Highlights of this tour
- Mount Etna
Your English-speaking driver-guide waits for you at the cruise terminal or he will meet you at your accommodation, with a private adapted vehicle. You can find him by the sign he is holding with your name on it. Together with your guide, you make your way to Taormina and Mount Etna, to see the highest volcano in Europe.
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Your first stop of this tour is a visit is to the beautiful town of Taormina. It is the most famous touristic town in Sicily. The place where you find the ruins of the Greek-Roman Theatre, which has inspired many famous writers, artists, and musicians. This picturesque city is situated on a mountain top that overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. With the variety of things to explore and visit, Taormina is a place where you can easily spend a few days relaxing and enjoy the magnificent surroundings.
From the Roman Theatre, situated on the top of the hill, you can admire magnificent panoramic views over the Straits and town of Messina, and you see the Ionian Sea and Mount Etna.
After the Roman Theatre, the amazing views and taking in the surroundings there is some free time for exploring, or some shopping before your driver-guide takes you up the slopes of Europe’s largest active volcano, Mount Etna. Not only the largest but also the volcano with the longest record of continuous eruption. Your wheelchair accessible transportation will pass through vineyards and villages, to a height of 6,000ft above sea level. There you can explore some extinct craters and lava flows.
At the end of the day, your driver-guide brings you back to the cruise port or your accommodation.
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