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Cycle Sicily
Tour Location
Country:
Italy
From:
Caltagirone
To:
Syracuse
Tour Information
Guiding:
Self Guided
Support:
Luggage Transfer, Phone Support, Maps / GPS
Duration:
8 days
Level:
Moderate
Bike Options:
Bike included
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
AUD 1350
Tour Distance & Dates
Month(s):
Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Aug, Sep, Oct
Departure:
Weekly
Tour Operator:
UTracks
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Cycle Sicily

8 Days Moderate

Tour Operator:
UTracks
A stunning cycle in south-east Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean. Journey by bike through the Val di Noto, a UNESCO World Heritage site and discover the most fascinating cities of the region. The tour starts in Caltagirone where you can climb the 142-step ceramic staircase. Visit the small fishing town of Marzamemi, Noto, the most important Baroque city in Sicily, and Syracuse, the ancient Greek capital. Throughout the ages Syracuse has been under Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Norman, Swabian, Angevin and Spanish rule. It is now home to a charming mixture of people and outstanding monuments, some of which are still in use, such as the Greek Theatre. An active week which will see you immersed in the history, culture and unspoilt coastline of Sicily.
Accommodation
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: Available
Inclusions
*7 breakfasts *7 nights in comfortable B&Bs, agriturismo and 3 star hotels on a twin share basis (hotel taxes extra, payable locally - allow €10-15) *27 speed bike rental with puncture resistant tyres, gel saddle, helmet and pannier *luggage transfer *transfers from Caltagirone to Piazza Armenia and from Comiso to Modica *information pack including route notes & maps per room booked *emergency
Options
Trip can be shortened by one day, starting on a Sunday in Caltagirone - discount applies. Due to logistics this trip is not suitable for solo travellers. It can be possible for single travellers to book on a date which already has bookings.
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