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14 Days / 13 Nights
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Palermo, Cefalu, Taormina, Catania, Syracuse, Modica, Ragusa, Piazza Armerina, Agrigento, Selinunte, Monreale, Athens, Mykonos, Santorini

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Departures every Friday from Palermo from April 2nd to October 22 inclusive, or from Athens, every Saturday from March 27 to October 16 inclusive.

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What is included in this package

  • 3-night accommodation in Palermo, unique hotel category 4 *
  • 2-night accommodation in Catania, unique hotel category 4 *
  • 1-night accommodation in Ragusa, unique hotel category 4 *
  • 1-night accommodation in Agrigento, unique hotel category 4 *
  • 2-night accommodation in the desired hotel category in Athens.
  • 2-night accommodation in the desired hotel category in Mykonos.
  • 2-night accommodation in the desired hotel category in Santorini.
  • Welcome cocktail in Palermo.
  • Tour to Sicily with full board and Official English guide.
  • Tasting of typical products in Selinunte and Modica
  • Air-conditioned bus with maximum comfort and free wi-fi
  • Tour escort at disposal for the whole tour in Italy.
  • Guided visits according to the tour itinerary in Italy.
  • Porterage at the Italian hotels.
  • Flights Athens-Palermo and Santorini-Athens with 1 piece of checked-in luggage (23 kgs).
  • Ferry tickets with numbered seats Piraeus - Mykonos - Santorini.
  • Tickets included to the archaeological sites visited during the guided excursions.
  • Half-day city tour with an official English-speaking guide in Athens.
  • Evening Guided Walking Tour of Monastiraki, Plaka and Anafiotika.
  • Daily breakfast in Greece.
  • 24-hour Emergency phone line.

What is not included in this package + Optional Supplements

  • Tips and personal expenses.
  • International flights not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Beverages (Coffee and Wine during meals at the Hotels in Italy)
  • Porter service in Greece.
  • Check for additional nights in Palermo, Athens, Mykonos, or Santorini by clicking on "Customize your Program" or in step 1, at the time of your reservation.
  • Optional supplement Fast ferries by clicking on "Customize your Program" or in step 1, at the time of your reservation.
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  • 10% discount for groups of more than 10 travelers

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Package Tour Itinerary: Sicilian


Upon arrival in Palermo, the capital of Sicily, one of our vehicles will be waiting for you at the airport to transfer you comfortably and quickly to the hotel. The rest of the day will be free for you to relax and begin enjoying Palermo at your own pace.

Remember that dinner at the hotel is included.

Greca Tip: As a culmination of your gastronomic experience, try cannoli, the king of traditional Sicilian desserts.


You will enjoy a buffet breakfast at your hotel and then depart for Cefalu, sitting serenely between its natural bay and the towering rocky granite mass of La Rocca.  It is a charming coastal town, a former fishing village, which is also home to a breathtaking Norman Cathedral, famous for its splendid mosaic of Christ Pantocractor above the altar – a stunning Byzantine mosaic that is considered to be one of the most important pieces of religious artwork in Sicily. Together with the Palatine Chapel in Palermo and the Duomo in Monreale, the Cathedral of Cefule was granted status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015. Take a stroll to the city centre and down main street to reach the Cathedral and the medieval wash-house, lavatoio, built into the rock atop a river and accessed via a wide lumachella and lava staircase.

You will then proceed to Taormina and on the way there you will have lunch at a local restaurant. You will spend the afternoon in this charming city perched on a rocky promontory high above the sea and called "the pearl of the Ionian Sea".  Beautifully restored mediaeval buildings, breathtaking views around every corner and a giddy network of winding streets strewn with shops, bars and restaurants make for the perfect holiday resort. You will have free time for shopping, to visit the Palazzo Corvaja or simply relax and enjoy a refreshing granita at the Piazza del Duomo. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Greek-Roman Theatre, which started its life in the 3rd Century BC hosting performances of works by Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes. Originally quite small, it was enlarged by the Romans to accommodate their own particular brand of theatrical extravaganza. The views from the theatre are spectacular, taking in the Giardini Naxos below and the Etna volcano.

Your final destination for the day will be Catania, where you will enjoy dinner and spend the night.

Greca Tip: A granita is a frosty treat and comes in a variety of flavours, lemon and almond being two of the most typical flavours.


After your breakfast you will depart for Syracuse, the most important city of Magna Graecia. You will visit the archaeological area “Neapolis” including the famous Greek Theatre, that could accommodate up to 15,000 spectators and still used for an annual festival running from the middle of May to the end of June; the Latomie of the Paradise, the old stone quarries that used to serve a rather sinister purpose: 7,000 Athenian prisoners of war were kept here after the Sicilian Expedition in 413 BC and the “Orecchio di Dyionisio”, a 20m-high, slender pointed arch cut into the rock face that develops inwards for about 65m. The name was given by Caravaggio during his visit in 1608 and legend would tell us that it was used by Dionysius the Tyrant as a prison for his bitterest enemies. The excellent cathedral-like acoustics meant that he could hear their conversations from outside.

You will continue to the island of Ortigia, measuring just 1km by 500 metres, but packed with over 2,500 years of history.  Architectural styles vary widely, encompassing Greek and Roman remains, Mediaeval Norman buildings and a great deal of baroque. You will see the small baroque old city centre of Syracuse, visit the Cathedral, which is built upon the site of the Temple of Minerva, the legendary Arethusa Fountain and the Temple of Apollo, supposedly the first great Doric temple of its kind in Sicily. You will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Ortigia and in the afternoon you will return to Catania for a nice walking tour. During the tour in Catania, you will stroll through the city centre with your professional guide, who will charm you with the history of the city.

Dinner and Overnight at your hotel in Catania.

Greca Tip: In Ortigia you can find cheeses, hams and cured meats of the very best quality, many of which, especially those produced in Sicily, you will find nowhere else.


Today, and after your breakfast, you will travel to Modica, a town nestling at the bottom of a gorge. Like the other towns in the Val di Noto, it was badly damaged in the 1693 earthquake and largely rebuilt in Sicilian Baroque style. Due to its architecture it has been recognized as providing an  outstanding testimony to the exuberant genius and final flowering of Baroque art in Europe. Modica is a town with an ancient history, nicknamed "the city of 100 churches" and some of its most representative monuments, such as the Cathedral of San Pietro and the Church of San Giorgio, have been proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The tour will then continue with a visit inside the Artisan chocolate workshop. Modica is custodian of a 400 year tradition of Sicilian chocolate-making. Being part of the Spanish kingdom for so many years meant that Sicily was often one of the first recipients of the new foodstuffs being brought back from South America. Cacao was one of these and today Modica still specialises in making granulous chocolate, often flavoured with chilli pepper, cinnamon or vanilla, that is based on Aztec methods and recipes. At the workshop you will have the chance to discover the techniques leading to the production of an amazing quality of "the Modican's chocolate". You will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, followed by free time to explore the town at your own pace and indulge in some shopping. 

You will continue to Ragusa, where you will check in at your hotel, have dinner and relax. Alternatively, you may join an optional "by night" visit to the ancient city of “Ragusa Ibla", cradle of the Sicilian baroque, with its Cathedral and the public garden “Giardino Ibleo”. In Ragusa Ibla the sight of houses, churches and civic palazzi piled on top of each other and clinging to the walls of the gorge, is really quite breathtaking. The optional excursion will take place with a minimum number of participants and a supplement is to be paid on the spot.

Overnight stay at your hotel in Ragusa.

Greca Tip: In the Piazza Duomo you can enjoy your drink at one of the outdoor tables or try the special ice-cream flavours in the most popular gelateria of the region, Gelati DiVini.


Buffet breakfast at your hotel and departure to Piazza Armerina to visit the worldwide known Villa Romana del Casale, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to its well-preserved mosaics depicting mythological themes and hunting scenes.

You will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant with a special menu chosen to give you the opportunity to taste the local culinary dishes. You will then head to Agrigento, a hillside town famous for its magnificent Valley of the Temples, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is not really a valley, as the site is located on a promontory above the sea, and its archaeological park is composed of 12 temples and built in the time of ancient Greece, from the 6th century to the 2nd century BC. You will be guided though the Valley, including a tour of the Temple of Concordia, which is in almost perfectly preserved condition, the Temples of Juno and Heracles.

Upon arrival in Agrigento you will check in at your hotel, have dinner and spend the night.

Greca Tip: The Grillo wine, known as Contea di Sclafani, is produced around Agrigento, making it the perfect wine to accompany your meals or the perfect gift for you and your loved ones.


After a delicious buffet breakfast, you will head to Selinunte, beautifully located, sitting on a high plain and overlooking the sea.  Here lies the largest archaeological park in Europe, with an area of 270 hectares.  On a par with pretty much anything found in Greece itself, Selinunte has lain abandoned for nearly 2,500 years, its numerous temples, its acropolis and its agora in dignified ruins. After a brief visit to the “Eastern Hill”, you will continue to the large Doric temple known as Temple E, which is in the best state of conservation of the entire archaeological area, and finally to Temple G, a massively ambitious project that may never have been finished. It would have been one of the biggest temples of the ancient world, and the mound of masonry is still impressive today.  

You will then proceed to a typical farmhouse, that produces olive oil, for an oil tasting experience and a delicious lunch. Your next destination will be the capital of Sicily, Palermo. You will first visit the town of Monreale, situated at a panoramic viewpoint, on a hill, only a few kilometres away from Palermo.  Monreale would be a fairly non-descript town were it not for the presence of one of the world’s most stunning architectural treasures: the Duomo. Monreal's Cathedral is one of the most beautiful monuments of the world with its Moorish architecture and some of the finest mosaics depicting scenes from the Old and New Testaments. Wave after wave of this dazzling beauty culminates in the colossal representation of Christ Pantocrator. You will also visit the Benedictine Cloister in Arab-Norman style, which features a huge central cloister, Arabic arches and 108 pairs of marble columns.  It is an oasis of peace and you will feel like being in the garden of a rich man’s house in Egypt or Damascus of yesteryear. Behind the cloister, towards the “Belvedere”, you will have stunning views over the fertile valley of the Golden Shell towards Palermo. 

Finally, arrival at your hotel in Palermo, dinner and overnight stay.

Greca Tip: In Monreale you may try the traditional bread, a very popular product throughout the province, and finally the Monreale biscuits, such as the “Reginelle” with sesame seeds and the “Algerians” with icing sugar.


This morning will be dedicated to the historical centre of the town, one of the largest in Europe. You will visit Martorana Church, Piazza Bellini, Piazza Pretoria, “I Quattro Canti di Città - the four corners”, with a pleasant walk along Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the ancient “Cassaro”, Piazza Bologni, the Cathedral (internal visit) and the outside of the Norman Palace. You will have the chance to taste Palermo’s street food at a typical local market.

In the afternoon you will be free to roam the city at your leisure or, for those who are interested, you will have the opportunity to go on a panoramic optional tour to the surrounding areas of Palermo: the “Palazzina Cinese” close to the green park of “la Favorita”  and Mondello, an ancient fishermen's village with a wonderful sandy beach, where you can enjoy a delicious ice cream. The tour can take place with a minimum number of participants and a supplement is to be paid on the spot.

Return to your hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

Greca Tip: You may also join a guided tour of the largest opera house in Italy and the third largest in Europe, Il Teatro Massimo, and explore the history and intrigue of the theatre.


After breakfast and at the time indicated, you will be transferred to Palermo airport to board your flight to Athens.

Upon your arrival in the mythical city of Athens, we will transfer you to your hotel in one of our private vehicles.  An English-speaking assistant will welcome you at your hotel, help you with the check-in, update you on the details of your trip, answer any questioins you may have and give you a brief account of the city and its day to day life.

The rest of the day will be fee for you to relax and start enjoying Athens at your own pace.

In the evening you can join our guided walking tour of the most charming neighborhoods of Athens such as Anafiotika, Thisseio, Monastiraki and Plaka.

Greca Tip: In Plaka look for something alluring, like ceramics, musical instruments, handmade jewellery to specialty food shops stacked high with olives and spices.


After your breakfast and at the appointed time, you will commence the panoramic tour of the Athenian Neoclassical Center: the Parliament, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the University, the Library, and National Academy, the Ilion Palace, the Temple of Zeus and Hadrian's Gate, the Panathenaic Stadium, and many other monuments and sites of great interest.  You will learn all there is to know about their history and background from the licensed English-speaking Tour Guide accompanying you on this tour.

After the panoramic tour, you will visit the "sacred rock", the spectacular, unique and magnificent Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum. The entrance fee to both sites is included. At the end of the visit, you can either choose to return to your hotel or set out on your own adventure through the charming and picturesque streets of Plaka.

In the evening, a walking tour is included and will take you through the prettiest areas of Athens, such as Anafiotika, Thissio, Monastiraki, and Plaka.

Greca Tip: You can enjoy your meal or a drink in one of the fine restaurants and bars hidden in the alleys of Plaka with their 19th-century facades garlanded with flowering bougainvilleas.


Early in the morning, one of our private vehicles will be waiting for you along with your assistant to transfer you to the port of Piraeus where you will board the ferry to the famous island of Mykonos. The crossing is scheduled at the ideal time of the day so as to enjoy the sun on deck and marvel at the deep blue of the Aegean sea. The chosen name is said to be "the heap of stones" or the "rocky place", but a later version states that the island's name is connected to the hero Mykono, son of the king of Dilos Aniou.

Upon your arrival on the island, one of our English speaking representatives will be waiting to welcome you, transfer you to your hotel and introduce you to this famous island.

The rest of the day is free for you to relax and immerse yourself in the 'slow' way of life of the islanders.

Greca Tip: You can select a fast ferry in step 1 of 3 of your reservation.


Free day to enjoy this magnificent island. Mykonos is the meeting point of the international "jet set", famous for its wonderful beaches, the dazzling shops and vibrant nightlife.

The island's cuisine is mainly Mediterranean, which makes vegetables and olive oil a basic part of the daily menu, as well as certain spices (oregano, basil ...) and on many occasions, fish and seafood.

Just a few minutes away by ferry, there is the historic island of Delos, which, according to Greek mythology, was the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. This small island, inhabited since 3000 B.C., was one of the most important cultural centers of antiquity.

Greca tip: We recommend hiring a car or a motorcycle to venture out on the island, experience the local customs and feel yourself like a Mykonian.


Having enjoyed a tasty breakfast, appreciating life like a Greek, one of our vehicles will pick you up at the agreed time to drive you to the port where you will continue on to your next destination, the island which is an inexhaustible source of inspiration, Santorini. Approaching the island, you will have the opportunity to admire the capital city of Fira, with its white houses overhanging the cliffside and facing the volcano.

Upon your arrival, one of our English-speaking representatives will be waiting for you at the port to welcome you, direct you to your hotel and comment a little more on the highlights of this picturesque island. The rest of the day is free to wander through the narrow streets.

Greca Tip: Sit back and enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world from one of the coffee shops located at Oia.


Considered to be the lost continent of Atlantis, this is a free day for you and your companion to explore this magical island. Optionally, you can choose to go on a dazzling sailboat tour that comprises visits to the small islands inside the caldera, Nea and Palea Kameni, with the hot springs of green and yellow waters. All the time, the capital city of Fira will never be far away but will faithfully accompany us throughout the cruise tour.

Greca Tip: We also recommend hiring a vehicle in order to find out more about this island, taste its wine and its excellent local cuisine.


At the agreed time, you will be transferred to the airport of Santorini, from where you will board your flight to Athens.

Your arrival at the airport will correspond to your international flight, which should preferably have a departure not earlier than 12:30 p.m. Having spent a few fantastic days with Greca, we hope to see you soon so as to create together new and extraordinary moments that will be lovingly etched in your memory. Have a nice trip! or as Greeks say Kalo taksidi!

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