A recent ranking, compiled by the American network Virtual Tourist, placed Palermo in 5th place among the best producers of “street food” in the world.
Going northward around the Church of San Domenico, take (left of the prospectus) via delle Orfane till you reach a vast square holding the magnificent
Sunday morning. The coffee pot quietly mumbles on the stove, the cookies are already carefully arranged on the big plate in the kitchen. A light
Mt. Etna, the roof of the Mediterranean, rises 3,340 above sea level and majestically dominates the northeastern part of the island. Despite its latitude, abundant
San Vito Climbing Festival – international sport climbing meeting. The festival in San Vito Lo Capo (Trapani), in October, one of the most important outdoor
The Project M.U.S.T. (co-financed by the European Community) born for the promotion of the accesible tourism of the Sicilian UNESCO sites, it publishes the itineraries
Sciacca: the sea and a lot of works of art. Let’s try to describe it…
On the eastern side there is “Monte Kronio”, a big mountain
TREK & KIDS child-friendly nature holidays!
Travelling light and easy with your children, exploring beautiful and unexpected natural parks… in Sicily you can.
You don’t need to
Sicilian carts are a symbol of Sicilian tradition and folklore. Known all over the world they have originated in Sicily around the 8th century. The carts
Windsurf in Sicily? With over 1000 km of coast, there is nothing but to choose!
At the end of the eighties two daredevils made the windsurfing