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Oil tour experience

Oil tour experience - Marzamemi, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Marzamemi, Italy

From USD
$161.97

You'll visit a country estate of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Production P.D.O. Monti Iblei.
During: 4/5 hours
Time: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm,
Pick up & drop off from Furriando Turismo in Marzamemi ... More info ›

You'll visit a country estate of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Production P.D.O. Monti Iblei.
During: 4/5 hours
Time: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm,
Pick up & drop off from Furriando Turismo in Marzamemi.
Min 4 pax.

Visit to the olive grove with description of the territory (Contrada Cavasecca), of the cultivars (Tonda Iblea, Siracusana, Nocellara, Biancolilla, Ogliarola) and harvesting techniques (hand-burnishing, combs, etc.).
Visit to the Necropolis to the Bronze Age, 2.000 A.C.
Visit the tenement with description of the Tenuta Cavasecca.
Visit to the "Oil Room" with description of the entire production process (Collection / transport, Washing, Hammer crushing, Graming, Centrifugation, Storage, Bottling).
Cavasecca oils tasting with:
A) Seasonal fresh vegetables produced in Tenuta: carrots, celery, tomatoes;
B) Soups: lentils, chickpeas, beans, barley, spelled;
C) Bread: ancient grains.
Possible possibility of direct purchase.
LUNCH
Hot Ricotta - Making of, served with Cavasecca oil.
Local cheeses (caciocavallo, pecorino, ragusano, provola, etc.) with jams home made and honey (distinguishing between: citrus honey, almond honey and carob honey).
Local mozzarella
Bruschetta
"Pane Cunzatu"
Roasted peppers
Caponata
Parmigiana
An home-made pasta with vegetable sauce (tomatoes, onions, aubergines, celery, carrot, peppers, cream, brandy, ricotta salata)
Typical desserts (ricotta cannoli + homemade desserts)
Local wines (white / red) + homemade passito / distilled spirits to accompany the dessert.

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PANTALICA AND ANAPO RIVER

PANTALICA AND ANAPO RIVER - Marzamemi, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Marzamemi, Italy

From USD
$80.98

Duration: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Elevation gain: 235 m.
Pax min: 4
Included: Guided hiking tour with multilingual naturalistic guide (belonging to the A.I.G.A.E., Italian Association for Professional Nature and Walking Guides) ... More info ›

Duration: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Elevation gain: 235 m.
Pax min: 4
Included: Guided hiking tour with multilingual naturalistic guide (belonging to the A.I.G.A.E., Italian Association for Professional Nature and Walking Guides).
We provide a pick-up service from your accommodation or collection point and back on request.
Not included:  Everything is not specified in the "include".
Equipment We recommend layered clothing that is ideal for all weather conditions. Optional equipment: wind stopper, hiking shoes, backpack containing rain-jacket and rain-pants, water-bottle, sunscreen, hat, batteries, eventually a change of clothes that you can leave in the minibus.

A unique adventure to discover Pantalica, that really represents the area of Sicily where the union between 'nature and history' is clearly made real. Evocative limestone canyons ('cave' in local dialect) hide endless clearwater streams, lush river vegetation and vertical rockfaces dotted with some 5000 tombs carved into the rock that can be found amid the varied Mediterranean craggy bush vegetation: thus describing in a few words the largest European necropolis, recently listed as a UNESCO site. A beautiful trail carved into the rock will take you to visit the ancient pre-Hellenic and Byzantine settlements, the Pipistrelli (bats) cave and the old disused railway line, next to wonderful mirror like pools adorned by lush vegetation.

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Noto: the stone garden

Noto: the stone garden - Marzamemi, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Marzamemi, Italy

From USD
$75.20

During: hallf Day, 9:00 am - 01 pm or 4 pm - 8 pm
Pick up & drop off to Furriando Turismo in Marzamemi.
Rate includes: Transfer with minivan and driver, licensed tour guidet,  parking tickets, entrance to the Palazzo Nicolaci.
Rate doesn’t includes: food and beverage, tips, and everything not explicit in “Rate includes”
Pax Min: 4

Noto, in the province of Syracuse,  is one of the "baroque jewels" of the island. Thanks to the magnificent architectural details of its churches and nobiliary buildings, the town  belongs to the world culture heritage list of Unesco ... More info ›

During: hallf Day, 9:00 am - 01 pm or 4 pm - 8 pm
Pick up & drop off to Furriando Turismo in Marzamemi.
Rate includes: Transfer with minivan and driver, licensed tour guidet,  parking tickets, entrance to the Palazzo Nicolaci.
Rate doesn’t includes: food and beverage, tips, and everything not explicit in “Rate includes”
Pax Min: 4

Noto, in the province of Syracuse,  is one of the "baroque jewels" of the island. Thanks to the magnificent architectural details of its churches and nobiliary buildings, the town  belongs to the world culture heritage list of Unesco. The town is also known as "stone garden".
Noto was built from the year 1693, after a tremendous heartquake which destroyed the ancient medieval town. For this reason, the town center was built in an uniform baroque style. The "corso" starts at the Porta Reale, a nice arch of triumph in neoclassic style, built in the mid of the 19th century for the visit of the king Ferdinand II of Bourbon. Walking along the main street you wull entcounter an impressing sequence of sumptuous religious buildings: the San Francesco all'Immacolata church, the Santissimo Salvatore monastery, the Santa Chiara church.
In the main square it's possible to visit the imponent cathedral of San Nicolò. The cathedral of Noto is famous for the collapse of its dome in 1996. After long restoration works the cathedral was rebuilt in its originary form and using the same golden limestone which is typical of this area. In the same square it's also possible to visit Palazzo Ducezio, the town hall and to admire the archbishop's palace and palazzo Landolina di Santalfano. Continuing the walk on the main street, you will se the baroque San Carlo Borromeo church and in front of it, via Nicolaci. This street is famous for  palazzo Nicolaci, a nobiliary building with wonderful baroque balconies. The "corso" ends with the elegant fontana d'Ercole (fountain of Hercules), the baroque San Domenico church and the neoclassic theater.

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