Sicily Tours & Vacation Packages

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Touring Sicily is an unforgettable experience filled with ancient ruins, breathtaking coastlines, mouthwatering cuisine, and vibrant cultural heritage. Explore the well-preserved Greek temples of Agrigento and the stunning Roman mosaics of Villa Romana del Casale. Immerse yourself in Sicily's rich history and diverse culture, from Palermo's vibrant markets to Taormina's charming streets, on one of our 8-15 day tours that visit Sicily. 

9 Day Sicily Tour
From $2,275
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15 Day Italy & Sicily Tour from Palermo
From $5,450 $4,905
Save Up To $749


10 Day Italy Tour of Rome, Sorrento, Capri
From $3,675 $3,124
Save Up To $551


Two Week Tour to Rome, Alberobello & Sicily
Insight Vacations
From $5,693 $4,839
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8 Day Sicily Tour to Taormina Riviera & Palermo
Insight Vacations
From $2,754
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Top Sites of Sicily

With its captivating beauty and warm hospitality, Sicily offers a journey that will leave you longing to return. The island's numerous captivating sites showcase its rich history, natural beauty, and cultural heritage. Here are some top sites to explore in Sicily:

Valley of the Temples (Valle dei Templi)

Located in Agrigento, this archaeological park is a UNESCO World Heritage site featuring exceptionally preserved Greek temples, including the iconic Temple of Concordia.

Mount Etna

Mount Etna is one of the world's most famous and active volcanoes, offering visitors a unique and unforgettable experience. Tourists can hike or take a cable car to the summit, explore lava caves, and witness breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.


This charming hilltop town boasts stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and is famous for its ancient Greek theater, picturesque streets, and beautiful gardens. Don't miss the chance to visit the stunning Isola Bella, a small island nature reserve just off the coast.

Syracuse (Siracusa)

This historic city was once a powerful Greek colony and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Highlights include the ancient Greek Theater, the Ear of Dionysius (a limestone cave), and the charming island of Ortygia, with its narrow streets, beautiful architecture, and the impressive Cathedral of Syracuse.


Sicily's vibrant capital city, Palermo, is a melting pot of cultures, reflecting its Phoenician, Roman, Arab, and Norman influences. Explore the bustling markets, such as Ballarò and Vucciria, visit the impressive Palermo Cathedral, and discover the stunning Palazzo dei Normanni, home to the Royal Palace and the dazzling Cappella Palatina.


Nestled on the northern coast, Cefalù is a picturesque seaside town known for its beautiful sandy beaches and the magnificent Cathedral of Cefalù, an impressive example of Norman architecture.

These are just a few of the many incredible sites Sicily has to offer. From ancient ruins to natural wonders and charming towns, Sicily is a treasure trove of exploration and discovery.

Frequently Asked Questions About Sicily Tours & Vacation Packages

Some must-visit destinations in Sicily include the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, Mount Etna, Taormina, Palermo, Syracuse, Ragusa, Modica, Noto, and Cefalù.

The best time to visit Sicily is during the spring (April to June) and fall (September to October) seasons when the weather is pleasant and tourist crowds are relatively smaller. However, Sicily can be enjoyed year-round, with mild winters and hot summers characteristic of the Mediterranean climate.

Depending on your interests and the sites you wish to visit, allocating at least one week for a comprehensive Sicily tour is recommended. This allows sufficient time to explore the major attractions while enjoying the local culture and cuisine. However, even a shorter 1-4 day visit can provide a glimpse of Sicily's highlights.

Some unique experiences to consider during a Sicily vacation include:

  • Visiting the Greek Theatre of Taormina, graced with the most spectacular backdrops. 
  • A drive up Mt. Etna, Europe's largest active volcano. Ascend through the fertile foothills, bypassing small villages, lush forests, ancient craters, and lava flows to see amazing lunar landscapes and houses surrounded by lava. Admire astonishing panoramic views over the eastern Sicilian coast and the Ionian Sea whilst discovering the history of Sicily’s most popular attraction and its eruptions.
  • Visit Syracuse, at one stage more powerful than Athens. One of the most influential cities of "Magna Grecia." The fascinating archaeological remains give you an inkling of the glories of its past. Move on to Ortigia, the beautiful medieval island with one of the most symbolic churches of Sicily, combining paganism and the transition to Christianity. The quaint shorefront, the whitewashed buildings, and the baroque influence - it's a must.
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