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Valletta - Pozzallo


Every Friday
- This excursion may also be held on any other day
with a minimum of 7 participants.
06:30 Departure from Malta
08:15 Arrival Pozzallo Port
You cannot imagine a greater contrast
then Marzamemi , Pachino and Modica.
Marzamemi, a dreamy fishing village,
turned into a tourist resort over the
summer months, is well known for its
tuna fish, little wonder that the quaint
town center in the old port is known as
the tonnara. The area around Pachino,
in contrast, is typically agricultural; the
pomodori di Pachino (tomatoes), are
sought all over Sicily as are the grapes
from which the Nero D’Avola wine is
produced. Contrast this with the affluent
Modica, with its café lined main street
and the Duomo di San Giorgio, an
acknowledged baroque masterpiece.
What’s more, you are now in Sicily’s
chocolate haven, you will never see so
many chocolate shops nor the variety.
- Arrival at Marzamemi where we will visit
the village and the Campisi establishment,
famous for its’ preserves. Campisi is a
leading manufacturer in the sector of fish
products: fish eggs, raw tuna (bottarga),
red tuna, traditional Sicilian sauces,
preserves made from the famous Pachino
tomatoes cultivated only in this area of
- Transfer to a wine cellar which produces
wines from local grapes, particularly the
Nero D’Avola and the famous desert wine
Moscato di Noto.
- Departure for La Diga di S. Rosalia for a
typical lunch (set menu) in an agriturismo
including water, wine and coffee.

- Arrival in Modica, a UNESCO “World
Heritage Site”, we visit the famous
Bonaiuto Chocolate factory and some free
Winter (01/10/2015 – 30/04/2016)

19:30 Departure from Pozzallo
21:15 Arrival Malta
Price : € 162.00
per person inclusive of catamaran crossing
and a typical Sicilian lunch including wine,
water and coffee.
Children 4 years till under 14 years reduction
of € 20.
The company reserves the right to introduce
a fuel surcharge from time to time without
prior notice.
The itinerary of this excursion may be altered
subject to weather conditions.

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