Sicilian Food, Wine, and History

Located in the heart of the Mediterranean, Sicily has been a global hub for centuries. From the historic temples of Agrigento and the bustling markets of Palermo to the island’s dramatic coastal and pastoral landscapes, Sicily exudes classic Italian charm. Passionate locals, legendary cuisine, and rustic architecture make island life authentic and intriguing. Located closer to Africa than Rome, it’s been a hub of global trade for centuries. Strolling the streets of sultry Palermo, swimming in the Med, and scenic boat adventures are all in a day’s play, while a melting pot of history due to various invasions, wars, and occupying forces over the centuries is glimpsed in the archeological sites, churches, and city construction. And the food? There’s nothing quite like Sicilian pasta or homemade burrata. Salut!

Quick Facts

The eight-night, nine-day Journey includes the finest sights and food in Palermo, Sciacca, and Taormina, and access to Mt. Edna, Europe's largest volcano.
The trip includes accommodations, private airport transfers, tours of Sicilian towns and islands with a Journey Director, and a daily breakfast.
With many days planned under the Sicilian sun, pack a protective hat, solid walking shoes, and mosquito repellant. Perhaps of top note: bring your appetite!

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