This self-drive itinerary starts in Palermo
and visits the Valley of the Temples in
Agrigento, the Roman mosaics at Piazza
Armerina, and the coastal towns of Syracuse
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Fly from London to Palermo with easyJet.
Transfer to the Hotel Centrale Palace in Palermo for 2 nights. (N)
Full day at leisure. Morning visit to the
magnificent Arab-Norman cathedral, the
Palatine Chapel, or the Church of San Giovanni
degli Eremiti. Afternoon drive to Monreale to see
the Norman cathedral. (B)
Collect your hire car (based on group B car
rental). Morning drive to Agrigento visiting
the temples at Selinunte and Segesta. Stay at
the NH Dioscuri Bay Palace in Agrigento for 1 night. (B)
Visit the Valley of the Temples and Piazza
Armerina to see the mosaics. Stay 1 night at the
Hotel Villa Politi. (B)
Morning at leisure. Visit Ortygia, the centre of
the old city, and then drive to Taormina, visiting
the baroque town of Noto. Stay 2 nights at Villa
Full day at leisure. Visit the spectacular volcano of
Mount Etna or the Greek theatre in Taormina. (B)
Drive to Palermo airport, via Cefalu, and drop
off your hire car. Fly back to London in the
afternoon with easyJet. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
Superior tour departures are based in 4- and 5-star accommodation. Prices are based on the standard room category.
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Located on the promenade at San Leone, the Best Western Dioscuri Bay Palace is a 102-room property just a short distance away from the Valley of Temples. Facilities at the hotel include an outdoor swimming pool (seasonal), American bar and the restaurant, Baia degli, which is situated on the first floor and offers panoramic views of the Mediterranean. Rooms are designed in a simple contemporary fashion and all have a balcony and wireless internet connection. There is a complimentary shuttle bus between the hotel and the...
The Hotel Centrale Palace is a 4-star property on Via Vittorio Emanuele in the centre of Palermo, within walking distance of the beautiful cathedral and the historical street of Via Maqueda. The hotel features frescoed ceilings, marbled floors and chandeliers with all rooms furnished in a classical style, reflecting the building's 18th-century origins.
Features: 120 rooms; 2 restaurants; bar; solarium; fitness centre.
Room amenities: Air conditioning; television; safe; minibar; hairdryer;...
Close to the historical centre of Taormina, the Hotel Villa Diodoro is a century-old 4-star property with views of the Bay of Naxos and Mount Etna. The 102 rooms all have air conditioning, a safe and minibar. During the summer months the restaurant opens out onto a poolside terrace and offers alfresco dining. Leisure facilities include a swimming pool and wellness...
The Villa Politi hotel is located on a clifftop overlooking the rugged Sicilian coast. Designed by the Austrian noblewoman Maria Teresa Audien in 1862, the hotel was built over quarries used by the ancient Greek settlers. Entrance to the hotel is through a wrought iron gate, giving access to a lush garden, and the facade features a grand staircase covered by...
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