On our first day in Rome, a little surprise to warm us up for the days ahead: a three-hour night motorcycle ride around the city after the initial briefing and group dinner. We will ride to Napoli the next day and board the overnight ferry to Palermo, where our Sicily adventure will start. On our way back, our ferry will sail overnight from Palermo to Civitavecchia, and we will finish the trip riding through incredible secondary and historic roads.
Complete luggage system in selected models
Motorcycle Coverage (CDW & TP)
Accommodations in selected hotels
"À la carte" dinners (except on rest days)
Airport transfers (first and last day)
Customized Welcome Kit
Tour booklet with daily description
Rider on Single room 850€
Co-Rider on double room 1.850€
Upgrade BMW 1250 GS 261€
Upgrade BMW 1250 RT 223€
Upgrade Honda Africa Twin 1100 132€
* Base Price: One rider with a Honda NC 750X or BMW 750 GS motorcycle in a shared room
Our tour begins with the reception of tour participants at the airport and transfers to the hotel with Aventura Motorcycle Tours staff. The group will get together in the evening for a welcome drink, dinner, and our very first ride!
It is said that all roads lead to Rome, and millions of people come to this vibrant city every year to marvel at its unique charm. Only a few do it by night and on two wheels. We leave for this fantastic evening ride right after dinner, and our route will have eight stops in major landmarks designed to tell us about the city's history and appreciate all its beauty from a different point of view.
Rome - Napoli
Having explored Rome the previous night on our evening ride, we will take it easy in the morning and get on the road to Napoli via a fast highway, allowing the group to get to know this vibrant town for a while before we board our ferry in the late afternoon.
The sailing to Napoli is around 11 to 12 hours long, and we will have enough time to eat aboard and get a replenishing night's sleep before waking up in Palermo the following day.
Palermo - Agrigento
We leave Palermo and head to Agrigento, passing through the town of Corleone for lunch. Corleone is a picturesque town with a rich history that dates back to the Roman Empire, and it's a great place to experience the local culture and way of life. It is also famous for being featured in "The Godfather" celebrated movies by Francis Ford Coppola.
We will continue our ride south to Agrigento, a town famous for its Valley of the Temples, an archeological site of ancient Greek temples declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Valley of the Temples is one of the world's most impressive and well-preserved examples of ancient Greek architecture.
Agrigento - Marzamemi
Now riding to the east coast of Sicily, our route will take us to Ragusa Ibla. This charming medieval town is located in a valley, surrounded by abrupt cliffs, and is known for its architecture, a mesmerizing blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles. Modica follows next, yet another quaint town full of charm.
We'll then ride to Marzamemi, a little fishing village on the southernmost point of Sicily. We'll have the opportunity to stroll along the town's narrow streets before calling it a day in our hotel nearby, an old villa restored to perfection, and experience an excellent local dinner there.
Marzamemi – Taormina
The day starts with a ride up north to historic Noto and then northeast towards Syracuse, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important cities in the ancient world. We turn north again and head straight to one of the highlights in Sicily, the Etna volcano. Riding along winding mountain roads will be memorable; you can rest assured.
After the mandatory photos on the Etna, we'll press on to Taormina, a gem of a town perched on a hilltop. Views will be magnificent, as Taormina overlooks the Ionian Sea and faces the volcano in all its splendor. Tomorrow we'll have a full day to explore it in full.
There are plenty of things to do in Taormina, from strolling through the ancient streets to relaxing on the beaches, shopping in local boutiques, or sipping a glass of wine in one of its many restaurants. We can also take a cable car ride down to the idyllic Isola Bella, a small island just off the coast of Taormina, home to many exotic plants and animals.
Taormina - Palermo
After leaving Taormina, we'll follow the coast towards Messina, on the northeastern part of Sicily, and then turn west to ride on another majestic ride alongside the beaches facing the Tyrrhenian Sea. It will be a relaxed day with spectacular views all the way to Palermo.
At the end of the day, we'll board the ferry to Civitavecchia and prepare for our final road stretch the following day as we say farewell to Sicily and our beautiful days there.
Civitavechia – Rome
We disembark at the port of Civitavecchia to make our way to Rome on secondary and historic roads, passing by picturesque towns such as Cerveteri and Tolfa. There, we'll see the Palazzo Dei Priori, a stunning example of medieval architecture.
After lunch, we'll continue our ride to Rome and get there in time to return the bikes and prepare for our final group dinner. It's time to enjoy the culinary delights only Rome can offer and relive our days by sharing stories over excellent wine. The tour may be over, but the memories will live on!
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