Love, Caribbean beaches, disaster – that’s what you can experience on this tour.
If you spell Roma backwards what comes out is “amor” (the Italian word for love). That’s at least what every native will tell you. Make sure that you arrive early
enough to have some time for the Vatican and the Colosseum the best known sights in the “endless city”.
Just outside of Rome we take advantage of the small roads leading us to some of the nicest sandy beaches in Italy where we take a ferry to Sardinia.
Arriving on the island is like entering a slightly different kind of Italy. The roads are even smaller but the traffic gets less and you’ll understand why almost
everybody is using a scooter instead of a car. The beaches are the best you can find in Europe and will remind you to a Caribbean island.
An overnight ferry will take us to Sicily a place where the biggest family business was founded. The whole island is dominated by a mountain that is high enough to
have a skiing resort. Mount Etna still is a volcano and so it represents disaster and fear of an eruption. This is what we’re going to see in Pompeji – a town that has been destroyed within
minutes by Mount Vesuvis.
In Italy they say, “... every road leads to Rome”. So does our tour. Riding north along the Apennine Mountains with breath-taking view we arrive in Rome again. Don’t
forget to trop a coin in the Trevi fountain because then you’ve got a good chance to return again.