ruins, astonishing hilltowns, beautiful Baroque churches, delectable
pastry shops, heady rich wines, gentle seas, warm sun, fragrant orange
groves – Sicily has it all.
places in the world have been as blessed with such a rich heritage.
Carthaginians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Normans and the Spanish
all contributed to culture and architecture on the Mediterranean's largest
Our walks are diverse - in both towns and wild remote
areas, amid mountains and seaside nature reserves, among ancient Roman
ruins, along legendary coastline
and past baroque Sicilian architecture.
of the best things about Sicily is the food. Delicious vegetable dishes
are derived from ancient recipes using citrus fruit, capers, olives and
herbs. Fish is one of the highlights. Sicilian ice-cream is
legendary and comes in wonderful flavours like cinnamon and even jasmine.
our tour we stay for three nights in a hotel in the northeast near Taormina. We then move
south to stay near the sea just outside the town of Noto for four nights.
Noto is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
About Walkers' World Sicily
This is a "two-centred" walking holiday where we stay at two
different hotels during the week. Our private bus takes us to
the start of the walks and brings us back at the end of the day. Our
guided walks show you the best of spectacular countryside and