Mount Etna 5-Hour Food and Wine Tasting Tour
Are you a business owner in Sicily?
Promote your business 365 days a year with the #1 Guide to Sicily.
- Gain MAXIMUM EXPOSURE with a 'Dedicated Business Profile'
- Learn more about the food and wines produced on the lava terrain of Etna
- See amazing houses built of lava stone and groves of lemon, olive and other trees
- Sample 5 glasses of wine at a winery
- Savor local, seasonal produce, such as artichokes and sun-dried tomatoes
- Have an organic lunch with an Etna product in a farmhouse
DescriptionBenefit from pick-up at your accommodation and journey with an authorized local guide through the typical villages of Sicily's west coast. Pass houses made from lava stone and marvel at groves of orange, olive and almond trees. Listen to tales of local traditions and learn about the food and wines produced in the volcanic landscape of Mount Etna. Stop at a family-run winery and get a glass of rosé prosecco as a welcome. Visit the cellars before a wine tasting with cold appetizers in a lava stone open-air amphitheater. Sample a glass of white and red wine with locally produced cheeses, salamis, artichokes and more. Continue to a farmhouse to savor more food and wine on an open-air terrace overlooking the vineyards. Try various dishes, including ricotta cheese with marmalade and 2 different pastas made with seasonal ingredients, such as black pork sauce. Finish your tour, tasting a home made Limoncello and be dropped off at your accommodation.
IncludesPick-up and drop off at your accommodation Transportation by air conditioned Mercedes minivan Authorized local guide Guided visit of the winery Wine tasting (5 different glasses) Glass of prosecco All food samples Lunch of organic produce from Etna Pastries and liquors Water Tips
- Vegetarian and other dietary options are available on request
- This is a guaranteed small group tour
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
You may also like
Aeolian Islands Tour to Lipari and Vulcano
Visit two of the Aeolian Islands, a UNESCO Heritage Site in Sicily. Fist visit Vulcano, shaped in two extinct craters where you can explore the island and mud-baths. Later visit Lipari, the capital, with its museums, food and beautiful white beaches.From €125.00
From Taormina: Isola Bella Mini Cruise
Discover the “Pearl of the Ionian Sea” on a 2.5-Hour boat cruise along the coastline of Sicily from Giardini Naxos to Isola Bella. Explore the Blue Grotto and swim in27 ReviewsFrom €35.00
Taormina: 3.5-Hour Food-Hopping Tour and Tasting with a View
No matter where you go in Taormina, your eye always catches a glimpse of the beautiful Etna volcano. On your food-hopping tour, discover the secret hot spots of Taormina’s delightful cuisine!
Catania Private Home Cooking Class
Participate in a private cooking class in a local home with a certified cook. Learn local recipes and taste everything you've made with wines included.From €145.00
Terme SegestaneAlcamo, Sicily
Have a thermal bath in the "Terme Segestane" near the archaeological site of Segesta- for free!............
Monreale: Guided tour of Cathedral, Monastery and Mosaics
Take a guided tour of Monreale, a town located just 5 kilometers from Palermo. It's famous all over the world for the golden mosaics in its cathedral and listed as a UNESFrom €232.00
From Catania/Taormina: Mount Etna Cablecar & 4WD Tour
Discover the highest, active volcano in Europe on a day-trip from Catania or Taormina in a 4x4 vehicle with an expert guide. Take a cable car to the top of Mount Etna to2 ReviewsFrom €187.00
Etna 2000: Half-Day Private Tour from Taormina
Discover Europe's most active volcano with an expert mountain guide. You'll visit the "Crateri Silvestri" (two volcanic craters dating back to 1892), walking around their1 ReviewsFrom €107.50
If you are not a keen hiker, but still would like to discover Mount Etna than hop on the Circumetnea train which encircles the often smouldering volcano and rides through
Caffè Bar San GiorgioTaormina, Sicily
At the historic Bar San Giorgio the famous almond wine Blandanino was invented!............