The “Etna & Taormina” tour will allow you to visit Etna and discover the beauties of the city of Taormina. You will have the opportunity to visit the Silvestri Craters and to climb up to an altitude of 3000 meters and, subsequently, to visit the Cathedral of Taormina, the Greek – Roman Theater and to walk in Corso Umberto. You will be accompanied by an expert guide throughout the tour. The departure is scheduled from Milazzo at 07:00.
The departures will be made not only from Milazzo, but also from Portorosa, Falcone and Capo D’Orlando.Less
Meeting of the participants in the place established at the time of booking. Departure at 07:00 am.
Departures will be made from Milazzo, Portorosa, Falcone and Capo D’Orlando.
You will be accompanied by an expert tour guide, who will follow you throughout the tour.
Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe and the most other, with its 3300 meters.
It is a natural giant that, with its continuous eruptions over the centuries, has changed the surrounding landscape, transforming the typical Mediterranean environment into an evocative, almost lunar place.
We will leave for Etna until we reach the Sapienza refuge on the southern slope at 2,000 meters.
Here it will be possible to take a walk on the "Silvestri Craters", among the best known cones of the internal volcano, formed following the eruption of 1892.
Looking down you can admire the minor crater and enjoy the panorama of the Gulf of Catania in the distance.
The possibility of ascent to an altitude of 3,000 meters will be given.
Afterwards, we will continue to Taormina, where we will be given free time for shopping.
Taormina is one of the most famous tourist resorts in Sicily. Thanks to its position on the sea and the vast artistic heritage that distinguishes it, it attracts millions of tourists from all over the world every year.
During your stay, you will have ways to admire the Greek Roman Theater, the most important monument in the city, it is a place rich in history and stage for the numerous events that it hosts every year, including the famous Taormina Film Fest, the Villa Comunale, named after the Duke of Cesarò, the Duomo, a 14th century building, which offers evidence of various renovations over the centuries.
Finally, Corso Umberto, the main street that crosses the entire town from Porta Catania to Porta Messina, will offer you a walk among fashion shops, souvenirs and typical products.
The return is scheduled at around 19:00.
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