The contours of Sicily—the largest island in the Mediterranean—were shaped by millennia of seismic activity from Mount Etna. Europe’s tallest active volcano is also what makes Sicily’s grape-growing terroir distinctive and the soil mineral-rich for yielding gorgeous citrus fruits. While Sicilians have stayed close to the land by cultivating their lemon and almond orchards, they’ve also erected marvelous man-made examples of Baroque architecture, Greek temples, and Byzantine mosaics that mingle against a dynamic setting of cyclist-sating volcanic massifs.
Cannoli, granita, arancini, and fresh seafood including swordfish
Outstanding local wines including Nero d’Avola and Marsala
Warmth, Personality, and the Essence of the Old World2019
- Apr 28 – May 3
- May 12 – 17
- May 28 – Jun 2
- Sep 29 – Oct 4
- Oct 20 – 25
- Oct 27 – Nov 1
- Nov 3 – 8
- Apr 26 – May 1
Any scheduled tour can be made private. Your group, your dates.