Sicilian Experience

Sicilian Experience

Sicilian Experience

I am very happy to share my passion and knowledge of Sicily.  

Come with me and experience the natural beauty and authenticity of the places and people we meet along the no account casinos trails.

  • " ... savouring a lifestyle that hasn't changed in centuries' - is very much a work in progress. "


    Arthur Frommer, 2011

  • " Carmelina offers a glimpse of a way of life that is fast disappearing. "


    The Observer, 2009

  • " Foreign guests are invited to visit and observe the daily preparation of bread and rolls at the local bakery, to meet with the town's shepherd, to witness the pressing of olives into olive oil… and in general - to integrate themselves into the life of the community. "


    Arthur Frommer, 2011

  • " One woman is working to keep Sicily's traditions and culture alive - by sharing them with tourists. "


    The Observer, 2009

Experiences

Thousands of people in the world have heard about Corleone: mainly because of the mafia, and also because of the Godfather movies. But only a few have seen it with their own eyes and have been fascinated by it.

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The Magna Via Francigena is an ancient trade and pilgrimage route through Sicily from Palermo to Agrigento. 164 kms (plus optional 16.5kms) of wide-open scenery which gradually changes as you trek from north to south of the island.

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Capital town of the island, Palermo is the only place that still shows the magnificence of the melting-pot of cultures present here from the middle ages.

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This walk begins in the village of Sant’Ambrogio. Initially, we start at 150m and go up the old stony mule track. On the way we can stop at the shepherd to taste the freshly made ricotta cheese.

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The cooking course will provide an authentic experience and an understanding of everyday life of local Sicilians, past and present

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Falconry display – Gangi – Tamburine music

Falconry display ancient art dating back to Frederick II followed by visit to Gangi, winner in 2015 Borgo Più Bello d’Italia (The Most Beautiful Village in Italy). Finally meet Fabrizio, the tambourine maker.

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Sustainable tourism

I’ve decided the best way to help the Sicily I love is to promote it to people who want to live life as a Sicilian local—to see the world through Sicilian eyes. This is the best way I know to contribute to the place I love, the home of my birth, the Sicily in me.