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1 day Sicily - Pozzallo, Ibla, Marina di Ragusa & Scicli Tour

Type: Sicily Summer (May - Sep) Tours
FOR 2021
Travel in style and explore some of Sicily's southern highlights, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the popular beach of Ragusa di Marina.
1 day Sicily - Pozzallo, Ibla, Marina di Ragusa & Scicli Tour
  • Travel on high speed Catamaran
  • Port tax included
  • Sicily guided tour on luxury coach
  • Great sightseeing and free beach time
  • Optional transfers to/from port
  • ***When 2 adults book this tour, €5 will be discounted from the next tour you book***


This tour has been temporarily suspended due to Sicilian authorities requiring additional entry tests in addition to having a recognized vaccine passport. Tour dates will be added when these restrictions have been relaxed.


Catamaran departs Malta at 0730hrs
Catamaran returns to Malta at 2115hrs

You must allow time to get to/from the port, see Optional transfers to/from port above.
On arrival at the port, you will check-in and board the catamaran. The crossing is estimated to take 1 hour 45 minutes. The Catamaran is equipped with restrooms, a very good cafeteria serving a variety of hot or cold snacks/beverages, and a small boutique/gift shop.

On arrival in Pozzallo, you will be directed to your tour coach for the start of your Sicily tour.

Our first stop is a visit to Ragusa Ibla. This is a UNESCO World Heritage city, typically Sicilian built on a plateau. The charming streets are adorned with beautiful Baroque style buildings, in fact, one of the finest buildings in the whole of Sicily is right here, the Duomo of San Giorgio, which was designed by the architect Rosario Gagliardi. Before you set off on your walkabout adventure enjoy the ambience of Ibla at a local cafe with a nice cool drink. Make your way to the Piazza and onto the main winding street which takes you to the Giardono Ibleo. On the way take a look at another of Gagliardi's work, the small but elegant church of San Giuseppe. The Giardano Ibleo is a haven of peace and quiet with an exquisite view of the valley below and beyond. Just outside the entrance to the garden is the gothic Portale San Giorgio, it is all that remains of the original church of San Giorgio, it was unfortunately brought to the ground during the earthquake of 1693. 

We continue onto Marina di Ragusa which is a seaside town with a yacht marina and a beautiful promenade which is lined with some stunning Villas, many of which are holiday homes owned by wealthy Italians from the north. Here you will have free time to enjoy a Sicilian lunch at one of the many restaurants or just relax on the large sprawling sandy beach. 

Our final location is SICICLI, another one of Sicily's UNESCO locations. SCICLI, is in an idyllic location nestled between two valleys. It is well worth wandering around this quiet little town, overlooked by a massive rock on which sits the unfinished church of San Matteo. Of the many palaces built by aristocratic families, the one that stands out most is the Palazzo Benentano, just off the main Piazza, with its facade decorated with Saracen gargoyles. The church of Santa Maria la Nova, a baroque church in the town centre, houses Scicli's best know icon, the Byzantine wooden statue of the Virgin Mary wielding a sword and riding a white stallion. Another popular attraction is the Chiarafura Caves Dwellings, which were dug out in the cliff in prehistory, lived in by the poor until 1958. 

We return back to the port of Pozzallo to board the Catamaran for our departure (which is scheduled at 1930hrs) back to Malta.

On our return, if you have booked transport from the port it will be waiting for you on arrival in Malta to return you back to your hotel/drop off point.

Additional Information

Departure Information
If you have booked transfers the driver will drop you off outside the Catamaran terminal. 

If you are making your own way to the terminal, you must arrive at the Catamaran Terminal at least 1 hour prior to departure time printed on the Catamaran Boarding Ticket. 

ALL passengers must bring their passport or ID - the same document used to book the tour and present these at the check-in desk.
What is Included
The standard ticket price includes - Malta/Pozzallo/Malta Catamaran Ticket, Port Tax, Sicily Coach Tour accompanied by Licensed Tour Guide
Licensed Tour Guide
You will meet your guide in Pozzallo and details how to locate your guide and transport will be announced on the Catamaran before you arrive. Guides are multilingual and the main languages include English, German, French and Italian. Whilst the tour operator will do their utmost to provide the tour in other languages this is not always guaranteed. 
What to take
Extra money for lunch, drinks and anything else you may want to purchase during the day. 

If you intend swimming, remember to take a beach towel.

Suitable footwear and dress according to season. We also suggest you bring a light sweater for the return journey on the Catamaran as the AC can be quite cold onboard.
Return Information
Catamaran is scheduled to return at 2115hrs.

If you have booked transfers the driver will be waiting for you outside the Catamaran terminal. 

Book This Experience

€125.00 Adult
€60.00 Child (4yrs to 13yrs)
€14.00 Infants (4yrs and under)
Total €0.00
You must have passport/ID details of ALL passengers (including infants/children) to complete your booking now

Price Includes
Malta/Sicily/Malta Superfast Catamaran Ferry
Tour in Sicily accompanied by Licensed Tour Guide
All Port Taxes

Transfers to/from port are optional and must be booked at the time of booking the tour if you require these. Transfers cannot be added to your booking at a later stage.

COVID Travel Information to Sicily
The EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE which will be available from July 1 is required to enter Sicily