This short tour spotlights the key monuments of Ortigia, from ancient Greece to Modern times. The itinerary covers the ruins of Apollo’s temple, the oldest temple in the Western Mediterranean, the Fountain Arethusa, which faces the Great Harbour, and the Jewish quarter. This fascinating stroll ends at a local enoteca for a traditional aperitif, a chance to become acquainted with Sicilian wines!
The cathedral of Monreale was one of the architectural wonders of the Middle Ages. It took hundreds of fine craftsmen from Sicily, Byzantine and Greece to make what is one of the world’s largest concentration of mosaic scenes. After visiting this World Heritage site, we will head off to an atypical wine estate for a memorable wine degustation and lunch
On this tour, take in the amazing picturesque scenery of Lo Stagnone nature reserve (sandwiched between Trapani and Marsala), stroll through the fascinating archaeological site on the islet of Mozia, and taste excellent natural wines and food.
A magnificent trip on the Mount Etna, walking on the edge of extinct craters, inside lava caves, and up to the breathtaking sceneries of Valle del Bove. In the afternoon, a visit to a winery that will give you some insight into the stunning diversity of the Etna’s wine-making traditions.