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Tri-Island Grand Tour

Combine your holiday in Sicily with two other beautiful Mediterranean islands, Sardinia and Corsica. Sardinia is approximately 220 miles from Sicily (Trapani to Cagliari) and can be reached by a short flight or longer ferry crossing. Corsica is 8 miles north of Sardinia accessed by a 50 minute ferry journey from Santa Teresa on the northern tip of the island to Bonifacio in southern Corsica.

This is a great opportunity to visit equally beautiful and relatively unspoilt islands, both of which have rugged mountains, stunning scenery and a selection of beautiful beaches and bays.

Just Sicily can advise and book accommodation in Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica, with any day arrival and departure and any length of stay (subject to availability). We can also advise and book flights and ferry options that suit you.

There are flights from regional airports in the UK to Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica with easyJet, Ryanair and BA and between the Sardinia and Sicily with Ryanair and Volotea.  For advice on the best route for you, please call our Reservations Team on 
01202 489040.

We have set out a sample combination to incorporate these 3 islands, but we are happy to tailor make a trip suited to your requirements, your choice of accommodation and your sense of adventure!

Tri-Island Grand Tour

Sicily - Day 1: Fly from the UK to Palermo on the north coast of Sicily for 5 nights B&B at Alberi del Paradiso, nestled into the hillside with views over the charming town of Cefalù to the sea, Alberi del Paradiso is a four star hotel ideally situated close to a historic town with the beach just a short walk or shuttle ride away.

Club Hotel Baia Sardinia

Sardinia - Day 6: Fly from Palermo to Olbia in the north east of Sardinia for 5 nights B&B at the 4 star Club Hotel Baia Sardinia situated on a spectacular beach, enjoying wonderful sea views and a choice of restaurants for a relaxing holiday on the Costa Smeralda. 


Hotel Bartaccia

Corsica - Day 11: Travel to Santa Teresa port (50km) and take the ferry to Bonifacio in Corsica. Pick up a hire car and drive to the Hotel Bartaccia for 5 nights B&B in picturesque Mediterranean gardens with wonderful sea views across the Gulf of Valinco on the south west coast of Corsica. 


  • In and out of Palermo, Sicily and into Olbia, Sardinia and out of Figari, Corsica, (flights via mainland Italy to Sardinia in low season)
  • 15 nights
  • Prices from £2,271pp inc accommodation as stated, a Fiat Panda or similar car hire in Sicily, standard transfers in Sardinia and Fiat 500 or similar car hire in Corsica (excludes flights, ferry and one way car hire drop off fee)

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Cefalu, Sicily

The charming town of Cefalù was once a Greek settlement originally built on La Rocca, a large rock that dominates over the town.  It was subsequently built up around the base of the rock by King Roger II in the 12th century, giving a distinctive Norman influence throughout the town. Peppered with restaurants, bars, shops and points of historical interest, Cefalù is an ideal location for history enthusiasts or those simply wishing to immerse themselves in the Sicilian culture or relax on the beach.  With its Norman buildings and cathedral, fishing port, colourful streets and alleyways that slope down towards the sea and long beach, Cefalù offers attractions for all.

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Baia Sardinia, Sardinia

Baia Sardinia is a beautiful beach resort, looking out to Caprera Island, with a stunning white sandy beach and turquoise bay surrounded by villas, hotels and a lively piazza with shops, café bars and restaurants. There are watersports available on the beach and boat trips out to the islands to really appreciate the beauty of this coastline. Aquadream Water Park for children is located just out of the town.

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Propriano, Corsica

Located midway between Bonifacio and Ajaccio and originally founded in 1640 by the Genoese at the innermost point of the Gulf of Valinco, Propriano has evolved into a busy town, port and pleasure marina, surrounded by maquis-covered hills and fronting a turquoise sea. Palm trees fringe the charming quayside with its inviting pavement cafés, bars and restaurants. There are numerous beautiful sandy bays and rocky coves to visit nearby such as at Porto Pollo, Abbartello, Cappicciolo and Campomoro. The pre-historic site of Filitosa along with its menhirs and dolmen are only a short drive away and Sartène (named as the most Corsican of Corsican towns) is just 13km to the south east. 

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