8 Day – Italy, Malta & Sicily


Day 1, arrive in the historical city of Rome. Guide and coach will greet you at airport, Check in to the hotel followed by dinner.

Day 2, Breakfast in the hotel, followed by a full day excursion in Rome, including The Colosseum; Arco di Costantion; Fontana di Trevi; Piazza Venezia; Spanish Steps; ending with The Vatican Museum and St Peter’s Square. Excursion includes lunch. Dinner is also included, with another overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3, Breakfast in the hotel and then off to catch the coach and head to the Ancient Pompeii City and a visit to the Great Theatre & Terme Suburbane.
Keep heading to Naples City, excursion includes Castel Nuovo; Castal Dell’Ovo; Piazza del Plebiscito; Palazzo Reale di Napoli, this includes lunch. Dinner is also included with an overnight stay in a hotel in Naples.

Day 4, Breakfast in the hotel, full day excursion to Sicily. We arrive in Pozzallo where on arrival we can feel the charm and beauty of this wonderful island. Our luxury coach drives us through the busy streets of Catania all the way up to Mount Etna and its Sylvester Craters. Enjoy the spectacular and overwhelming views together with an opportunity to purchase souvenirs and free time for lunch. Our next stop is Taormina where we will find that town has  views overlooking Giardini Naxos that is a sight not to be missed. Lunch & Dinner are not included.

Day 5, Breakfast in the hotel. Full day excursion to Mosta Dome and the capital city Valletta including Barrakka Gardens, St John’s Cathedral and various highlights. Lunch optional in the capital city. Dinner included with an overnight stay at the hotel

Day 6, Breakfast in the hotel. Full day excursion to Gozo including ferry tickets. Visiting the capital city of Victoria and the Citadel, the pretty bay of Xlendi, Dwejra and the Azzure Window, Ggantijja Temples and Ta’ Pinu Sanctuary. Lunch is included in this excursion. Dinner included with an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 7, Breakfast in the hotel, full day excursion to Sicily. Just a short 90 minute crossing in comfort and style with our catamaran we arrive in Pozzallo where on arrival we can feel the charm and beauty of this wonderful island. Our luxury coach drives us through the busy streets of Catania all the way up to Mount Etna and its Sylvester Craters. Here we can enjoy the spectacular and overwhelming views together with an opportunity to purchase souvenirs and where we will have free time for lunch. Our next stop is Taormina where we will find that this ever popular pretty town has  commanding views overlooking Giardini Naxos that is a sight not to be missed.
Lunch & Dinner are not included.

Day 8, Breakfast in the hotel followed by check out, then proceed for a half day excursion of the Blue Grotto and the fishing village of Marsaxlokk.
Lunch is optional before transfer to Malta International Airport for departure.

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The Round Malta Cruise ›

With a stop in the Blue Lagoon for lunch, swimming and snorkelling or just lounging in the sun.

During this cruise we shall cruise past Valletta, Malta's Capital City, the Grand Harbour Entrance, Marsascala Bay, St. Thomas Bay, Island Bay and Peter's Pool, past Delimara Point and Marsaxlokk Bay, Malta's largest fishing village and past the Blue Grotto, giving you a view of these fascinating colourful caves. The Captain Morgan vessel also cruises past the imposing Dingli Cliffs and the little island of Filfla and past some of Malta's most popular sandy beaches.

3 Day - Malta Photography Tour ›

Valletta, Mdina Medieval City, Hagar Qim Temple & Marsaxlokk Fishing Village tour
(Full Day 7 - 8 hours)

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Malta to Malta


Malta & Gozo Trekking Explorer ›

Malta is a perfect place for an out-of-season trekking holiday. With warm weather during Spring and Autumn, when the island’s countryside is in full bloom, there is no better way to see the hidden gems of the Maltese islands than on foot. This trip will take you on a walking tour of the best land and seascapes of Malta and Gozo.

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