Walking through the narrow streets of Erice, it is impossible not to be enchanted by the beauty of this medieval village, its traditions, breathtaking views, and low stone houses. Erice transports you to a forgotten world, a small medieval town w...
Between the slopes of Mount Etna and the Baroque heart of Catania, we will discover the authentic flavors and delicate scents of the traditional Sicilian dishes of this area. Our private culinary experience will begin wit...
Piana degli Albanesi is a small town set among the mountains of Palermo's hinterland. It is known for its lake, nature trails, Easter season celebrations, and the best cannolo in Sicily (by many accounts!). This small town is also proud for being one of the most sign...
Heading beyond the coast of south-western Sicily, along the Belice Valley, we arrive at Sambuca di Sicilia - a small hilly town dominated by scenery worthy of a painting. Here, among vineyards that plunge into a small pond and lush olive groves that merge with fi...
In the hilly landscape made of chalk and limestone, where the sun spreads its energy over fruit and souls, we will meet two Sicilian families. They will show us what it means "to be Sicilian", how to put love, purity, and genuineness
From one piazza to the next with a gentle stroll through the magical Unesco baroque town of Scicli, you’ll meet and greet the locals and artisans who so warmly will share with you a piece of their Sicily through the history and culture of ...
Walking through the narrow streets of Palazzolo Acreide, it is impossible not to notice the numerous bakeries, butcher shops, and patisseries that fill this enchanting baroque town of the Val di Noto. Inside these small sanctuaries of flavor, where time seems to ...
Join us at a magnificent 19th-century manor farm in the countryside of Chiaramonte Gulfi, where you will start this private cooking class with a serene stroll through the local family's olive grove. You’ll be bewitched by the beauty of the
Between the Hyblaean Mountains and the Plain of Vittoria, along the valley of the river Ippari, there is the small town of Comiso. Its limestone, in dialect called "a pethra o'commisu", has always characterized the landscape and the architecture of its urban cent...
Militello in Val di Catania is a delightful late Baroque town situated in the south-eastern part of the island. It makes for an important and interesting stop in a tour of Sicily both for its position, surrounded by creeks and Mediterranean vegetation, and its rich histor...
Accompanied by a Sicilian food and wine expert, you will experience a typical Palermo evening, strolling in the most modern part of the historical center among elegant stores and art nouveau buildings. It will be a relaxing moment to taste excellent wines...
The Ionian coast of Siracusa has always been a passage for Bluefin tuna on their way back after the spawning period. Here, since Greek times, generations of "tonnaroti" (tuna fishermen), have faced shoals of tuna in epic trials that resembled cruel tuna fights. A...
When talking about Marsala, it’s impossible not to think about its wine and the extraordinary success it has achieved around the world since the 19th century. The low hills of Marsala, characterized by an endless plot of vineyards, are also dotted with small family farm...
The province of Trapani represents a natural bridge between Europe and Africa, the intersection of the Sicilian and the North African culture. Here, as in no other part of the island, the rural architecture of Hispanic origins safeguards the excellence of the food and wine
An unusual private tour that will guide you through the authentic beauties of Lipari with the variety, colors, and richness of its landscapes. We will walk from Punta Castagna, at the foot of Monte Pilato, surrounded by a breathtaking pan...
.The last volcanic eruption on the island occurred between 1888 and 1890 and involved the “La Fossa” crater. The inhabitants, at the time mostly farmers and miners working in the sulfur mines, decided to leave the island and it was quickly abandoned. Almost a century later, people started to ...
Lipari, the biggest among the Aeolian islands, boasts wonderful colors, crystalline sea, and breath-taking views. All this can be yours with our private cooking experience at Daniela’s, who will host you at her traditional Aeolian house featuring an u...
Palermo was the scene of power games, violent attacks and criminal connections between the Mafia and politicians, which deeply marked the identity of the city. We will follow the history of the Mafia from its origins, as an agricultural phenomenon connect...
Monte Pellegrino is one of the most iconic sites in Palermo, painted and photographed countless times. The promontory was defined as "the most beautiful in the world" by Goethe, and it has always been considered the sacred mountain of the city, where the stones tell holy ...
The allied landings in Sicily during World War II, internally codenamed “Operation Husky”, took place along the southern shores of the island between the 9th and the 10th of July 1943. The aim was to form a front in Europe, occupy Fascist Ita...
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