Santa Maria la Scala is a fishing village clinging to the black lava cliff, a perfect backdrop for the colourful boats of fishermen, and the
Naro is a small but surprising medieval and baroque jewel in the province of Agrigento, not far from the Greek Temple Valley. As a hill
The pane con la milza, or ‘u pani c’a meusa, (literally bread with spleen) is one of the most popular Sicilian street food. You can
The Magna Via Francigena, the great road of the Frankish knights, follows the ancient route between Agrigento and Palermo that was used for millennia by
Sun, sea and wind in our sails. A holiday in Sicily by boat is an experience that should be lived following the sailing timing.
The true essence of a place also involves its smells and flavors.
Few places on earth can embrace so many fragrances and flavors as Sicily.
Let’s discover some unique and fascinating places in Sicily by following the tracks of the Historical and Cultural Routes.
This useful guide will let us get
Every castle is linked to a fairy tale, full of poetry… a true trip back in time…Let’s start our own!
The Route of Etna Castles is a
On the 20th August 1535, after three long days of navigation, Charles V, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, landed at Trapani. This was the