Erice and Segesta Day Trip from Palermo with Sicilian Food and Wine Tasting
Duration: 8 hours
Discover the best of western Sicily on a day trip to Erice and Segesta from Palermo. Be wowed by the views from Erice, a walled medieval mountain town that overlooks the picturesque Trapani harbor. Visit an olive oil producer and enjoy a typical Sicilian lunch, as well as tastings of locally produced oil and wine. Spend the afternoon at the archaeological site of Segesta. Discover the unfinished temple at your leisure and soak up dreamy views of Sicily’s sun-drenched valleys and hills.
Agrigento and Valley of the Temples Day Trip from Palermo
Duration: 9 hours
Immerse yourself in ancient Sicilian history with a visit to Agrigento’s Valley of the Kings. The day trip from Palermo includes a pamphlet at the UNESCO-listed archaeological site. Learn the tales of the Carthaginians and Romans as they battled for power of the city, and see prehistoric artifacts inside Agrigento Archaeological Museum. Entrance fees are at your own expense.
Segesta Erice and Salt Pans Full Day Excursion
Discover three of the most beautiful sites of Western Sicily: Segesta, Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani and the Mediavial hill-top town of Erice.
Full-Day Agrigento Round Trip Tour from Palermo
Explore the historic beauty of Agrigento with this 8-hour trip from Palermo. Also visit the village of Enna and see a Roman villa in Piazza Armerina before returning to Palermo.
Private Self-Guided Tour of Cefalu, Santo Stefano di Camastra and Corleone from Palermo
Explore Cefalù, Corleone, and Santo Stefano di Camastra on this 8-hour self-guided day trip from Palermo. Despite the small size of Cefalù, it attracts millions of tourists every year from all parts of Sicily, Italy, and Europe. There is a youthful atmosphere and a lively nightlife. Parts of The Godfather movies were filmed in the village of Corleone.
Agrigento Day Trip from Palermo
Duration: 10 hours
Leave Palermo behind for a day trip to Agrigento, home to Sicily’s most fascinating archaeological area. Visit the Archaeological Museum of Agrigento, where an extensive collection of artifacts offers insight into the splendors of the ancient Greek colony of Akragas, which once stood on this site. Continue your education at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Valley of the Temples, home to an expansive array of Greek ruins. Stroll through the archaeological complex and view a series of impressive Doric temples.
Mt Etna and Taormina Day Trip from Cefalu
Duration: 13 hours
Visit Europe’s tallest active volcano, Mt Etna, and the charming Sicilian resort town of Taormina on this day trip from Cefalu. Enjoy a scenic drive up the UNESCO World Heritage-listed volcano and take an optional cable car and jeep ride to the summits smoking craters. Then spend the afternoon exploring Taormina, Sicily’s most popular summer destination known for its unspoiled natural beauty and incredible ancient Greek theater overlooking the Gulf of Naxos.
Monreale and Palermo Day Trip from Cefalu
Duration: 11 hours
Discover a fantastic mix of Arab-Norman, Byzantine and Baroque history and architecture on this day trip from Cefalu to Monreale and Palermo, Sicily’s capital. Enjoy a scenic coach drive along the Tyrrhenian Sea to Monreale to visit magnificent Monreale Cathedral, one of the finest Norman churches in the world. Follow with a walking tour of Palermo’s highlights such as Mercato di Capo market, La Martorana church and the mysterious Capuchin Catacombs.
Sicilian Countryside Day Trip from Cefalu Including Lunch
Duration: 12 hours
Enjoy a change of scenery on this day trip from the Tyrrhenian coastal town of Cefalu, just east of Palermo, to the rugged Madonie mountain countryside. Experience the rural lifestyle of northern Sicily as you explore medieval villages, admire the idyllic green hills of Madonie Regional Natural Park and visit a dairy farm for a fresh ricotta cheese tasting. End with a traditional Sicilian lunch in the fresh mountain air.
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