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Mount Etna Sud Cable Car

Mount Etna Cable Car & Jeep Experience

Ascend Etna Sud by cable car for a scenic journey up the volcano, then continue to the near crater height of 2,900m in 4×4 Jeeps where an Alpine Guide will explain the volcanic features of Etna....
Alcantara Gorge

Alcantara Gorge

The deep, 150m-long Alcantara River Gorge is a geographical gem. Impressive 50m-high gorge walls comprise of magnificent examples of dark grey columnar basalt. Great for investigating drainage basins...
Aeolian Islands

Lipari, Panarea & Stromboli Islands Boat Trip

This scenic boat trip starts with Lipari, the largest of the Aeolian Islands and home to pumice quarries, obsidian outcrops and colourful fumaroles. Continue to Panarea, the smallest and most...
Taormina

Taormina

Taormina is one of Sicily’s most famous settlements, perched high above the coastline. Stroll along its perfectly preserved medieval streets and visit the Greek Amphitheatre, a World Heritage...
Vulcano

Vulcano

Discover the soul of the Aeolian Islands with a trip to Vulcano. Groups can choose to take a guided trek up Gran Cratere, peruse the shops and cafes or bathe in the warm mud puddle.
Agrigento

National Archaeological Museum

Explore Agrigento’s rich Greek and Roman history at the Archaeological Museum, which displays a range of pieces found throughout the Agrigento region, such as local pottery and vases. You’ll also...
Siracusa

Siracusa Archaeological Park

Home to the stunning Greek Theatre (5th century AD) and Roman Amphitheatre (3rd century AD) Siracusa Archaeological Park is one of the greatest archaeological sites in Italy. Take the time to walk...
Valley of the Temples, Agrigento

Valley of the Temples, Agrigento

The magnificent remains found at the Valley of the Temples are the legacy of the Greek colony that was established here in 581 BC and subsequently taken over by the Romans in 201 BC. A visit will let...