Etna Tour

Adventures on Mount Etna

Witness the molten lavas of Mount Etna, the largest volcano in Europe.

Our tour takes you along the Alcantara canyon, which features wonderful waterfalls. Pass through villages dramatically located on Etna’s lower slopes. Climb even higher and explore craters and lava caverns.

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The Godfather Tour

Discover the famous locations from the iconic movie.

Trace the scenes of this cult classic on our fascinating tour. Stop at Coppola’s favourite Bar Vitelli for a lemon granita. Admire St Lucia church, where Apollonia and Michael Corleone were married.

Water Sports Italy

Paddle-Surfing

A favourite pastime among locals, stand atop a surfboard and use a paddle to propel yourself through the shimmering waters.

This relaxing activity is a great, full-body workout. It can even be combined with yoga meditations for a truly blissful experience.

Historic Places Sicily

Isola Bella

This beautiful island near Taormina is a natural reserve, protected by WWF.

Also called the Pearl of the Ionian Sea, it is connected to the mainland by a narrow path of sand that is constantly shaped by streams and tides.

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Greek Theatre

Enjoy a show at the ancient Greek Theatre in Taormina.

This wonderfully-preserved amphitheatre, with Mount Etna as its backdrop, is a memorable environment in which to enjoy performances.

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Italy Excursions

Castelmola

Discover the beautiful village of Castelomola perched high above Taormina. Nestled at the summit of Mount Tauro, this ruin is believed to sit on an ancient acropolis.

Sip a glass of the local almond wine in Bar Turrisi as you watch the sun set.

Excursions in Sicily

Baroque Sicily Tour

Tour the ornate, baroque architecture of Sicily in a Fiat 500, Italy’s favourite car.

Throw open the sunroof and head to Modica and Noto, where you can explore the shopping streets before arriving at the breathtaking Cathedral of San Giorgio.

Things To Do In Sicily

Cefalù

Visit the beautiful unspoilt village of Cefalù.

Explore the meandering medieval streets, which overlook the rugged coastline. The centerpiece is the 12-century Norman Cathedral.

Historic Sicily

Catania

Sicily’s second city is remarkable for its Baroque buildings made from volcanic rock.

Highlights include the Norman Duomo with its façade by Vaccarini and wonderful vistas of Mount Etna from Piazza del Duomo. Enjoy fresh seafood at the famous fish market, or browse the main shopping street, Via Etnea.