Sicily, the biggest island in the Mediterranean, is a melting pot of cultures, where Greek and Arab influences can be found in the architecture, in the ancient ruins from different civilizations and in the unique cuisine; a land where the earth spills fire from ancient volcanoes and the sun warms the emerald waters of the Mediterranean sea; a region of archaeological wonders, marvellous baroque towns and rich, ancient traditions. But Sicily is not only a place of extraordinary monuments, enchantingly beautiful scenery and beautiful towns, it is also a land that offers an incredible variety of excellent vintages, ancient cellars and vineyards, typical dishes and traditional foods rediscovered in their original style.
Note – We suggest to add a car rental to this itinerary


  • 7 night accommodation
  • 12 meals: 7 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
  • 4 guided tastings of Slow Food wines and/or Presidia products from the Sicily region
  • 1 private guided tour (2 hours) of Valley of the Temples Archaeological Park, Agrigento
  • 1 private guided tour (2 hours) of Taormina
  • Entrance fees to the Valley of the Temples Archaeological Park, Agrigento ; Greek theatre, Taormina

Not included · Flights · Car rental · city tax · beverages · gratuities · entrance fees to monuments and museums · travel insurance

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Arrival to your hotel in Palermo. Time to settle in, and welcome dinner or in a typical local restaurant recommended by the hotel. (D)
Accommodation: Palermo for 3 nights


Departure for Marsala, the city renowned for its wine production of the same name. Visit a winery in Rilievo (Trapani), for wine tasting (included). An experience that will change your concept of wine tourism. Free time to stroll through the centre of the old town. Lunch in a typical local restaurant. We suggest you to proceed to Erice, a magnificent medieval city in a spectacular setting. Walk through the streets of the centre of the town and visit the Pasticceria Maria Grammatico, an old pastry shop that offers recipes from the Antico Convento. Try some of the typical local delights such as almond pastries filled with candied lemon, Cannoli, Zibbibo (local wine) and the famous “brutti ma buoni” (“ugly but tasty”) cookies. Return to the hotel and overnight stay. (B/L)


Morning departure for Pollina to visit a farmhouse. Stop for lunch. After lunch visit the farm and hear the extraordinary story of how the ancient pastries and desserts were prepared with the Manna (Slow Food Presidium), accompanied by some samples. Back to Palermo and free time to stroll around the streets in the centre of the city. We suggest you to try the pastries at the Pasticceria Scimone, one of the oldest in the city
that sells the famous cannoli, babà and lots more, and a visit to the Bottega dei Sapori and the Saperi della Legalità di Libera shop that sells the produce cultivated on lands confiscated from the Mafia, such as legumes, preserves and wines. (B/L)

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