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  • 1. Ballarò Market


    Wind your way through the Albergheria district and this historic market, where the Saracens did their shopping in the 11th century—joined by the Normans in...Read More

  • 2. Ceramica Ericina

    Among Italians, Erice is known for the quality and delicate floral designs of its majolica ceramics, well represented in this ceramics store off Piazza San...Read More

  • 3. Colomba Shop

    Giovanna Colomba is the creative force behind this store near the hydrofoil port, where typical Sicilian motifs and artifacts are given a vibrant new style....Read More

  • 4. Enoteca Picone


    The best wineshop in town has been family run for four generations and stocks a fantastic selection of Sicilian and national wines. Although service can...Read More

  • 5. I Peccatucci di Mamma Andrea


    The charming "Mamma Andrea's Small Sins" sells a plethora of mouthwatering original creations, including jams, preserves, chocolates, and Sicilian treats like the superb marzipan frutta...Read More

  • 6. Mercato del Capo


    Umbrella-covered stands crowd the narrow streets along Via Porta Carini and Via Beati Paoli, which are soon clogged with locals stopping to check out the...Read More

  • 7. Pasticceria Alba


    One of the most famous sweets shops in Italy, this is the place to find pastry favorites like cannoli and cassata siciliana, as well as...Read More

  • 8. Tanto di Coppola


    The coppola, or flat cap, is as Sicilian as cassata ice cream, though this traditional workingman's headwear has become something of a rarity in recent...Read More

  • 9. Vincenzo Argento e Figli

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    The Argento family has been in the puppet business since the late 19th century, and the tradition is alive and well in the hands of...Read More

  • 10. Vucciria Market


    It's easy to see how this market got its name—vucciria translates to "voices" or "hubbub." Though now just as frequented by tourists as it is...Read More

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