Plemmirio e Ortigia
From a horst belonging to the African plate emerged 10 million years ago, to the calcareous algae that digged corridors between the land and the sea.
From prehistoric caves with thousand-year old stalactites and villages to signs of Byzantine culture; stone quarries from where the Greeks took the limestone to build Ortigia, to beautiful sand beaches and WW II bunkers.
And still the Mediterranean flora amongst palmettos, and then from the Nature to the Table with a simple traditional panini to more sophisticated food and wine tours of Sicilian food.
Sicily hiking trips from Plemmirio to Ortigia are easy and good for kids, even by bike. From 2 to 4 hours.