center of Catania.
You will walk the lava stone streets that cross the beating heart of the Etna city, full of elegant buildings and Baroque churches. You will visit the Roman amphitheater, the Ursino castle, the Benedictine monastery and the Piazza del Duomo, famous for the obelisk with the elephant, the symbol of the city.
During the day you will be able to enjoy a lunch based on Catania delicacies and discover the Piscarìa, a fish market with an Arab connotation: an authentic melting pot full of sounds, intense aromas and typically Sicilian folklore.
Etna and Taormina
Do not miss the opportunity to take the day trip to Etna and Taormina!
The highest volcano in Europe: you can choose to visit Etna by discovering the south side to admire the fascinating Silvestri craters up close or combine an off-road experience with a pleasant walk to see the signs of recent eruptions on the north side.
Emotions at the Adventure park
The eco-sustainable adventure park "Monti Rossi Adventure Park" is located in Nicolosi, in the Monti Rossi pine forest. Walking and twirling among the foliage on a log, gliding silently hanging from a carucola or facing the thrill of an upside-down path in complete safety and respect for nature. Walk on wooden walkways set at various heights and cross Tibetan bridges. All this is the Monti Rossi Adventure Park. Our customers can take advantage of discounted rates. For more information, please visit the Adventure Park website: www.montirossietnaadventurepark.it
Piazza Armerina and Caltagirone
One of the most fascinating trips organized in Eastern Sicily among the most refined ceramics and mosaics in the world!
Piazza Armerina is a small town full of ancient churches and palaces, known above all for the Villa Romana del Casale, a Unesco heritage site. The Villa, dating back to the 4th century, is rich in magnificent mosaics depicting numerous scenes from classical mythology.
You will visit the nearby Caltagirone, a town famous in the world for its highly refined ceramic tradition. Here you will admire the marvelous staircase of S. Maria del Monte which leads to the Cathedral by means of 142 lava steps decorated with precious majolica depicting floral and geometric motifs.
Etna Tour with
Guided tours of Etna which, with its 3350 meters of height, is the highest volcano in Europe: an unmissable stop within your organized trip to Sicily!
You can choose to visit Etna by discovering the south side to admire the fascinating Silvestri craters up close. The Etna area is rich in vineyards and cellars where you can taste fine native wines and local products.
Ciclopi and Acitrezza
One of the most beautiful day trips in Eastern Sicily!
A boat trip along the legendary Ulysses Route to discover a coast rich in myths and natural treasures.
You will discover the Timpa nature reserve, the Lachea island and the other stacks which according to tradition were thrown by Polyphemus against the Homeric hero.