Secrets of Sicily Walking

From $1454 per person

****# Based on 37 customer reviews
(C) Claudio Cassaro/SIME/4Corners
  • Interest-packed routes through majestic coastal and mountain scenery
  • Mediaeval churches, ancient villages, prehistoric caves, 2,500-year-old temple at Segesta
  • Turquoise seas, coral-lined grottoes, unspoilt sandy beaches
  • Exotic mediterranean flora: orange groves, dwarf palms and olive trees
  • Masses of bird spotting opportunities: eagles, kites, falcons and kestrels

What's included?

  • 7 nights, hotel-to-hotel
  • Departs selected Saturdays from 1 Oct '16 to 21 Oct '17
  • All continental breakfasts and 4 evening meals
  • Managed by Headwater appointed agent
  • Sustainability rating: 86%
  • Route notes and maps provided
  • Luggage transfers between hotels
  • Walking transfers included
  • Return ferry to Marettimo included

Excellent for...

Secrets of Sicily Walking

This seven night self-guided walking holiday uncovers the secrets of Sicily's western coast and favourite off-shore islands. Historically the poorest and most remote area of Sicily, the region maintains its purity; you'll feel as though you're the first to discover its clear sapphire waters, hidden sandy coves and unexplored islands. This is certainly the place to visit if you want peace and tranquillity and to escape from it all; there are hardly any roads on Marettimo.

You'll start your holiday on Sicily's north western coastline in the Moorish village of Scopello, lying adjacent to one of Italy's most pristine coastal nature reserves, the Riserva dello Zingaro. It's an undulating mix of orange groves, twisted olive trees, swaying vines and hidden bays lapped by azure seas. You then move on by private transfer/ferry to Marettimo, the most mountainous of the three Egadi islands just off the western coast. This is a walker's paradise and you'll discover cliff paths winding through Spanish broom and purple cistus to Saracen fortresses, Roman villas and coral-lined sea grottoes. Boat trips to neighbouring islands are easily arranged. For your final two days, you return to the mainland at San Vito Lo Capo. Highlights here include exploring the Mediaeval hilltop town of Erice and hiking on Monte Cofano - enjoy stunning coastal vistas as far as Palermo.

All your hotels are special in their own contrasting ways. In Scopello you stay at Camillo's baglio style hotel, panoramically set in the heart of the village, sandwiched between the mountains and the sea; on Marettimo, your host, Fausto, meets you at the jetty with a luggage trolley (there are no roads) and takes you to his charming seafront residence (with pool and jacuzzi) just by the harbour; near San Vito you stay at Daniela's cosy five bedroom B&B hotel and enjoy great sea views from the luxuriant Mediterranean garden.





This holiday follows mainly stony coastal paths, with frequent small ascents and descents. There's a good choice of walks at different levels on Marettimo, However, walking boots are essential throughout.

Read press reviews of this holiday in Financial Times.

Day-by-day itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive in Scopello

Arrive at your hotel in Scopello where we brief you on your walking week before drinks on the terrace and dinner. You spend two nights here.

Day 2 - Zingaro Nature Reserve 13km/8mi/3.5hr or 21km/13.5mi/6hr

On your first day you can walk as much or as little as you like. Wind your way up through asphodel, wild fennel, dwarf palm, pomegranate and citrus trees to amazing viewpoints overlooking the stunning coastline of tiny sandy coves lapped by sapphire waters.

Day 3 - Segesta, Trapani and on to Marettimo

Take a private transfer (30 mins) to the 2,500-year-old temple of Segesta and the marvellously preserved theatre. After lunch in Trapani to taste the famous granita - lemon, almond or even coffee flavoured - you catch the ferry (1 hour) to Marettimo, where you will stay for the next three nights, and arrive in time for a swim or short walk before your first dinner in the old village.

Day 4 - Punta Libeccio Lighthouse Walk 14km/9mi/4.5hr

A path through pine woods and across citrus-carpeted hillsides takes you from the east to the south west coast, with striking views from high above the village. There's complete peace and quiet as you picnic by the lighthouse - look out for red kites and Bonelli's eagles cruising the thermals - and gaze down at the sparkling waters and the Egadi Islands shimmering in the distance.

Day 5 - Levanzo 7km/4.5mi/3.5hr

It's a short crossing to Levanzo where a coastal path bright with lilac scabious leads past deserted stone farm houses and olive trees to the Grotta del Genovese - admire the marvellously well preserved 11BC cave paintings and engravings lining the cavern walls. The bay here is a good picnic spot. There's time too for a dip in the pool or jacuzzi before your final evening meal in Marettimo.

Day 6 - Mediaeval Erice and on to San Vito Lo Capo

Today you return to the mainland and visit the hilltop town of Erice. Its smooth, winding marble streets reveal mediaeval churches, old city gates, ancient squares and a stunning Norman castle set against a backdrop of the entire north western shoreline. A private transfer takes you to Daniela's charming little B&B near San Vito Lo Capo where you spend your final two nights.

Day 7 - Monte Cofano 10km/6.5mi/3.5hr

A scenic lift to the foot of Monte Cofano is followed by a gentle ascent through twisted olive trees with breathtaking views over the Bay of Bonagia. Descending, you reach an old tonnara (tuna factory) whose sapphire waters are perfect for a dip. Then a cliff path fringed with red valerian and field gladioli leads into the village of Cornino for a late lunch before we meet you and take you back to your hotel.

Day 8 - Leave San Vito Lo Capo


For a longer tour, why not consider combining this with our Islands of Sicily Walk

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking. You can call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 to discuss accommodation options.

Baglio di Scopello, Scopello   (3*)

pool at baglio di scopello

The Baglio di Scopello - along with its sister hotel, the Baglio dello Zingaro - is located on a downhill path that leads from the 'rock' that overlooks Scopello to the centre of the village. It has been prettily painted with blue detail and features marble design, wrought iron features and locally crafted furniture. The ensuite rooms are bright, spacious and well appointed, with views either over the picturesque village or over the coastline as it stretches out towards the Punta Raisi, It also benefits from a bright, modern sitting area and bar - perfect for a pre-dinner drink.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Nearby facilities:

  • Market

Marettimo Residence, Isola di Marettimo   (3 acorn)

Marettimo Residence, Isola di Marettimo

The Marettimo Residence is a cluster of whitewashed apartments, overlooking the port in the only residential area of Marettimo island. The accommodation is separated into apartments, which are located on two levels. We have selected the bilocale apartments which feature a living area with kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.

The décor is modern and bright, with slate floors, pine furniture, white walls and colourful textiles. Most apartments have a balcony or terrace.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Baglio La Luna, San Vito Lo Capo   (3 acorn)

Baglio La Luna, San Vito Lo Capo

Baglio La Luna - meaning 'the moon' - lies in a marvellous cliff top position on the edge of the Zingaro Nature reserve on the road to San Vito Lo Capo.

A converted private house, the 5 rooms are all decorated in their own individual style; there is also a charming sitting area as well as a large sun terrace where guests can relax and enjoy the stunning sea views.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Hairdryer

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed



Extra nights and stop over hotels

If you'd like to extend your trip with extra nights at the start or end, or if you'd like to arrange a stop off point en-route, then we recommend the following hotels.

Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa, Palermo   (4 star)

Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa, Palermo

Located just a stone's throw from one of Palermo's main streets - the Via Vittorio Emanuele that runs through the heart of the historical centre - the Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa is a stunning conversion of 2 historic buildings. The origins of the hotel date back to the 16C convent of the Mercedarian Monks; the hotel's picturesque cloister dates back to this era.

In the early 1800s, the monks joined the convent with the Briuccia family's neighbouring palazzo. However, by the 1860s, the monks had left Palermo and the building was used as the Sicilian stock exchange - in fact the former trading floor is now the hotel's Kemonia restaurant.

Today, the Piazza Borsa is a comfortable 4-star hotel, fully equipped for the needs of the 21C traveller, with a gym and spa (including jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath and massage rooms), bar and elegant restaurant.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Travel options

Transfers included from Palermo airport at 13:40, and back to Palermo airport at 11:15.

Please call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 or email info@breakaway-adventures.com to arrange connecting flights.

Customer reviews

Everyone who goes on a Headwater holiday will be emailed a link to our post-holiday questionnaire where they can give us an honest assessment of all aspects of their holiday - everything from how quickly we answer the phone to how clean the hotels were - plus, of course, an overall rating and comments about their holiday.

Any feedback collected is posted straight to our website - totally unedited. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of our holidays, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

Reviewed by Mrs Randall on 01/06/2016

***#.
Overall very good - excellent walks with very often a choice to extend or reduce length/difficulty. We found most of the walks easier than we expected but maybe that is our own walking experience here in the UK (Dartmoor) Accommodation good although the beds were cold and seemed damp at our last stop - maybe a problem with being at the beginning of the season while temperatures were still low. Out taxi driver was excellent, courteous, helpful and always on time.

Reviewed by Mrs Maddison on 28/05/2016

**#..
we were disappointed, Some of the walking was below expectations, there seemed to be a lack of continuity and some of the food left much to be desired. The catalogue entry was a bit ambiguous.

Reviewed by Ms Lewis on 24/05/2016

***#.
A really interesting week in beautiful locations. On the walks we enjoyed the wonderful wildflowers, birds and butterflies and beautiful coastal views. We much appreciated the visits that had been arranged to Segesta and Erice - full of interest. Nicola, our taxi driver, was really excellent - friendly, offering information and always on time and very well organised. The walking was great, well off the beaten track but on reasonable footpaths - all in all, a very good week.

Reviewed by Mrs Dean on 29/04/2016

*****
An excellent holiday if you are interested in spring flowers and migrant birds. The island of Marettimo was the highlight as was the stay in the tranquil and delightful Baglio La Luna. Our Taxi driver was particularly helpful,flexible, informative and friendly, and always came on time. The flight times could have been better - we had a 4 hour wait in Rome. However I think this could not be avoided. Our highlight was 3 new orchids we had not come across before. All the walks took us much longer than the notes indicated as we spent so much time looking at the amazing flora or this lovely island.

Reviewed by Mrs Smith on 21/04/2016

*****
If you go to Sicily with Headwater You will find they have done all they oughter You can swim, you can walk You can eat or just talk Your holiday will be just what you boughter.

Reviewed by Mrs Griffiths-Pear on 20/10/2015

***#.
A good holiday with great scenery and enjoyable walks. A notable absence of birds in the Zingaro Nature Reserve (October) but the vegetation was still very green, despite the heat .

Reviewed by Mr Sanderson on 14/10/2015

***#.
Most enjoyable holiday which was well organised. Hotels were just right for our requirements. Our minibus driver Nicola was superb - always on time and nothing was too much trouble. Temperatures up to 39 degrees were a bit of a shock in mid September which meant some of the walks were very testing when there was a lack of shade.

Reviewed by Mr Clark on 07/10/2015

*****
We greatly enjoyed our holiday and got to experience a wonderful part of Sicily, including the beautiful Marettimo Island. The only problem we encountered was that for the first 4 days there was a strong Sirocco wind which meant that the Zingaro reserve was closed, so that we couldn't do the suggested walk on our first day. It would have been nice to have had an alternative offered to us either by your local agent or the hotel. We were also worried what would happen if the ferry back from Marettimo was cancelled (we weren't given any info on this, yet it seems to be a common occurrence) - but in the event this wasn't needed.

Reviewed by Mr Fisher on 20/09/2015

***#.
You enabled us to visit a part of Sicily we could not have done on our own. The area was beautiful, the walks good and we enjoyed the company of fellow travellers. Thank you

Reviewed by Mr Shaw on 18/06/2015

*****
This was our first visit to Sicily and we thought the Secrets of Sicily programme gave a fantastic introduction to the relatively unknown northwest of the island. We very much appreciated the inclusion of visits to Segesta and Erice en route to our second and third destinations.The great highlight was the walk, on the final full day, around Monte Cofano.

Reviewed by Mis Monteith on 25/05/2015

***#.
Very enjoyable introduction to North West Sicily and the Egadi islands. Each location was full of character and accommodation was attractive and comfortable. Particularly enjoyed accommodation near San Vito where owner Daniela is a charming and very welcoming host and gave us a great introduction to Sicilian food. Beautiful views on the walks, especially in Zingaro nature reserve and on Marettimo. High temperature and very strong wind made walk around Monte Cofano a bit of an endurance walk at the end. However, lemon granitas in café at the pick up point and paddle in sea helped recovery.

Reviewed by Mr Burton on 19/05/2015

*****
Be aware of possible High wind disruption on Island

Reviewed by Mrs Lay on 19/04/2015

***#.
The weather was unusually cold and very windy, and there was no heating in the Marettimo Residence, but a heater was supplied at Baglio la Luna. Even so, we sat in bed in the evenings in our fleeces to keep warm, playing scrabble. After the final walk,which took less time than expected, no facilities were open in the village of Cornino (not even the public conveniences). When he arrived, our lovely taxi driver Nicola drove us straight to San Vito Lo Capo so we could find a coffee and a desperately-needed loo. Full marks to Nicola for help and service throughout the trip; he even carried our bags up to the 2nd floor B&B in Trapani. (The amazing emergency B&B was like being on a set in an episode of Inspector Montalbano - a surprise addition to the holiday.) The walks were enjoyable, but some of the paths on Marettimo and at Monte Cofano had been eroded by water over the winter and consisted mainly of loose fallen rocks of random sizes. Sticks are very much needed, especially for descents. There are many dogs wandering around in this area of Sicily; we were not attacked at all, and one followed us all day on our walk to the Semaforo. We could only reward him with a drink of water, poured into a plastic carrier bag, in a hole in the ground at the picnic site. However, the dogs leave poo everywhere, so you need to watch your step!
Headwater response:
Dear Mrs Lay, Thank you for taking the time to complete your post-holiday questionnaire and for your constructive feedback. Please be assured that all of the feedback we receive, whether complimentary or critical, is valuable in helping us to continue to improve and develop our holidays for the future and is always well received. Firstly, I was sorry to see the weather was unseasonable cooler than you had expected, although, despite the colder temperatures, we were happy to see this did not deter you from making the most of your holiday overall. We were also pleased to see you found the walks enjoyable, and would like to thank you for your feedback regarding the winter erosion on a couple of the paths, this feedback has been passed on to our local agent, they are in the process of checking all of the routes, so will make this area a priority. We have also passed on your complimentary feedback regarding Nicola, our agent will ensure this is passed on, I am sure Nicola will be delighted to hear you appreciated his efforts. Thank you also for your feedback regarding the local dogs. Whilst we appreciate, they did not cause you any bother, it would be useful to ascertain which area this occurred in, so we can report it to the local comune. (I will telephone you directly for this information). In closing, we would like to thank you for choosing Headwater and look forward to welcoming you on another of our holidays in the future. Yours sincerely, Headwater Customer Service team

Reviewed by Dr Mason on 30/09/2014

***#.
The holiday was very enjoyable, the location was great, but the walks were challenging in the heat, even in September. The local food was delicious.

Reviewed by Mrs Clark on 30/09/2014

*****
Headwater holidays are ones where you can count on the arrangements made and simply enjoy the holiday you have chosen to take.

Reviewed by Mr Kitchen on 26/09/2014

***#.
Thoroughly enjoyable - just as we expected - save only for the above average temperatures (35C +). I'm sure it would be a lot more comfortable in the Spring!

Reviewed by Mrs Buckham on 16/09/2014

***#.
Beautiful area of Sicily, which took us by surprise. It is very hot though as there's little shade on the walks so a slightly later departure in the year may have been better for us. A good variety of walks available though so when it was at its hottest we just did slightly less strenuous ones.. Also the walking ability of our group of 6 was mixed so we could split up at times but all enjoy a walk then meet for dinner together which worked well.. The sightseeing trips were well chosen and really interesting.

Reviewed by Mr Cross on 07/06/2014

*****
Good first experience with friends who have been with you before.

Reviewed by Ms Swinburne on 29/05/2014

*****
Secrets o Sicily was probably one of the best holidays ever. The walking was great, the routes good, the accommodation (with one exception) excellent with good food. Everything you could want for comfort and enjoyment, but not at all fussy. Domenica at Baglio La Luna was great in letting us keep the room for the whole day before we flew back in the evening, and in offering us food in a location where there is nothing else. The help given in choosing appropriate accommodation for our two extra (lazy) days before we started the walking holiday was much appreciated. Thank you.

Reviewed by Mr Ainger on 06/05/2014

*****
We thoroughly enjoyed the holiday. The walking mix was good, and flowers, birds, sea and sun were a great combination. Marettimo was special.

Reviewed by Mrs Arlett on 06/05/2014

*****
This was a very enjoyable holiday. The walks, locations, itinerary and choice of hotels were all well thought out. We enjoyed the variety of walks and the wild flowers were stunning. Spotting a Bonelli Eagle was one of the highlights. Our local reps looked after us well, leaving us to be independent but stepping in when required - for example, sorting out a hotel in Trapani when our boat trip to Marettimo was delayed due to high winds. We found some of the walks quite tough but rewarding. The hotels were varied and our favourite was the self catering on Marettimo.

Reviewed by Mrs Organ on 16/04/2014

*****
The overall holiday was very enjoyable, well planned with a good mix of site seeing and excellent walking in a little known but beautiful part of Sicily, all local Agents were on time and efficient, Carlos in particular was well informed and helpful, others were less so.. We opted to pay extra to have some time sight seeing in Palermo on the last day. This caused quite a lot of arranging and could have been offered to us before we went, The last hotel was not good. The food was very poor, bit like school dinners and as it was in such an isolated location it was not possible to walk to any where else as another choice to eat, it was a long distance from the planned walks in the reserve so it entailed long taxi rides to and for , which seemed pointless and made the whole thing rather regulated rather than the freedom offered at the other hotels and locations. In addition I had been persuaded to pay 60 Euro extra by the U.K. Booking agent from Headwater for a room with a sea view and little patio when in fact all it was was an ordinary room with rather a small window which did look over the sea, a rip off.

Reviewed by Mrs Dolan on 21/10/2013

*****
Holiday was around three centres and we didn't walk between them. Taxi transfers ere very reliable and efficient. Our taxi driver Daniella, was keen to practice his English. Our three night on Marettimo where we ate in Il Veliero where the anto pasto was marvellous. We got a really great welcome at La Luna and we were lucky to be able to stay in our room until late on the last day when we were flying home late so we could have a shower after a day on the beach at San Vito Lo Capo. We enjoyed the visits to Segesta and Enrice. It was a really good mox of walking and seeing a few of the sights.

Reviewed by Mr Williams on 01/10/2013

*****
An excellent holiday in an outstanding area. Local history combined with fantastic scenery, and walks. Some of the walks were at the upper end of the grading - made worse by unusually high temperatures. The organisation of the transfers and visits to historic sites was first rate.

Reviewed by Mr Williams on 29/05/2013

***#.
Good variety of walking and interest on the transfer days. Traveled in late May which seemingly is low season in Sicily consequently some of the restaurants on Marettimo were closed leaving a very limited choice, however the accommodation has a good kitchenette giving the option to self cater for 1 or 2 nights. Marettimo was very windy the days we were there making the coastal path to the Castello challenging, you certainly need a head for heights in windy conditions.

Reviewed by Mrs Bainton on 14/05/2013

*****
A wonderful opportunity to get to know this corner of Sicily. We would never have found these nature reserves ourselves. The wild flowers were a spectacle, and the local cuisine excellent.

Reviewed by Mrs Blake on 14/05/2013

*****
Loved Western Sicily, looking extra beautiful covered in spring flowers. And how well we ate! Independent walking with the confident backup of Crilu's expertise. Seeing those parts of a place not normally on the tourist routes and enjoying beautiful scenery and interesting locations away from the masses.

Reviewed by Mr Scharer on 24/04/2013

***#.
Well thought out and stress -free holiday but not cheap.

Reviewed by Mr Buttanshaw on 03/11/2012

***#.
Stunning scenery particularly from the top of the island of Marritimo (Pizzo Falconi)which was a good climb! A pity the Zingara Reserve was closed due to a fire since early August, which knocked out the whole first day's walking; a much inferior road walk was suggested instead. We feel we should have been advised of this by Headwater when booking. We were on the last trip of the season and we had the feeling everything was winding down. Service was a bit hit and miss in places. The extra day in Palermo was probably not a good idea as there's not much to do compared to other Italian cities. Still, another memorable Headwater holiday as we have come to expect.

Reviewed by Mrs Gooder on 06/10/2012

***#.
Beautiful scenery, lovely walks, but very basic accommodation. Neither the brochure not the notes make it clear that some of the walks are across exceptionally steep hillsides and not for the faint-hearted

Reviewed by Mrs Ames on 29/09/2012

***#.
We really enjoyed our secrets of Sicily holiday. The walks were exactly as described and quite varied. We liked the combination of sightseeing, swimming and walking. Altogether a very well organised holiday and we hope to return to Sicily.

Reviewed by Mrs Whensley on 24/09/2012

***#.
There was one major issue regarding the first place at Scopello. We were unable to walk due to a fire in the reserve. Firstly we should have been told about this before the start of the holiday as it had happened a month previously and the local rep thought we could walk in it a little way. In fact people had been turned away at the reseve and you would expect the rep to know. Alos there should have been a typed sheet to indicate the alternatives. In fact we hired a car to sightsee and that alternative was not mentioned. It was generally poor and the food was almost uneatable. I could not eat breakfast as cake may be what the Italians eat but I do not. I did ask for some meat and that was produced on the second day but it was not acceptable.. Also the walks were generally on the verge of being boring but we found our own on Maretimmo becuase we had bought a walking book in UK.In summary the holiday was OK but only just accpetable for the money.

Reviewed by Mr Dobinson on 30/06/2012

*****
Simply our best ever holiday abroad - what more can we say?

Reviewed by Mr Turner on 23/06/2012

*****
Very good. great to have walk options and great to have some sightseeing opportunities, made for an interesting and varied holiday

Reviewed by Ms Findlay on 25/05/2012

*****
A well organise, enjoyable walking holiday in a fantastic region

Reviewed by Ms Pitt on 05/05/2012

*****
Very enjoyable. Wonderful scenery and good walking. It was excellent having reliable pickups to take us from one location to another.

Reviewed by Mrs Thomas on 05/05/2012

*****
Great walking in dramatic locations and scenery; wonderful spring flowers; overall a very enjoyable week

Departure dates & prices

October 2016 departuresTour only 
Oct 1$1494
Oct 8$1494
Oct 15$1494
Oct 22$1494
April 2017 departuresTour only 
Apr 1$1502
Apr 8$1502
Apr 15$1577
Apr 22$1577
Apr 29$1577
May 2017 departuresTour only 
May 6$1502
May 13$1502
May 20$1611
May 27$1611
June 2017 departuresTour only 
Jun 3$1611
Jun 10$1611
Jun 17$1611
September 2017 departuresTour only 
Sep 2$1611
Sep 9$1577
Sep 16$1577
Sep 23$1577
Sep 30$1454
October 2017 departuresTour only 
Oct 7$1454
Oct 14$1454
Oct 21$1454

Holiday details

Holiday type

Self-guided walking, hotel-to-hotel. Managed by Headwater appointed agent.

Departures

selected Saturdays from 1 Oct '16 to 21 Oct '17, for 8 days (7 nights). It is possible to book this holiday on a non-standard departure date, however the accommodation would be on a request basis.

Meals

All continental breakfasts and 4 evening meals.

Other details

Please see our Planning your holiday and What's included in the price? pages for additional information. Please call us for single room supplements, room upgrade options and child prices.

Starting your tour

Transfers included from Palermo airport at 13:40, and back to Palermo airport at 11:15.

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