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Here are your 9 search results for Day Trips & Excursions in Province of Palermo, Italy

Private Self-Guided Tour of Cefalu and Santo Stefano di Camastra from Palermo

Private Self-Guided Tour of Cefalu and Santo Stefano di Camastra from Palermo - Palermo, Italy
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$617.58

Explore Cefalù and Santo Stefano di Camastra on this 8-hour self-guided day trip from Palermo. Despite the small size of Cefalù, it attracts millions of tourists every year from all parts of Sicily, Italy, and Europe. There is a youthful atmosphere and a lively nightlife

You driver will meet you in front of your Palermo hotel, then drive you to Cefalù and Santo Stefano di Camastra on Sicily’s coast ... More info ›

Explore Cefalù and Santo Stefano di Camastra on this 8-hour self-guided day trip from Palermo. Despite the small size of Cefalù, it attracts millions of tourists every year from all parts of Sicily, Italy, and Europe. There is a youthful atmosphere and a lively nightlife

You driver will meet you in front of your Palermo hotel, then drive you to Cefalù and Santo Stefano di Camastra on Sicily’s coast.

In Cefalù, you will admire the majestic cathedral, one of the most interesting medieval buildings in the region. Legend says that Roger II, the well-known Norman sovereign of Sicily, in gratitude to God for sparing his life in a violent storm at sea, commissioned the building of a grand cathedral at Cefalù, where he landed after the tempest. The church reflects the various Norman, Latin, Greek, and Arab influences of Sicilian history. The province is also very famous for its beaches. It is ideal for an afternoon stroll, a place to sit on a bench and watch the sea roll in, or a place to sun and swim.

You will visit the medieval laundry, where women could gather to wash clothing in a series of large basins that line up in an unusual stepped sequence. You'll see the beautiful Santo Stefano Church, also known as the Church of Purgatory. Its delicately carved Baroque portal looks out onto a small square from atop a graceful double staircase with iron balustrades. Greenery and flowers make the square even more intimate. 

Your trip will continue on to Santo Stefano di Camastra, a lovely little village famous for its refined and historical tradition of ceramic production. The pretty and colorful ceramics are sold to visitors in the many shops along the streets of its center.

After the tour is finished, your driver will take you back to your accommodation in downtown Palermo.

Please note: A tour guide is not included, a suggestion may be to bring a guidebook. Remember to check the website for opening times of the location and the price of entrance ticket. Entrance fees are not included.

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Full-Day Agrigento Round Trip Tour from Palermo

Full-Day Agrigento Round Trip Tour from Palermo - Palermo, Italy
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$679.00

Explore the historic beauty of Agrigento with this 8-hour trip from Palermo. Also visit the village of Enna and see a Roman villa in Piazza Armerina before returning to Palermo.

Get picked up at your Palermo hotel or another location in central Palermo to begin this day trip ... More info ›

Explore the historic beauty of Agrigento with this 8-hour trip from Palermo. Also visit the village of Enna and see a Roman villa in Piazza Armerina before returning to Palermo.

Get picked up at your Palermo hotel or another location in central Palermo to begin this day trip. The first stop is Agrigento.

Agrigento became one of the most important cities in the Mediterranean area and its relevance is proved by the remains in the magnificent Valley of Temples. The site boundary includes the entire territory of the ancient city, the extramural area of the necropolis, the remains of the residential area of Hellenistic and Roman Agrigento, the network of underground aqueducts, and a wide portion of land where there are still unexcavated archaeological structures.

One of the most surprising fact about Agrigento is that the ancient city was more extensive than the new one. In the center of town is the famous Via Atenea where shops, trattorias, and restaurants are lined up.

Travel next to the beautiful village of Enna. It is known as the 'Province of Lakes,' the only Sicilian Province without an outlet to the sea. Instead, it possesses the greatest number of ponds and lakes.

Remains of ancient reigns are scattered throughout the territory, and in exploring the area you will easily recognize the passage of the Normans, Swabians and Aragonese through architecture and other signs. Architecture also reveals the expansion of the Baroque from the eastern coast to the interior. This area is also full of typical dishes that you can't resist!

Your trip will end with a bang visiting Piazza Armerina to see an ancient Roman villa with its magnificent mosaics. They depict scenes from daily life in ancient Rome.

The remains of another village, Sofiana (the ancient Proedium Philosophianum), have been discovered about 6 kilometers south of the villa. This discovery includes baths, as well as Roman and Byzantine cemeteries and the vestiges of a Paleo Christian church. Enjoy the scenery of the mountainous area of Piazza Armerina, not far from Enna.

Return to Palermo at the end of the day.

Please note: A tour guide is not included, a suggestion may be to bring a guidebook. Remember to check the website for opening times of the location and the price of entrance ticket. Entrance fees are not included.

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San Vito lo Capo beach full day

San Vito lo Capo beach full day - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$134.01

San Vito lo capo is among the most beautiful beaches in Italy, with shallow waters suitable for children and water with Caribbean colors, the town is also very characteristic

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Stop At: Spiaggia di San Vito lo Capo, Via Lungomare, San Vito lo Capo, Sicily Italy

Day at the wonderful beach of San Vito lo Capo

Duration: 6 hours

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San Vito lo capo is among the most beautiful beaches in Italy, with shallow waters suitable for children and water with Caribbean colors, the town is also very characteristic

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Stop At: Spiaggia di San Vito lo Capo, Via Lungomare, San Vito lo Capo, Sicily Italy

Day at the wonderful beach of San Vito lo Capo

Duration: 6 hours

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Tour Monreale & Bagheria Museo Guttuso half day

Tour Monreale & Bagheria Museo Guttuso half day - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$189.85

tour reso unico dal fascino Duomo di Monreale con i suoi meravigliosi mosaici , e dalla visita di Villa Cattolica a Bagheria (Museo Guttuso)

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Stop At: Duomo di Monreale, Piazza Guglielmo II 1, 90046, Monreale, Sicily Italy

visita al duomo con i suoi meravigliosi mosaici

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Museo Guttuso, Via Rammacca 9 Villa Cattolica, 90011 Bagheria, Sicily Italy

visita al Museo Guttuso di Bagheria ubicato all'interno di Villa Cattolica accoglie al suo interno una straordinaria collezione di opere d'arte. Opere del maestro bagherese Renato Guttuso

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

tour reso unico dal fascino Duomo di Monreale con i suoi meravigliosi mosaici , e dalla visita di Villa Cattolica a Bagheria (Museo Guttuso)

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Duomo di Monreale, Piazza Guglielmo II 1, 90046, Monreale, Sicily Italy

visita al duomo con i suoi meravigliosi mosaici

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Museo Guttuso, Via Rammacca 9 Villa Cattolica, 90011 Bagheria, Sicily Italy

visita al Museo Guttuso di Bagheria ubicato all'interno di Villa Cattolica accoglie al suo interno una straordinaria collezione di opere d'arte. Opere del maestro bagherese Renato Guttuso

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Agrigento and Valley of the Temples Day Trip from Palermo

Agrigento and Valley of the Temples Day Trip from Palermo - Palermo, Italy
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$67.01

Immerse yourself in ancient Sicilian history with a visit to Agrigento’s Valley of the Kings. The day trip from Palermo includes a pamphlet at the UNESCO-listed archaeological site ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in ancient Sicilian history with a visit to Agrigento’s Valley of the Kings. The day trip from Palermo includes a pamphlet at the UNESCO-listed archaeological site. Learn the tales of the Carthaginians and Romans as they battled for power of the city, and see prehistoric artifacts inside Agrigento Archaeological Museum. Entrance fees are at your own expense.

Leave your Palermo hotel with your guide and group, and travel along country roads to the historic city of Agrigento. Along the way, stop for a coffee (own expense) before you arrive at the Valley of the Temples. 

Pay your entrance fee, then visit the temples of Hera, Concordia, and Apollo, as well as Hardcastle Villa. As you explore, learn about the ruins and Agrigento itself.

Set on a plateau overlooking the sea, the city is thought to have been founded by Greek colonists around 580 BC. It became the scene of ancient conflict and power struggles, marked by the Punic Wars when the Carthaginians and Romans battled for control of the city. Hear about life in the city after the fall of the Roman Empire, when locals moved to the acropolis at the top of the hill. 

When your tour of the site finishes, enjoy some free time for lunch at your own expense. Then, head inside Agrigento Archaeological Museum to explore at your leisure. The museum is home to more than 5,000 archaeological artifacts from the prehistoric era to the end of the Greek-Roman period. 

Later, meet your driver for the journey back to your Palermo hotel.

Please note that the guide is included with minimum 13 participants.

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Segesta Erice and Salt Pans Full Day Excursion

Segesta Erice and Salt Pans Full Day Excursion - Palermo, Italy
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$67.01

Discover three of the most beautiful sites of Western Sicily: Segesta, Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani and the Mediavial hill-top town of Erice.

This itinerary is always popular with clients from all over the world. It is a stress-free day that gives you a little idea of Sicily in just one day.

Visit three different sites: Segesta, an archaeological site; Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani, that show you the Sicilian coast with its beautiful landscape and nature; and Erice, a Medieval town ... More info ›

Discover three of the most beautiful sites of Western Sicily: Segesta, Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani and the Mediavial hill-top town of Erice.

This itinerary is always popular with clients from all over the world. It is a stress-free day that gives you a little idea of Sicily in just one day.

Visit three different sites: Segesta, an archaeological site; Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani, that show you the Sicilian coast with its beautiful landscape and nature; and Erice, a Medieval town. The road is really pretty with unforgettable views from the old street going up from Trapani to mount Erice (old monte San Giuliano). All three sites are not far from Palermo. Thanks to this day trip, you have more time to explore all sites. This itinerary is also named "the Elimian's Road," because the Elimians are one of the first inhabitants of this zone in Sicily.The ancient Greek name of Erice was Eryx (Έρυξ in Greek), and its foundation was associated with the eponymous Greek hero Eryx. It was not a Greek colony, as the Phoenicians founded it, but was largely Hellenized. It was destroyed in the First Punic War by the Carthaginians, and from then on declined in importance.Eryx was conquered by Aghlebids in 831 and was renamed as Cebel Hamid (In Western sources Gebel Hamed, meaning Mountain of Hamid). It was ruled by Arabs until the Norman conquest. In 1167 the Normans renamed it Monte San Giuliano. It was known as Monte San Giuliano until 1934.

Guide included with the minimum number of participants.

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