Sparkling seas and restless mountains – the grandeur of Sicily is waiting to enthrall your senses on your next luxury vacation.This is the land that has inspired numerous poets and writers to create their timeless ballads. This is the land that ancient travelers used to fantasize about. This is the land that mixes cultures and traditions in a beautiful potpourri. You wouldn’t be able to find a more perfect setting for your luxury vacation.
Sicily luxury tours give you a chance to witness grandeur and extravagance in its history, culture and natural beauty. The lifestyle of people, the ambiance of the region, the food and wine and the amazing blend of architecture created due to a vivid historical background. The place has been home to an extensive array of cultures, be it the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Elymians, Romans or Greeks. And when the art and history begin to saturate your soul, just take a dip into one of the many natural wonders that this region has to offer to feel refreshed and energized.
Luxury tours around Sicily offer a wide range of experiences for you to try your hands at. Beachside and seaside excursions await you here with the turquoise seas ready to give you a tranquil and relaxing experience. Luxury gets redefined with the amazing yacht cruises that you can try your hands at. Sicily and surrounding islands offer the very best of coastal comforts and immersive vacation experiences that you can expect to enjoy on a holiday to remember. Then there is Mount Etna and the Silvesteri craters set the bar high when it comes to natural wonders to explore. Top urban art cities like Palermo, Messina and Catania are also here to give you a taste of fashion and grandeur. The Cefalu and Castelbuono Mountain Area is all about adventure activities, horseback riding and adrenaline pumping sports to try out. And finally, the food and wine scene of Sicily will present yet another side of Italian cuisine to serenade yours senses with.
So what do you say… a Sicily luxury tour really does sound like the perfect vacation idea doesn’t it?