Rely on our expert  driver!

Renting a car could be a good solution to visit Sicily being free to stop everywhere whenever you want, but it may present some obstacles: firstly, if the roads are totally unknown to you, you will lose time trying to find the right route; furthermore, it’s quite hard to find parking right near the spot. Transfer Tours offer you the opportunity to be escorted by an expert driver who will be happy to give you information about our beautiful island and who will drop you off right in front of your spot!

Enjoy a stress-free journey!

What about your luggage? Both if you decide to move by bus or by a car on rent, your suitcases can represent a problem; leaving them in the boot can be a little risky, while going around carrying bags will make you look like a pack animal! Transfer tours give you the chance to get the full experience without worries; your driver will take care of your luggage for the whole stopover, and you will be free to enjoy your visit taking with you just your camera to take nice pictures!

How the Transfer Tours work?

Easy ... decide which is your point of departure and fix your point of arrival.

Then decide what you wish to see on the way to join your destination and then, in case you do not find what you need, ASK US

All our Transfer-Tours can reverses and adapted to your neerds.

 

Let us show you which are the most requested transfer-tours:

Starting from Palermo >>>

Starting from Taormina >>>

Starting from Syracusa >>>

Starting from Agrigento >>>

Transfer-Tours from Palermo

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to: TAORMINA

Stopovers: Agrigento and Piazza Armerina
Approx. Travel Time: 9/10 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Taormina (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Agrigento. to visit the finest of all ancient Greek sites—the complete Doric Temples (Admission fee: not included), This afternoon we then continue onto Piazza Armerina to visit the famous Villa Romana del Casale (Admission fee: not included). Built in the middle of the 4th Century AD as a hunting lodge by a Roman patrician (it is not known for sure who the owner was) the Villa is home to some of the best preserved and extensive examples of Roman mosaics spread over around 3500mt. Later onto Taormina.

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to: SYRACUSA

Stopovers: Agrigento and Piazza Armerina
Approx. Travel Time: 9/10 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Syracusa (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Agrigento. to visit the finest of all ancient Greek sites—the complete Doric Temples (Admission fee: not included), This afternoon we then continue onto Piazza Armerina to visit the famous Villa Romana del Casale (Admission fee: not included). Built in the middle of the 4th Century AD as a hunting lodge by a Roman patrician (it is not known for sure who the owner was) the Villa is home to some of the best preserved and extensive examples of Roman mosaics spread over around 3500mt. Later onto Syracusa..

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to: AGRIGENTO

Stopovers: Corleone and Platani River Valley
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Agrigento (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and drive to the interior of Sicily in South direction for an off the beaten track experience. Throughout this suggestive scenic drive you will admire several little Villages and will enjoy local life as real Sicilians do. Later onto the Royal Palace in Ficuzza (external view), once used as hunting lodge by Ferdinand IV of Bourbon.

Then to the near town of CorleoneThen we will drive through the Platani River Valley admiring rural landscapes surrounded by the Sikan Mounts. Later we will continue to Agrigento

Transfer-Tours from Taormina

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to: PALERMO

Stopovers: Piazza Armerina and Agrigento
Approx. Travel Time: 9/10 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Taormina (your hotel)

Drop-off: Palermo (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Piazza Armerina to visit the famous Villa Romana del Casale (Admission fee: not included). Built in the middle of the 4th Century AD as a hunting lodge by a Roman patrician (it is not known for sure who the owner was) the Villa is home to some of the best preserved and extensive examples of Roman mosaics spread over around 3500mt. Later onto Agrigento. to visit the finest of all ancient Greek sites—the complete Doric Temples (Admission fee: not included). Later continue to Palermo.

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to: SYRACUSA

Stopover: Etna Volcano
Approx. Travel Time: 7 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Taormina (your hotel)

Drop-off: Syracusa (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for the Etna Natural Park to discover a beautiful Volcano rich in sounds, perfumes, and colors. 
Ascent to the top is optional, available purchasing cable car tickets (Cable Car Fee: not included) on the spot – weather and volcanic conditions permitting – to experience the lava fields and incredible landscape view from Europe’s highest and most active volcano.

Later onto Syracuse.

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to: AGRIGENTO

Stopovers: Caltagirone and Piazza Armerina
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Taormina (your hotel)

Drop-off: Agrigento (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Caltagirone, well known for its ceramic art and Sicilians refer to the “Caltagirone style” in ceramic pottery, characterized by ornate traditional motifs using a limited palette. Later onto Piazza Armerina to visit the famous Villa Romana del Casale (Admission fee: not included). Built in the middle of the 4th Century AD as a hunting lodge by a Roman patrician (it is not known for sure who the owner was) the Villa is home to some of the best preserved and extensive examples of Roman mosaics spread over around 3500mt.  Later we will continue to Agrigento

Transfer-Tours from Syracusa

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to: PALERMO

Stopovers: Piazza Armerina and Agrigento
Approx. Travel Time: 9/10 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Syracusa (your hotel)

Drop-off: Palermo (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Piazza Armerina to visit the famous Villa Romana del Casale (Admission fee: not included). Built in the middle of the 4th Century AD as a hunting lodge by a Roman patrician (it is not known for sure who the owner was) the Villa is home to some of the best preserved and extensive examples of Roman mosaics spread over around 3500mt. Later onto Agrigento. to visit the finest of all ancient Greek sites—the complete Doric Temples (Admission fee: not included). Later continue to Palermo.

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to: RAGUSA

Stopover: Palazzolo Acreide and Noto
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Syracusa (your hotel)

Drop-off: Ragusa (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Palazzolo Acreide. The town occupies the site of the ancient Akrai (Admission fee: not included), founded by Syracuse around 664 BC. The city was important as it controlled the paths of communication between the towns on the southern coast of the island. This afternoon onto Noto, a masterpiece of Sicilian Baroque! Most of the buildings, including churches and noble palaces, follow one another along the main street and are characterized by the honey tonality of tufa stone. Facades and balconies are all skillfully decorated by grinning masks, lion heads, putti and other embellishments. Later onto Ragusa.

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to: AGRIGENTO

Stopovers: Modica and Ragusa
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Syracusa (your hotel)

Drop-off: Agrigento (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Modica, custodian of a 400 year tradition of Sicilian chocolate-makingThis afternoon onto Ragusa to visit one of the most fascinating towns in Sicily, Ragusa has caused many a visitor’s jaw to drop as they first set eyes on the lower part of the town. While the upper part has its fair share of architectural delights, it is the smaller Ragusa Ibla down below that really draws visitors. Whether you approach it from Modica to the south or from Ragusa Superiore, the sight of the jumble of houses, churches and civic palazzi piled on top of each other, clinging to the walls of the gorge, is really quite breathtaking. Later onto Agrigento.

Transfer-Tours from Agrigento

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to: PALERMO

Stopovers: Segesta and Erice
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Agrigento (your hotel)

Drop-off: Palermo (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Segesta, one of the major cities of the Elymian people, one of the three indigenous peoples of Sicily. Today we visit the Temple (Admission fee: not included)

This afternoon onto Erice uptown, which was an important religious site associated with the goddess Venus. Wander through its ancient streets and visit some of the famous homemade pastry shops—world-famous for marzipan candies and other delicacies like almond and pistachio pastries. Then onto Palermo, the capital of Sicily.

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to: TRAPANI

Stopover: Selinunte and Segesta
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Agrigento (your hotel)

Drop-off: Trapani(your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Selinunte (Admission fee: not included) which is one of Sicily’s great Greek archaeological sites. Situated by the sea in the south-western corner of Sicily, the isolated ruins here have stood abandoned for most of their history. Later onto Segesta, one of the major cities of the Elymian people, one of the three indigenous peoples of Sicily. Today we visit the Temple (Admission fee: not included)

We then continue to Trapani

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to: PALERMO

Stopovers: Platani Valley, Corleone and Ficuzza Park
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Agrigento (your hotel)

Drop-off: Palermo (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and drive to the interior of Sicily in North direction for an off the beaten track experienceWe drive through the Platani River Valley admiring rural landscapes surrounded by the Sikan Mounts and crossing several little Villages. Later onto Corleone, famous all over the world (or perhaps infamous) for its Mafia, being the town in which some well-known clans had their headquarters (the Clan dei Corleonesi). Then to the near Ficuzza for a sightseeing of the Village including the Royal Palace (external view), once used as hunting lodge by Ferdinand IV of Bourbon. Later we drive to Palermo.

 
 
 
 

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