Transfer Serenity NCC
One day tour in the eastern part of Sicily, first stop in the Alcantara gorges admiring the waterfalls surrounded by nature, the second stop in the small town of Castelmola with its beauty and its castle, then descend to Taormina, with its main course admiring its history. And to end the day we go down to the splendid Isola Bella and Giardini Naxos with its beautiful promenade where you can stop for a walk and return to Catania.
The Aeolian Islands, also known as the Lipari Islands, are an archipelago of Italy belonging to the Aeolian arc, in Sicily. Administratively included in the province of Messina, the archipelago is an increasingly popular tourist destination: the islands, in fact, attract up to 600,000 annual visitors.
1 day tour with the first stop towards the sanctuary of Syracuse, (Madonna delle lacrime sanctuary) following the passage to the Greek theater admiring the history of Syracuse and then the beautiful island of Ortigia and return to Catania.
First stop towards our majesty Mount Etna 3,350 m high admiring its beauty and its panorama from above, continue to visit the two very nice and welcoming towns of Aci Castello and Aci Trezza, where it is also possible to spend a day visiting the stacks and the castle of Aci Castello and return to the city of Catania.
Perched on a rocky bivertice hill overlooking the Ionian coast, Savoca is an art village - included in the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy which preserves in its territory vestiges of medieval, Renaissance and Baroque origin. seventeen mummies kept in the crypt of the Capuchin convent, the subject of studies by an international research team ("Sicilian mummies project"), as well as being chosen as the set of some very successful films, such as the award-winning The Godfather by Francis Ford Coppola ( 1972) .Savoca is part of the tourist area of the Valle d'Agrò and is also a municipality adhering to the union of the municipalities of the Ionian valleys of the Peloritani.
Short stop for a break in the morning and then head towards the SICILY OUTLET VILLAGE.
A very elegant and refined village where to spend a day for shopping lovers, also taking advantage of the restaurant services located in the village.
Tour of the city of Noto, admiring its style and beauty as a citizen who visits monuments and churches of the city.
Madonna di Tindari e Marinello Laghetti
The inhabitants are called tindàridi, tindaroti, tindaritani, tindaridei (in homage to the Dioscuri children of Tindaro, characters and divinities of Greek myths) Tindari is located on a promontory of the Nebrodi mountains that protrudes from a height of 268 m, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea and on the natural reserve of the Marinello lakes.
City of Neolithic origin, Modica is the historical capital of the territory almost corresponding to the Free Municipal Consortium of Ragusa. Until the nineteenth century it was the capital of a county that exerted a wide political, economic and cultural influence, so much so that it was counted among the most powerful feuds in the south. As a legacy of a lost political centrality, it remained the fourth most important city in Sicily (after Palermo, Catania and Messina) until the first half of the twentieth century and is a fundamental reference point for the south-east of the island. Modica boasts a rich repertoire of gastronomic specialties, the result of the contamination of the different cultures that have dominated it; It is best known for the production of the typical Aztec derived chocolate.
It is located among the archaeological remains of Eloro and thewildlife oasis of Vendicari.
The charm of the beach is due to the variety of vegetation and the presence of an equally varied landscape: the small beach is in fact located between two rocky promontories which, in addition to ensuring that the sea is almost always calm, offer the visitor an unexpected beauty.
Another feature of the beach is the presence of numerous ravines, caves and caves in the two promontories.
Scala dei Turchi
It is a rocky wall (crag) which rises above the sea along the coast of Realmonte, in province of Agrigento. Over time it has become a tourist attraction both for the singularity of the cliff, white in color and with peculiar shapes, and as a result of the popularity acquired by novels starring Inspector Montalbano written by the writer Empedoclino Andrea Camilleri, in which such places are mentioned the country of the commissioner, to be classified with Porto Empedocle.
Marina di Ragusa
The ancient name of the town was Mazzarelli, which derives fromArabic Marsa A’Rillah, meanings small landing place. At the end of XVI century next to the old port was built the Cabrera Tower for defensive purposes, and a few decades later a residential nucleus had already formed; this however did not prosper and did not grow much (also due to the nearby marshes at the mouth of the river Irminio dried up in the 19th century) and his fortune came only at the end of nineteenth century, when the trade of the pitch stone with the English and the carob.
In 1928, by the will of the fascist hierarch Filippo Pennavaria, the name was transformed into the current Marina di Ragusa. After the war period Marina di Ragusa experienced a real housing boom, due to the unleashing of the fashion of the "second home by the sea" by the Ragusans; this expansion continues today and has led the village to become a first-rate seaside resort.
Ragusa Ibla was an Italian municipality from 1866 to 1927.
Currently it is the oldest district of the historic center of Ragusa, also called only Ibla or, in Ragusan dialect, Iusu (or the lower Ragusa, to distinguish it from the upper one). It is located in the eastern part of the city, on a hill that goes from 385 to 440 m a.s.l.
After the earthquake of 1693, the city of ancient Ragusa was rebuilt by implementing construction sites that produced works, buildings and monuments of late Baroque style. It contains 14 of the 18 monuments of the city of Ragusa today registered in the world heritage.
The ancient city contains over fifty churches and numerous Baroque style buildings. In the easternmost part, there is the Hyblaean Garden and there are also the excavations of an ancient city that according to various historians would be identifiable with the Hybla Heraia.
In 1866 the district was administratively detached from the rest of the city, becoming an autonomous municipality with the name of Ragusa Inferiore, a name it kept until 1922 when it was changed to Ragusa Ibla . In 1927, on the occasion of the elevation to the provincial capital of the city of Ragusa, the two municipalities were reunited. .
Ragusa Ibla is also home to some important ancient events and traditions such as Ibla Buskers, Ibla Grand Prize, the feast of the patron saint of Ragusa S. Giorgio and Holy Week, experienced by the numerous Confraternities around the ever-living devotion for centuries to the SS. Sacramento exhibited in forty hours at the Cathedral of San Giorgio.
Palermo is the capital of Sicily. The 12th-century Cathedral of Palermo houses royal tombs, while the imposing neoclassical Teatro Massimo is famous for its opera performances. Also in the center are the Palazzo dei Normanni, a royal palace dating back to the 9th century, and the Palatine Chapel, with Byzantine mosaics. Busy markets include the central street market Ballarò and the Vucciria, near the harbor.
Cefalù is a coastal city in the north of Sicily. It is known for the Norman Cathedral, a 12th-century fortress-like structure with elaborate Byzantine mosaics and tall twin towers. Nearby, the Mandralisca Museum offers archaeological exhibits and a picture gallery with a portrait of Antonello da Messina. The beaches of Mazzaforno and Settefrati are located to the west.
The Villa romana del Casale it is a residential building late antique, popularly defined villa despite not having the characters of the Roman villa extra-urban as much as the imperial urban palace, the remains of which are located about four kilometers from Piazza Armerina, in Sicily. From 1997 is part of the World Heritage Sites ofUNESCO.
The discovery of the villa is due to Gino Vinicio Gentili, who in 1950 undertook to explore it following the reports of the locals. Based mainly on the style of the mosaics, the discoverer initially dated the layout of the sumptuous house - built on an older farm - not before the middle of the fourth century; later the same scholar assigned the villa to the Tetrarchic age (285-305). According to Ranuccio Bianchi Bandinelli, the villa dates back to the first twenty-five years of the fourth century.
The examinations on the walls have dated the villa and the mosaics themselves to a succession of times ranging from approximately 320 to 370.
Departure in the afternoon in the direction of our majesty Etna admiring our sunset at 2000 meters high.
Touching the stars with a finger is not every day, and then returning for a dinner in a restaurant recommended by us with good homemade food and wine.
ETNA MORNING EXCURSION
Departure in the morning in the direction of our majesty Etna, we arrive at the Sapienza refuge to visit the SILVESTRI CRATERS with a 2 hour stop. We leave again descending towards the north side of Mount Etna for a tasting of honey and typical local products such as: HONEY, WINE, SPIRITS, ROYAL JELLY.
More explanation of how the entire product processing procedure takes place.
Finally we return to Catania.
Caltagirone is an Italian town of 38 220 inhabitants  in the metropolitan city of Catania in Sicily. It is 68 km from its capital Catania and 195 km from the regional capital Palermo. It is the fifth most populous municipality in the metropolitan city and the first by extension. It is the 23rd municipality in Sicily by population and the fifth by extension. It has been a bishopric since 1816. It heads a vast area, the Calatino, in the entire southern part of the metropolitan body
Urban center located between central and eastern Sicily, it is famous for the production of ceramics. For over two millennia it has been a strategic control point for many peoples who controlled the plains of Catania and Gela, including the Byzantines, Arabs, Genoese and Normans. It is also an important agricultural center, due to its extensive countryside.
The largest amusement park in Sicily with attractions in the water park in the morning and in the evening with the theme park.
Transfers from the airport or hotel to the Etnaland park and back.
One day cruise
1 DAY CRUISE
CAICCO TURCO CIZDAROGLU
RELAX A DAY ON BOARD THE CAICCO TURCO CIZDAROGLU
- OPEN BAR FORMULA
- FISH FOR LUNCH ON BOARD
- SWIM IN THE TAORMINA BAY
- SWIM IN THE MAZZARO BAY '
Departure 9: 30/10: 00
Return at 17: 30/18: 00