The natural reserve of Ficuzza, with its 7,400 hectares of cork and holly oaks and the mighty peak of Rocca Busambra, is the largest and most beautiful forest of in the outskirts of Palermo. The area became a private hunting and fishing reserve for the royal house of Bour...
Favignana is known as the Aegadian islands' butterfly thanks to its shape that features wings stretching on the sea. Well-known since the oldest of ages, it owns its name to the wind Favonio, which ceaselessly blows on its coasts and has fostered the flourishing of the island's flora and ...
An unusual private tour that will guide you through the authentic beauties of Lipari with the variety, colors, and richness of its landscapes. We will walk from Punta Castagna, at the foot of Monte Pilato, surrounded by a breathtaking pan...
The smallest of the Aeolian Islands, Panarea, is mostly renowned for its nightlife, which summons tourists from all around Europe. Beyond its worldliness, Panarea is a rural and wild island hiding an amazing history among its terraces, stone wall...
Stromboli has one of the most active volcanoes, called “Iddu” (His Majesty) by the inhabitants. The other side of the island is covered with Mediterranean scrub that makes an impressive contrast with the black volcanic soil. The tombs of the old cemet...
The small island of Alicudi is the most authentic and well-preserved island with its wild and adventurous soul. On our private guided tour we will climb up the steep stairs and admire the indigenous vegetation of the Isla...
.The last volcanic eruption on the island occurred between 1888 and 1890 and involved the “La Fossa” crater. The inhabitants, at the time mostly farmers and miners working in the sulfur mines, decided to leave the island and it was quickly abandoned. Almost a century later, people started to ...
Monte Pellegrino is one of the most iconic sites in Palermo, painted and photographed countless times. The promontory was defined as "the most beautiful in the world" by Goethe, and it has always been considered the sacred mountain of the city, where the stones tell holy ...
The allied landings in Sicily during World War II, internally codenamed “Operation Husky”, took place along the southern shores of the island between the 9th and the 10th of July 1943. The aim was to form a front in Europe, occupy Fascist Ita...
.As early as the Renaissance period, and during the Baroque and late Baroque years, the Sicilian noble families used to gift to their most venerated saints exquisitely manufactured jewels, whose religious significance matched their financial value. Each s...
Cefalù is a precious jewel along the coastline of Palermo. It is located in a particularly charming place at the foot of a rocky promontory. You can still breathe its medieval atmosphere around the narrow streets that run up and down from the sea to the main square on the top of...
Our archaeological trek around Agrigento will start from the highest point in the city, the Girgenti Hill featuring the charming Cathedral of Saint Gerlando. We’ll walk along the labyrinthine alleys of the old town centre, going back in time th...
Urban trekking tour through the old districts of Modica  This urban trek is one of the most remarkable ways to discover the story and the traditions of Modica - Baroque home of the famous chocolate. This stroll will take us up and down...
The tusk is difficult but your skill, courage and devotion to duty will be successful in driving our enemies closer to disaster and leading us towards victory and the liberation of Europe and Asia Dwight D. Eisenhover, S...
This private guided tour is a mix of hiking, history and stunning views. Following the “Path of the Saracens”, an ancient dirt road (trazzera in Sicilian dialect) used by the Saracens to attack Taormina in 902, we will visit two of the most beautiful villages in nort...
Palermo is a big city and has to be experienced a little at a time to uncover its most interesting and hidden glories. If you wish to capture the very essence of the city, we highly suggest taking this introductory guided stroll in the historic c...
.This expert-led private tour follows the traces left by World War II in Catania. You will visit the historical city centre and see the main monuments that were struck by the 1943 bombing. Nowadays, you can still wander around th...
Melior de cinere surgo (I reborn from my ashes more beautiful) So one can read on the inscription placed on the Porta Ferdinandea, currently Porta Garibaldi, erected in 1768 to commemora...
There are many protagonists in the long millennia of the history of Palermo, including the Jews. Around the year 1000, just outside the southern walls and on the banks of the river Kemonia, the Jews built their suburb, the so-called Hârat ‘al Yahûd - the district of ...
This cultural day tour will retrace the millennial path that characterizes the history of this famous valley. We will explore an absolutely amazing landscape that is full of majestic churches, big monasteries, humble pievi (medieval rural churches) and wonderful medieval...