The itinerary of the train winds through breathtaking sceneries, and allows passengers to take a view from the “inside” of the landscape and the architectural beauties of the largest Baroque site in Europe.
The train operates all Sundays until the end of September. The 112 km path is completely free. In connection with the train departure, every Sunday all museums and architectural sites spread along the itinerary will be open.
Set in the Sicilian countryside, 4 km from Sambuca di Sicilia, La Regina di Adrano offers a garden and free Wi-Fi. Guests can enjoy local cuisine at t [...]
Located 5 km from Sambuca, the Don Giovanni is surrounded by olive groves and vineyards. It offers a pool with a hydromassage area, free bike rental, [...]
Just outside Fiumefreddo di Sicilia, Villa delle Vacanze has a peaceful location just 5 minutes' drive from Marina di Cottone Beach. It is surrounded [...]
A 3-minute walk from Nizza di Sicilia’s sandy beach, Ottocento Sul Mare is a restored 18th-century building, offering a terrace with sea views. All [...]
Hotel d'Orange is in the green Alcantara Valley, a 20-minute drive from Taormina, Mount Etna, and Giardini Naxos. Family-run since 1983, it offers fre [...]
Set in a former castle in Francavilla Di Sicilia, Hotel Du Chateau has a terrace. It offers a daily breakfast and air-conditioned accommodation with a [...]
Just 1 km from the centre of Fiumefreddo di Sicilia, the family-run Feudogrande is surrounded by citrus trees. Offering free Wi-Fi and parking, the pr [...]