Geography trips to Sicily

Sicily often surprises with its wealth of fascinating geographical sites.

Mount Etna, in its constantly active state is of course a big pull factor to the island and scaling it is a tour highlight, but the spectacular coastlines and other volcanic landforms make Sicily a destination which more and more geography student groups want to explore. The Mediterranean climate, our comfortable accommodation options and our destination expertise all contribute to Sicily’s appeal.

Take a look at our sample itinerary for Sixth Form Geography:



Sixth Form

Day 1


Flight from UK to Sicily. Meet your local representative


Taormina: Guided visit of this hilltop town, Sicily's most popular summer destination, which offers fantastic views of Mount Etna

Day 2


Full day excursion to Messina and Tindari lakes. The Strait of Messina: The intense currents and characteristic chemistry of the waters of this narrow strait between Sicily and the southern tip of Italy, has created an extraordinary ecosystem with a high abundance and diversity of species. Tindari: Situated high on the cliff offering a fantastic view over the ‘Linguetta di sabbia’ (tongue of sand), which stretches 1.5km into the sea.

Day 3


Full day excursion to Vulcano Island. Vulcano Island: Explore the island’s active fumaroles, extensive sulphur deposits, mud baths, and then walk up to the crater of the Fossa di Vulcano volcano.

Day 4


Full day excursion to Mount Etna Etna: Europe’s highest volcano is also its most active volcano. As you ascend to the summit by coach, cable car, jeeps there is plenty of opportunity to study themes such as plate tectonics and volcanicity

Day 5


Alcantara Gorges: This stunning basalt formation on the Alcantara River was formed by the volcanic activity of Mount Etna


Transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK


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