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Villages in Sicily2020-07-23T12:17:05+02:00
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    Slow holidays to discover Sicilian villages

    How many times  during the lockdown you have been dreaming to treat yourself with a relaxing holiday, contemplating a stunning panorama, breathing in the clean air while enjoying a delicious Etna DOC glass of wine! How many times, during [...]

Randazzo

A great variety of historical evidences ennoble Randazzo, pleasant place of medieval culture and [...]

Marzamemi

It is an enchanting fishing village, not far from the famous “regina barocca” (baroque [...]

Troina

Troina, an ancient city into the heart of the island, can be reached through [...]

Militello in Val di Catania

 “Sicily is the country of oranges, whose fragrance fills the air in springtime….But what constitutes, [...]

Naro

Naro is a small but  surprising medieval and baroque jewel in the province of [...]

Licata

Licata, a seaside resort located almost in the center of the southern coast of [...]

Burgio

Time in Burgio, an ancient Sicilian village, seems to have stopped Perched on a [...]

Grammichele

Grammichele (Catania) rises again by will of Carlo Maria Carafa, the prince of Butera,  [...]

Scicli

There it is, lavish and opulent, nestled at the intersection of three valleys, few [...]

Sciacca

Sciacca: the sea and a lot of works of art. Let’s try to describe [...]

Castelbuono

A small medieval village in the Park of Madonie with a delightful, still well preserved [...]

Salemi

Salemi, nestled on the hill of the Belice Valley, surrounded by the glimmering green [...]

Mazara del Vallo

Mazara del Vallo, near Trapani, can sum up the character and history of a [...]

Monterosso Almo

Three thousand souls live in Monterosso Almo. It is not a village but a [...]

Erice

Suggestions and charm, traditions and stories from the past, beauty and wonder. You can [...]

Ferla

Ferla (Siracusa) has a remarkable architectural style, with a great landscape and history; this [...]

Castroreale

Castroreale, called the "faithful" by Frederick II of Aragon, is a medieval village in [...]

Palazzolo Acreide

The noble and ancient town gives the impression that the stones have been forged [...]

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