A panoramic view of an Aeolian island
A panoramic view of an Aeolian island

Our Sicily Hiking Tours

Land of Earth, Fire and Great Hospitality: Beautiful Sicily

In Sicily you find a humanity that overflows with beauty, pours it generously like the ash that the great mother Etna gives to the earth, making it fertile and warm. You have the sea and the land, the mountains and the islands, the polished and classic beauty and the rustic, ancient charm. 

Sicily is a land of infinite colors and countless influences – Byzantines and Normans, Arabians and Spanish – they were and still are all here, in the architecture and the cuisine, the dialects and the rituals. 

The archaeological park Valley of the Temples in sicily

From the temples of Agrigento to the rugged peaks of the Madonie, from the bustling markets of Palermo to the lunar landscape of the Aeolian islands, Sicily is a land of many lands – and yet, it feels perfectly whole.

Top Trips

Magna Via Francigena

From Palermo to Agrigento
Palermo Sicily view of palaces at sunset

A journey through Sicily and its people - from the bustling streets of Palermo to the ancient temples of Agrigento, traversing places essential to Sicily's identity, both well-known and those deserving of discovery. From Corleone to Prizzi, a town that has been revitalized and repopulated (including by the younger generation) thanks to the trail, which has made hospitality an integral part of its renaissance.

Our trip on Magna Via Francigena

Aeolian Islands

Islands of water and fire
sicily aeolian islands seaview

Mount Etna, and then Lipari, Vulcano, Salina, Stromboli, and its Sciara del Fuoco: a journey between sea and fire, starting from Lipari and concluding with Sicily's most famous volcano. This trip takes you to the discovery of the Aeolian Islands, each a unique combination of elements, each with its own story and identity. It's a journey to uncover the warmest soul of Sicily, the one where lava flows beneath its surface.

Our trip in the Aeolian Islands 

Madonie, mountains of Sicily

The unseen side of Sicily
sicily mountains of madonie

The Madonie represent an alternative Sicily, the rocky and earthy part of this region, characterized by perched villages and countryside – where gardens and olive groves are cultivated, and almonds, figs, and hazelnuts are produced. As you walk, you'll frequently encounter beautiful views of central Sicily, Mount Etna, Cefalù, and its sea.

Our trip in Madonie

What's a Self-Guided tour?

Sicily, at your pace
Young woman walking alone on the Etna Volcano Sicily

All our trips in Sicily are self-guided, meaning you can enjoy them at your own pace, without a group or guide, but with our logistical support and detailed documentation to guide you at every step. We take care of your luggage to ensure you travel light, book your accommodations, and provide maps and a customized app.

Find out more in this article on our blog


  • Aeolian Islands: Experience the enchantment of the Aeolian Islands, with their breathtaking volcanic landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and trails offering unique panoramic views.
  • Magna Via Francigena: Walk the Magna Via Francigena, an ancient pilgrimage route across Sicily, discovering rural landscapes and cultural riches.
  • Madonie Mountains: Explore the Madonie Mountains, a trekking paradise, with paths through pristine nature and views over the Sicilian hills.
  • Diverse Natural Experiences: Enjoy the diversity of Sicilian landscapes, from coasts to mountains, through forests, nature reserves, and picturesque villages.

Our trips

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