Excursion Etna Taormina

Excursion Etna Taormina

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Private Excursion Etna Taormina

This is the best full day excursion to enjoy the beauties of East Sicily in just one day. You can live the experience of Etna Volcano, and walk in the Amazing Taormina.

The Excursion Etna Taormina is perfect if you start from Hotels or Ports in Messina, Catania, Giardini Naxos and sourrounding. This is a tour for everyone, without difficulty and very satisfying. During the trip there will be the opportunity to taste for free wines and products of the Etna territory, on a farm in Zafferana Etnea, famous for its honey and wine production.

Excursion Etna Taormina
Silvestri Craters Etna
Excursion to Etna

Our driver will take you up to Rifugio Sapienza, approximately 2000 meters above sea level. Along the way, you will see some typical villages, built of volcanic stone, and enjoy the beauty and the wilderness of the Mount Etna volcano.

Once there, you will have free time to visit the volcanic sites, or for any hiking, organized on site. Coming down from the summit of Mount Etna, you will visit a lava flow cave and Zafferana Etnea.

Excursion Etna Taormina
Isolabella Taormina
Excursion to Taormina

Along the way to Taormina, the driver, will travel, all the sea side road from Giardini Naxos to Taormina, and you will have the opportunity to stop for photos or walk around.

Arrived in Taormina, you’ll have all the information to visit the city on your own, together with a map of the city.

Private Excursion Etna Taormina, up to 7 passengers with sedan or minivan. Duration 8 – 9 Hours, Price varies by group size, from 60.00 EUR per person

Included in the excursion Etna Taormina
  • Multilingual Driver-guide
  • Wifi Onboard
  • Baby Seat (if needed)
  • A small bottle of water each
  • Tax, Fuel, Toll, parking and Board for the driver
Not included in the excursion Etna Taormina
  • Entrance Tickets
  • Local Guide
  • Lunch or Drinks
  • Gratuites
  • Everything not specified in the include list
Excursion Etna Taormina
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