The Romans believed that “the necessary ingredients of civilization are wine and olive oil.” Learn why it’s still true today in the stunning southeastern corner of Sicily.
These fascinating towns represent the culmination and final flowering of Baroque art in Europe. Enjoy the show that will never cease to amaze.
Soft sandy beaches, ancient ruins and modern vitality. Discover beautiful Cefalù and the charming capital of the Madonie Mountains.
A joy on any table: Nero d'Avola red wine is an expression of elegance, power, balance and exaltation of the unique scents of the lands of Sicily.
Sensual yet fascinating, frightening but not dangerous. Palermo has an eclectic multi-form of beauty that is a distillation of over 3,000 years of history.
Discover the idyllic settings of the popular TV series and book with us this wonderful day trip to Noto, Modica and Ragusa Ibla bathed in sunshine.
A must for art and history lovers. Enjoy a scenic drive to discover one of the world’s most beautiful UNESCO sites: the Roman Villa of Casale.
There are some places that, once experienced, can never be forgotten. See for yourself why astonishing Taormina is one of them.
An undisputed example of Sicilian Baroque and one of a kind city that is located at the foot of Mount Etna, which often provides thrilling eruptions.
"The greatest Greek city and the most beautiful of them all". We certainly agree with Cicero − join us to discover why.
A unique chance to experience first-hand what makes the wines of Etna so special. You’ll meet our winemaker friends and fall in love with their land and grapes.
Enjoy a stroll in Noto, the cradle of Sicilian baroque architecture with its scenic squares and balconies, followed by a visit to the nearby charming fishing village.
A perfect wine, “worthy of the table of any gentleman”. Discover how the legendary Marsala wine, a noble and versatile drink, was created.
A delightful spot: clear sky, deep blue sea, hills and monuments. Don’t miss the opportunity to discover the captivating magic of the Valley of the Temples.