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Best walks in Sicily

Distance3.72km Vertical gain+55m Vertical drop-120m Duration1h10 Easy Easy
DepartureDeparture in Sant' Alfio - Province de Catania

A gentle wander north of Etna (a few kilometres at low altitude), offering a glimpse of the terrain and its vegetation. The eruption that created the seven Sartorius crates dates back to the late nineteenth century, nature has partially returned to this area.

The Madonie Massif: Pizzo Carbonara
Distance7.1km Vertical gain+361m Vertical drop-356m Duration2h55 Easy Easy
DepartureDeparture in Petralia Sottana - Province de Palermo

Pizzo Carbonara is the highest point of the Madonie massif, in good conditions it provides beautiful views of the sea and out to Etna.

Circuit around the Zingaro Nature Reserve: Sentiero di Mezza Costa.
Distance10.64km Vertical gain+528m Vertical drop-523m Duration4h20 Easy Easy
DepartureDeparture in Castellammare Del Golfo - Province de Trapani

A walk without real difficulty around a circuit, with beautiful scenery and beautiful coves for swimming in the Zingaro Nature Reserve, situated between Scopello and San Vito Lo Capo in Sicily.

Lake Biviere in the Nebrodi mountain range
Distance20.21km Vertical gain+408m Vertical drop-401m Duration6h45 Average Average
DepartureDeparture in San Fratello - Province de Messina

Hiking without technical difficulty in the forests of the massif of Nebrodi to Lago Biviere and passing by Lago Maulazzo. We constantly follows a more or less good track on the north and west slopes of Monte Soro, one of the peaks of the Sicilian mountains.

Tour of Monte Cofano
Distance8.83km Vertical gain+345m Vertical drop-345m Duration3h20 Easy Easy
DepartureDeparture in Custonaci - Province de Trapani

A circuit near Trapani. A first part along the beachfront by the cliffs: a watchtower, a small chapel and a small cave, a “tonnara”. Then follows a small climb to head up a pass between Monte Cofano and marble quarries with beautiful views.

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