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Sicily - 3 day trip from Malta with Kids the week after next

Hi. I have finally booked a week in Malta for next week (gasp, one week in advance?! I too think it's miraculous).

Now, I want to try to get from Malta to Sicily for a few days. Now considering logistics.

If I get the ferry to Pozzallo, is it feasible to spend one night in Ragusa, one night in Agreigento (temple valley) and one night one or around Mt. Etna?

Would the drive/bus/train travel be feasible?

Would such a schedule be recommended?

I have a wife and 3 small kids (4, 7, 9). My wife and I are up for anything, but I want to have mercy on the little ones and not try to do too much.

If that itinerary seems too much, any other suggestions?

Thanks.

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