Tailor Made Travel to Sicily

Tailor made visits to Sicily; work-shops, gourmet- and lifestyle experiences, sport, conferences, villas

Thanks to the profound knowledge of Sicily and good local network we create tailor-made experiences for reacing special places and parts Sicily has to offer.

If you want to visit typical tourist sites as Etna, Erice or Taormina, we are not the right platform for you. But if you want to visit a sicilian home, see in to Etna’s crater from a helicopter with a wine glass in your hand, follow your historical writers and actors on-site, create a conference sailing around the Aeolian islands or a pick-nick work shop by a small wine- and olive oil producer just to name few possibilities, then we are the right contact for you.

We create new programs or get inspired by earlier made programs, we just need to know the vision of your stay. Our platform suits well for lifestyle magazines, associations, small and midsize groups and companies for business advetures and conferences. Let us know your vision of Sicily!


Examples of tailor made visits to Sicily


3rd – 10th April 2018: A seven day art- and painting course is held in Castiglione di Sicilia on the slopes of Etna for 18 guests. Emphasizing landscape painting in the area, painting in the citrus fields in south Sicily, visit the vineyards and the Valley of the Greek Temples in Agrigento. Accomodated in a palace of nobility with dinner. Teachers: Jakob Fogelqvist and Janus Frydrysiak, both from swedish art school Konstfack and from The Royal College.

14th – 21st November 2017: A Sicily round trip for 32 guests from the swedish magazine Gård & Torp (readers passionate of countrylife) following the steps of the book “Leopardo” by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. Visiting Palermo highlights with streetfood, Cefalu, Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, Ragusa, Noto and Sircusa (city of Santa Lucia) and visiting organic producers, wine- and olive oil tasting, living in farmhouses cooking typical sicilian dishes and much more.

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