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8 Days / 7 Nights
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Catania, Taormina, Syracuse, Agrigento, Piazza Armerina, Malta, Gozo and more

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Guaranteed departures every Saturday, from March 26th to October 15th

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What is included in this package

  • 4-night accommodation in Taormina area
  • 3-night accommodation in Malta
  • Economy air tickets Catania- Malta (max 20 kg+ 5 kg)
  • Excursion to Gozo.
  • Excursion to the discovery of Hagar Qim Temple, Limestone Heritage and the Market
  • Daily Breakfast.
  • All transfers as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • 24/7 Emergency phone line.

Not included & Optionals

  • Personal expenses, Gratuities & City tax in hotels.
  • Meals (lunch and dinner) and drinks.
  • International flight tickets not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entrance fees to the monuments and Porter service.
  • Add extra nights in Taormina and/or Malta by clicking on "Customize your Program" or in step 1 of the reservation.
  • Click on the FAQs for more information on hotels and rates
  • 10% discount for groups of more than 10 travelers

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Package Tour Itinerary: Taormina And Malta


Upon your arrival at the airport of Catania we will meet you and transfer your to your hotel in Taormina. This small town is perched on a cliff at 200 meters high with incredible views of the sea and the Etna volcano. 

Greca Tip: A 300-step staircase in the Via Circumvallazione will take you to the heights of Taormina, where you will enjoy a bird’s eye view of the city and the Greek theatre.


After your breakfast, you will have this day free to explore and discover the city at your own pace.

For example, at Corso Umberto, the main street that crosses the whole center of Taormina, you will find a succession of luxury boutiques, clothes, jewellery and souvenir shops that will make you understand why Taormina’s nickname is “the Sicilian Saint Tropez”. Or you may head to Isola Bella, the small village of Castelmola, which offers a magnificent 360-degree view of the entire region and where you can taste the almond wine, a speciality of the village.  In the evening you will return to your accommodation for a good night's sleep. 

Greca Tip: At Piazza IX Aprile and its huge panoramic terrace overlooking the bay and Etna, you can take beautiful photos, especially at sunset.


After your breakfast at your hotel you will join the morning regular excursion to Syracuse: the largest city of antiquity founded in 734-733 BC. and called Syraka. It extends along the sea next to the island of Ortigia that is linked to the mainland by a bridge, and offers visitors the remains of its glorious past: The Temple of Minerva, transformed into a Christian Cathedral, the legendary Fontana di Arethusa, which originates in a fresh water spring and creates a small semicircular lake with fishes, geese and ducks and where the plants of the only natural Papyrus (Papireto) in Europe grow luxuriantly, the fabled Apollo Temple, the Greek Theater and the Roman Amphitheater located near the Latomie (quarries), the Orecchio di Dionisio. You will have free time for lunch and then return to Taormina, where you will spend the night.

Greca Tip: Syracuse harbour is the the place that joins the city of Syracuse and Ortigia island and ideal to discover Sicilian life scenes, especially the fishermen and their boats.


Today, after a filling breakfast, you will go on a regular excursion to Piazza Armerina: Visit of the splendid Villa Romana del Casale, luxurious lodging, located in the heart of Sicily, an important example of Roman times and where you can admire the beautiful mosaics that represent the customs of that time. You will have free time for lunch and then continue to Agrigento "the most beautiful city of mortals", where, today, you can still admire ten Doric temples that were erected in the valley. You will visit "the Valle dei Templi" and then return to Taormina, where you will spend the night.

Greca Tip: In Agrigento walk down Via Atenea and the nearby panoramic Viale della Vittoria while enjoying the pecorino ice cream, a delicate ice cream made of sheep’s ricotta.


After your breakfast you will enjoy free time for some last minute sight seeing or souvenir shopping. At the time indicated we will transfer you to the airport of Catania for your flight to nearby Malta, the country which is actually an archipelago that sits in the Mediterranean Sea and is close to both neighboring Sicily and Africa.

Upon your arrival at the Luqa Malta airport we will meet and transfer you to your hotel. 

The rest of the day will be free to walk in its streets that will take you past churches, markets, and museums, and some of the oldest buildings in the world.

Greca Tip: In St John's Cathedral look out for the decorative frescoes depicting scenes from the Bible and on the marble tombstone floor the 400 monuments in honor of the knights.


You will enjoy a wholesome breakfast at your hotel and then embark on a 20-minute short journey by boat you will dock at the port of Mgarr, which immediately gives that unique touch to Gozo. Your guide will take you through the megalithic temples of Ggantija, built from limestone and the oldest such buildings in the world. In fact they are said to be older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids at more than 5500 years old. Next, you visit the Citadel or Citadella, a fortified city in the heart of Victoria with deep, dark tunnels and battlements that offer spectacular views of virtually the entire island. Gozo is well known for its handmade crafts, especially for its lace and bobbins. Those who visit this island are still impressed with the greenery of their countryside, the serenity and the great difference that exists with the largest of the islands, Malta. 

At the end of your tour you will return to your hotel for your overnight stay.

Greca Tip: Try out Gozitan thyme honey, peppered goats cheese – Gbejniet, nougat, Gozitan Olive Oil and a bottle of excellent wine or artisan beer.


This day will begin after a filling breakfast at your hotel.  The tour will take you to one of the oldest quarries in Malta, which has been transformed into an attraction for both tourists and residents, vividly recounting one of the primary industries on the island: the use of limestone for building. A trade that goes back thousands of years in the past. The magic of Malta's antiquity can be seen in Hagar Qim, the main prehistoric site of this island. One of the prehistoric chambers at Haġar Qim holds an elliptical hole which is hewn out in alignment with the Summer Solstice sunrise. At sunrise, on the first day of the summer, the sun’s rays pass through this hole and illuminate a stone slab inside the chamber. A number of stone and clay statuettes of obese figures have also been unearthed in this temple, such as the Venus of Hagar Qim. From the site you will enjoy unsurpassed views of the vast expanse of the Mediterranean Sea and the islet of Filfla.

You will have the rest of the day free at your leisure. Hotel accommodation.

Greca Tip: At Hagar Qim there is a dedicated Visitor Information Centre with interactive presentatios and exhibitions.


After breakfast at your hotel and at the agreed time, we will transfer you to Luqa-Malta airport to board your international flight. 

Having spent a few days with Greca we hope to see you again to help you create some more memorable moments that you will cherish for a long to come.

Have a nice trip! Or as you may also say 'Addiju'!

Greca Tip: As a going away gift you may look for handmade filigree, especially those bearing the eight-pointed Maltese cross.

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