Explore Sicily on its own or as part of a longer itinerary including the Italian mainland. Bursting with the remnants and architectural styles of ancient civilisations, be enthralled by Byzantine churches, Baroque buildings, majestic volcanic landscapes, azure bays and dramatic coastlines. Explore Palermo, tour Greek ruins and feast on local flavours with intense views - the 'Pearl of Southern Italy' has it all.
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Must do Sicily experiences and highlights
Palermo’s Eclectic Style
Explore the mix of Byzantine mosaics, Arab domes and Norman palace walls in eclectic Palermo. Capture the flavours of the city at the Arab market.
Enjoy a local tasting of Sicily’s most famous street food, the arancino, in Catania. A source of pride and rivalry between Catania and Palermo.
Wander the winding, steep streets of Corleone, in the shadow of Rocca Busambra. Infamous for its Mafia bosses, fictional and real, visit the anti-Mafia museum.
Taormina Riviera Views
Find your seat in the ancient Greek Theatre and breathe in the dramatic views over the Taormina coastline and the live performances of nearby Mount Etna. Set high on the cliff, colour and beauty is all around.
Valley of the Temples
Join a local expert in the Valley of the Temples, Sicily's finest Greek archaeological site. Marvel at the impressive Temple of Concordia and the clifftop Temple of Juno overlooking the sea in this World heritage-listed site.
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“Southern Italy Surprises”
In reality 2 tours with 2 different tour coaches and directors. First observation is that September is now pretty much part of high season, so perhaps these days the slowdown really starts towards the end of September. Tour 1 was Rome and Amalfi Coast area. Hotel in Rome not great but close to Villa Borghese museum (100% must see) and bus lines to take you to the heart of Rome. Optional excursion to Tivoli Gardens a must do. Sorrento and Amalfi Coast are tourist ghettos but still worth seeing once. ...read more Hotel in Sorrento OK. Anacapri and Isle of Capri lovely and hotel was great. First tour director not really that helpful. Tour 2 was the Sicily extension - a really good tour. Sicily is unspoilt and shows a more traditional part of Italy with lovely scenery. Second Tour Director and the hotels were good. The optional Sicilian restaurant nights were good fun. We jumped off the tour after the Naples guided walk and spent 4 days in Naples. An incredible city, great fun, so much grand history and energy . Don't believe any bad press about Naples, no worse than any other big city, we could have spent a week in Naples.
“Enjoyable trip of Sicily”
I enjoyed this trip. A combination of busy touristy places and smaller locations. Wonderful guide, who spoke perfect Italian with an English accent. Lovely driver as well. The highlight for me was the Cathedral at Monreale - as the local guide said, you could spend a day talking about this Cathedral with its 24 carat gold edging & mosaic tiles, telling the stories of the times. Also I was there in Palermo at the annual Festival of St Rosalie, and the street lighting was beautiful. The accommodation ...read more was great. Unfortunately there was a heat wave in Europe when I travelled in July, but I did find Sicily cooler than where I had come from (Greece). The included dinners in Sicily were wonderful. I have used Insight quite often in the past, and will use them again next year for one of my trips. Global Journeys always does a great job with booking, and Yvonne is lovely in that she sent me a paper copy of my documents, as I like to hold paper in my hand (I know I am old school).
“Great trip, so many hisorical sights”
Enjoyed this trip tremendously. Great food, tours and company. Sicily is so interesting. Well organised. Would have liked the tour to start and finish near the airport.
“La Dolce Vita in Sicily”
This island is colourful, interesting and very welcoming... just like its inhabitants. Local food is delicious and always served with a smile. The trip was well paced and at the end we felt satisfied that we had seen the best sights. Our tour guide, Anne Kennedy, was truly superb and ensured all went smoothly. She shared her knowledge of this region with grace and wit and we appreciated all she did for us. I would happily revisit Sicily in future.