Sicily: Untouched

Embrace a land unspoiled by time as you delight in an authentic Sicilian experience; this is Italy at its best

For those looking to engage with art, architecture and history in the midst of a dramatic coastal landscape

May - Oct.
7 days
From US$ 5,600 pp
Sicily: Untouched
Sicily: Untouched

Why our trip is different:

  • Take an exclusive peek into the artisanal laboratories, from wax modellers and weavers to tailors and puppet makers, that are rapidly disappearing from the world today
  • Uncover secret recipes for the famous cannoli and other traditional Sicilian dishes with a team of local chefs
  • Witness the Valley of the Temples come alive, as a local historian feeds your imagination with stories that cannot be learned from books
  • Visit a local artist at his heritage Taormina home, unearthing the rich traditions of the volcanic town
  • Connect with the local community at an antique winery, and eat a homemade lunch with our friends at the foot of Mount Etna
  • Go behind the scenes of the ancient Greek city of Syracuse, including the UNESCO site Necropolis of Pantalica
Sicily: Untouched


D1  Arrival at Palermo * Grand Hotel Villa Igiea

D2  Palermo * Visit artisan laboratories * Cooking class * Grand Hotel Villa Igiea

D3  Agrigento * Valley of the Temples * Villa Athena

D4  Villa Romana del Casale * Taormina * Meet a local artist * Grand Hotel Timeo

D5  North Etna tour *  Lunch in antique winery * Grand Hotel Timeo

D6  Syracuse * Ortigia Island * Algilà Ortigia Charme Hotel   

D7  Depart

All sample itineraries are designed to inspire and are customised on consultation.

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Our favourite places to stay:

Villa Athena, Agrigento

The only 5-star hotel situated within the Archaeological Park of the Valley of the Temples, which UNESCO has declared a World Heritage Site, with an exclusive direct entrance.

Villa Athena is a place which transcends time and space, where nature art and beauty have been merging together for over 2,500 years in the presence of the gods. A Sicily dating back millennia can be found here.

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