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Terrasini and Cinisi

Come with us to Terrasini and Cinisi, two small  villages so close as to touch each other, less than a 50-minute drive from Palermo downtown.


  • sfincione di Bagheria - ph. Fabio Cavasenna

Sfincione of Bagheria

It is said among inhabitants of Bagheria for a feeble rivality with inhabitant of Palermo and Casteldaccia. In Bagheria, famous for its villas, we can

  • terme arabe - ph. robianni

Cefalà Diana Terme

Some scholars argue that the archaeological remains of Cefalà Diana Terme are a rare testimony of termarium dating back to the Arab rule in Sicily
The monumental

  • Plemmirio - ph. Massimo Calcagno

Marine Protected area of ​​Plemmirio

The paradise extolled by the poet Virgil
Come with us and discover the Plemmirio, the place mentioned by the poet Virgilio in his Aeneid, a promontory

  • Burgio - ph. P. Spoto


Time in Burgio, an ancient Sicilian village, seems to have stopped

Perched on a mountainside, near Sciacca (Agrigento), Burgio blends together Arab and medieval streets, more

  • Pesce Stocco a’ghiotta o alla Messinese - ph. Vittoriaaifornelli

Pesce stocco ‘a ghiotta o alla Messinese

Pesce stocco ‘a ghiotta or alla Messinese is an extraordinary and ancient Sicilian recipe. With its a clear Norman influence (it is a typical fish

  • Settimana santa Enna

Holy week in Enna

The Holy Week of Enna is one of the most spectacular and full of pathos events in the world

The whole city is involved, including the council

  • palatina

Palatine Chapel

The Palatine Chapel is the place that alone is worth a visit to Palermo. Its construction, started in 1130, the year when Roger II became

  • pane da grani antichi  - ph. Filippo Drago

Ancient grains in Sicily

Sicily has always been a wheat-rich region since ancient times. It’s even supposed since 3° millennium a.c. as testified by the finds of ancient daily

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