The agency co-operates with different tour operators within Italy and abroad, providing the possibility to visit all the beauties and attractions of Sicily.
It's possible to call a guide or an assistant upon your request. A native language speaker will accompany you during the travel, taking care about you, and will assist you to learn Sicily.
Beautifully layed on a rocky plateau 200 mt. up the sea level, Taormina has a wonderful position overlooking the bay of Naxos and mount Etna...Read more
Mount Etna is an active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, close to Messina and Catania. It is the highest active volcano in Europe...Read more
Sicily's regional capital and largest city, Palermo is perhaps best compared to a rough, uncut jewel. Its beauty has to be revealed through careful discovery...Read more
Across the Alcantara Valley overhangs Mount Etna, while along the road that offers beautiful landscapes, and characteristic villages...Read more
Founded in the late 729 b.c. from the Greeks Chalcidian in a fertil plain at the foot of Mount Etna, Catania boasts a millenary history characterized by many dominations...Read more
Cefalù is a small town located on the northern coast of Sicily. The name 'Cephaloedium' derived from the characteristic shape of the majestic Rocca of Cefalù...Read more
Whoever arrives in Caltagirone can't miss a presence that invades the city : The Ceramic, which dominates not just shops ...Read more
In its ancient history, the city has had four names: κράγας for the Greeks, Agrigentum for the Romans, Gergent for the Arabs...Read more
Scala dei Turchi”, the white-cliff on which wind and rain carved a natural staircase surrounded by crystal clear waters...Read more
We will start from Noto Sicily, the main street of Noto, Corso Vittorio Emanuele and is divided into three squares. In each square a church....Read more
Segesta is situated on Mount Barbaro overlooking a picturesque valley and was, alonside Erice, one of the most important cities for the Elymians...Read more
The tour will start from the small but interesting town of Savoca; first thing to see is the 'Bar Vitelli', where you can sit down and taste a fresh granita...Read more
I day: Landing in Catania, we'll visit the south side mount Etna and then we'll go to Taormina and Castelmola...Read more