Food & Wine: Southern Italy & Sicily
- Duration: 13 or 15 days
- Group size: 14-28
- Reviews: 48
Fresh and bright, Southern Italian cuisine is a direct offshoot of the region’s pleasant weather, Mediterranean influences, and laid-back lifestyle. Long summers bring bountiful tomato harvests—and the red sauces, pizzas, and salads that most diners associate with Italian cooking. Explore the region’s best tastes in the undiscovered coastal towns and tucked-away villages where staples like olive oil and wine are lovingly produced.
- 11 nights in handpicked hotels
- 11 breakfasts
- 2 lunches
- 6 dinners with beer or wine
- 3 wine tastings
- Baroque Noto
- Avola wine region
- Italian contessa dinner
- Sassi di Matera cave dwellings
- Campanian cooking lesson
What a joy touring Southern Italy! Small towns and villages, countryside, food, wine and all led by our Directo,r Paz. My third trip with this marvelous, knowledgeable lady. Our bus driver Salvo contributed to the pleasure and ease of the trip. Italy is not just about the pasta (I had linguine wit...
Enjoyed this tour so much. Great wineries and food. Wonderful travel group and tour director. This is a chance to visit some small towns and places you would not normally find. Really enjoyed walking and seeing sights in the small towns located near our accommodations. Great wine at the wineries a...
Optional wineries were excellent value in terms of food and wines. Locations were diverse from old wineries to new organic wineries. Strongly recommend optionals.
It was an excellent tour of southern Italy - wonderful food, wonderful wine, wonderful sights, great side trips, the best tour guide - Dina, bet bus driver - Fabbio. Overall, full of the charms of southern Italy.
This tour was a wonderful experience; from the great accommodations, beautiful sights, quaint towns to the city of Naples, all with delicious food and wine! Each location had something of interest for every traveler. The local guides were interesting and knowledgeable, but the thing that made the...
Here's the nitty-gritty—where you’ll stay, how you’ll get there, and what to know about your destination before you go.
We handpick every hotel to strike the balance of comfort, location, and local charm. Specific accommodations will vary based on your departure date, but these are frequently used hotels for this tour and we're confident you'll be satisfied.
This classical hotel is located in the City Centre of Matera. Guests enjoy WiFi, a bar-café, and minibar. Nearby, you'll find Craco, Museo Musma, and ...
This elegant hotel is located in Maierato municipality of Calabria. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and a restaurant. Nearby, you'll find C...
This modern hotel is located in the Metropolitan neighborhood. Guests enjoy a fitness center, a rooftop bar, and a rooftop restaurant. Nearby, you’ll ...
This sleek hotel is located in the historic center. Guests enjoy a covered garden, a bar, and WiFi. Nearby, you’ll find the Roman Theatre, the Arco di...
This modern hotel is located in the historical center. Guests enjoy a restaurant, a lounge bar, and meeting space. Nearby you’ll find Castel Nuovo, th...
This seaside hotel is located in the town of Vietri sul Mare. Guests enjoy a private beach, nightclub, and pool table. Nearby, you’ll find the Path of...
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