Sicilian rice are rice pancakes invented by the nuns of the Benedictines Monastery of Catania, in the sixteenth century.
In Catania, in fact, they are also
Grammichele (Catania) rises again at the desire of the prince of Butera, Carlo Maria Carafa, a great scholar, patron and lover of the arts and
The recipe of “Sfinci” is one of the oldest, typical Sicilian recipes. Sicilian people, as all southerner people, go crazy for frying and during Carnival
There it is, lavish and opulent, nestled at the intersection of three valleys, few kilometers from the sea, with its medieval plant and its neighborhoods full
The Feast of Saint Calogero in Agrigento is a mixture of folklore, tradition and devotion. The celebrations last eight days, from the first to the second
You have to look down at Castellammare del Golfo, from the panoramic terrace that, from the highway, leans over on this exciting view.
The city extends
The Sicilian hinterland, the real kernel of the island, is little known. Here, you can easily get in touch with people in a natural and
A small medieval village in the Park of Madonie with a delightful, still well preserved old town that captivates you from the very first moment, the
One can not speak about Pantelleria without speaking about its sea, with its rich fishing seabeds, its transparent waters, its beaches of smooth rocks that