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Taormina and Sicily

Sicily is suitable for any type of event: an incentive trip to Sicily has endless program possibilities. Sicilia is home to sun with a pleasant climate all year round. The island, being the largest island in the Mediterranean, is an amazing destination full of art, archaeology, history, folklore and breathtaking scenery that go together with great food.


You can choose the most appropriate theme: history, traditions, excellent Mediterranean cuisine, exciting Team building activities on imposing mountains and one of Europe's greatest natural wonder, Mount Etna , gorgeous beaches, possibility to navigate to the legendary Faraglioni rocks in Acitrezza. Discovering Sicily, you discover the world, being the world's first multicultural society that has been ruled by Asians, Africans and Europeans.


Founded by the Greeks in the 5th century BC, Taormina is one of Sicily's leading holiday destinations, this mountaintop town overlooking the Ionian coast is a fashionable resort, full of restaurants and shop, with beaches nearby and a fine Greek amphitheatre which is used for concerts and plays. A stylish film festival is held in June. Medieval walls enclose the old town's stone streets which are, many of them, closed to traffic. There are several castles, including those in the Castelmola overlooking Taormina.


The Baroque city of Catania, once called Ætna, after the volcano, it has also been known as Katane. It was founded by the Greeks in the 8th century BC. Located South of the active volcano Mount Etna, the city was covered seven times by the lava flow and rebuilt. It’s birthplace of the composer Bellini and good base for those who wish to visit Etna and experience the active volcano.

Mount Etna

The volcano with the height of aprox. 3300 mt is one of the world's most active ones... It has been erupting since centuries. It towers over Catania, the island's second-largest city and it’s one of the very interesting adventure in Sicily. Several activities can be organized to discover the whole area and experience the craters!


located in the South-eastern part of Sicily, better known as Syracuse, was founded by the Greeks in the 8th century BC. It was also one of the most beautiful city; Archimedes, Plato and Saint Paul loved it. The earthquake in 1693 changed forever  the appearance of Syracuse, as well as the entire Val di Noto (Noto is a town located in the province of Syracuse, well known for its Baroque architecture) Nowadays the city’s archaeological site is part of the list of the UNESCO. The area is wide and the old city, Ortygia, with its charming, narrow streets, closed to traffic, hide some beautiful treasures. The cathedral, ancient Temple of Athena, whose columns and walls are still visible throughout the church...Its Greek theatre is still used and classic dramas are performed here each year


Agrigento has very ancient origins and was once part of the Magna Grecia. Nowadays it is a famous  tourist centre thanks to its amazingly rich archaeological legacy which offers some of the best preserved Greek ruin sites in the world. The "Valley of the Temples" is situated in its premises and it’s surrounded by olive groves and almond orchards. In Agrigento we can visit several ancient Greek temples, including the Temple of Concord, one of only two completely standing ones in Sicily.


Together with Agrigento has one of Sicily's two completely standing Greek temples. Here is the best-preserved ancient Doric temple in what used to be the Greek world. The site's ancient amphitheatre, set on a hill, boasts a magnificent position.


Trapani presents an historical centre and a fascinating collection of splendid monuments dating to different epochs. The coast, one of the most impressive in Italy, comprises very valuable naturalistic spots and an extraordinary natural heritage .The famous Egadi Islands and the splendid volcanic isle of Pantelleria, are belonging to this Province. To mention also, the particularly breathtaking landscapes composed of saline banks which have created a unique environment of great cultural and economic relevance. The fishing industry flourishes, especially the famous tuna or tonnare which are caught by fishermen who still use the mattanza technique to catch the tunas.  


It'is like a rough, uncut jewel, facing the gulf and surrounded by orange and lemon groves of the Conca D’Oro: the polychromatic marble of its buildings, its Arabian-like domes, its vibrant and colourful Vucciria market or the  Kalsa Quarter and its lush green, like Parco della Favorita, Villa Giulia and the Garibaldi Gardens. You'll find this bustling city chaotic and dusty yet interesting.

Piazza Armerina

It’s the location of a Roman villa With an area of over 3500 sqm, hunting residence of Maximilian Herculean. It’s an amazing testimony of life in Roman times due to the impeccable condition of the mosaics floors, famous throughout the world:great technical with an amazing variety of subjects and colours.

Aeolian Islands

Astonishingly beautiful and extremely varied, once believed to be the home of Aeolus and Vulcan, the god of the winds and the god of fire, the seven islands and various uninhabited islets of the Aeolian archipelago are scattered like stars across the blue Tyrrhenian Sea, north of Sicily. They were designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2000. Each island has a personal identity : from the spartan conical Alicudi and untamed Filicudi, where donkeys are the only form of land transport, to the international jet-set playground of Panarea, that together with Lipari are very popular. Especially appealing in warmer months. Salina instead is very solitary and Vulcano and Stromboli are lively