Cruise Etna&Modic - Sicily-Mt.Etna and Modica

Valletta - Pozzallo

Visiting Mt. Etna & Modica 

Winter 1st October 2018- 30th April 2019

Every: Wednesday, Friday

DEP. MLA 06:30 ARR. POZ 08:15
DEP. POZ 20:30 ARR. MLA 22:15

Every: Sunday

DEP. MLA 06:30 ARR. POZ 08:15 
DEP. POZ 19:30 ARR. MLA 21:15

Mt. Etna: The largest and most active volcano in
Europe. The climb to the crater takes us through
picturesque villages and an ever changing
landscape. The lower slopes of the volcano are
extremely fertile with groves of oranges, lemons
and other Mediterranean flora and of course vines
which produce Sicily’s best wines. We go through
forests of chestnut trees which gradually give way
to oak, beech, birch and pine.
Modica: This proud, prosperous and ancient city
is one of Sicily’s baroque gems. The main street
‘Il Corso’, is a typical Italian meeting place with
cafés and majestic buildings. The church of San
Giorgio is an impressive monument, built after the
earthquake of 1693, surrounded by a flight of 250
steps to further enhance the scenic beauty of its
fine façade.
• Arrival at POZZALLO - a typical Sicilian fishing
• Met by fully air-conditioned coaches, accompanied
by guides.
• On the way to Mt. Etna we stop to sample some
typical Sicilian delicacies, including wines / almond
sweets and honey; these Sicilian specialities are for
sale (no obligation to buy).
• Drive up to Sylvester Craters of MT. ETNA having
time for lunch (not included in the price) and
souvenir shopping.
• Depart Mt. Etna for the baroque city of MODICA to
enjoy some free time in the city centre.

• Depart Modica for Pozzallo, with a running
commentary by the guide.
• Depart for Malta by High Speed Catamaran.
• Local Transport Malta (Hotel/Harbour/Hotel) only
€11.00 extra. VAT included.
• Adults €128.00.
• Children under 4 years FREE of charge. To pay local
transport only.
• Children 4 years till under 14 years €96.00.

The itinerary of this excursion may be altered subject to
weather conditions.


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