Savoca and Casalvecchio Siculo overlook the historical "D’Agrò Valley" from their position nestled in the green slopes of the Ionian side of the Peloritani.
Our expert-led private tour will start from Savoca that has been recently added to the list of the 100 most beautiful Italian hamlets. Its historical centre has a maze of stone lanes that are faced by typically medieval dwellings such as the beautiful 15th-century Casa della Bifora (the House of the mullioned window) and a great amount of churches.
Then, we will move towards Casalvecchio Siculo, which is a nice village that boasts a consistent architectural heritage such as the Church of Santi Pietro e Paolo from Agrò. This church was built by Saint Basilio friars and is now characterised by the unusual architecture that represents the best of the Roman, Byzantine, Arabian and Norman art.