When we say “splendors”, we’re not kidding – here are some splendiferous moments from our Splendors of Sicily walking tour:
The protected coastal park of Vendicari is a magical place for walking and birdwatching - here are flamingoes and cormorants from our walking tour in Sicily.
The Mt Etna volcano serves as a backdrop to the ancient Greek theatre in Taormina. Photo by fellow walker Marc Destito
Picking fresh oranges in Sicily
The olive harvest takes place in Sicily in October and November, when you can taste freshly pressed extra virgin olive oil.
The Baroque cathedral in Noto built of golden stone is a delightful stop on our Splendors of Sicily walking tour
The coastal park of Vendicari on our walking route in Sicily includes a tour of the old tuna fishing port and Roman ruins.
The beautiful wild canyons of Ragusa are the perfect venue for a walk near the home of Anita, Italian Connection's founder.
Fellow walker Shirley enjoys spring wildflowers at the Greek ruins of Castello Eurialo near Syracuse
A visit to the Valley of the Temples at Agrigento on our Splendors of Sicily walking tour
A detail from the Roman mosaics at the Villa del Tellaro in Sicily
Taste genuine fresh ricotta made in a traditional cavagna near Ragusa.
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