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  • 1. Aidone and the Goddesses

    A vast archaeological site in a remote location, Morgantina long provided rich pickings for illegal excavators: when Italian detectives raided an 18th-century villa in Enna...Read More

  • 2. Calascibetta and the Byzantine Village

    Just a 20-minute drive from Enna, occupying a similarly dramatic crag-top, the town of Calascibetta is built atop a honeycomb of caves, most of them...Read More

  • 3. Caseari Di Venti

    This husband-and-wife team makes artisanal cheese from the rare breed sheep that graze on their fields, and also grows and collects their own saffron to...Read More

  • 4. Emanuela Bonomo

    The island’s first female winemaker, Emanuela Bonomo not only makes a fantastic passito dessert wine, but also had the vision to see that Pantelleria’s traditional...Read More

  • 5. Greek Temple Ruins

    Selinunte was one of the most important colonies of ancient Greece, recently discovered to have been home to the largest industrial quarter found in any...Read More

  • 6. Kasbah

    The twisted maze of narrow streets and tiny courtyards at the core of Mazara’s historical center is most interesting if you visit with a local...Read More

  • 7. Lago di Pergusa, Cozzo Matrice, and the Grotta di Ade

    According to legend, it was at the huge natural lake of Pergusa that the Greek goddess Persephone was abducted by Hades and taken to live...Read More

  • 8. Le Grotte Bizantine di Sperlinga

    Thought to be originally from the Byzantine period (although their exact history is still unknown), these caves carved out of stone can be found in...Read More

  • 9. Morgantina Archeological Site

    A remote and atmospheric archaeological site, Morgantina is quite beautiful, especially in spring when carpeted with wildflowers. In addition, it attracts few tourists, despite the...Read More

  • 10. Museo del Satiro Danzante

    In 2005, after four years of painstaking restoration in Rome (and several attempts to keep it there in the capital), the Dancing Satyr, the ancient...Read More

  • 11. Museo Regionale Archeologico

    Ancient Akragas (the Greek name for Agrigento) was synonymous with decadence and excess, a lifestyle perfectly summed up by the philosopher Plato who remarked that...Read More

  • 12. Sant'Angelo Muxara and the Val di Kam Experience

    A beautifully kept hill village of neat stone houses and cobbled streets, Sant'Angelo Muxara is where locals have collaborated to give travelers a firsthand look...Read More

  • 13. Scala dei Turchi

    After the active volcanoes of Mount Etna and Stromboli, the tilted white "staircase" of the Scala dei Turchi cliff is the most stunning geological site...Read More

  • 14. Scala Santa Maria del Monte

    While you can see examples of Caltagirone's long ceramic tradition throughout the city, the most impressive display can be found in the 142 individually decorated...Read More

  • 15. Scauri

    An appealing village in two parts, Scauri's upper part is set around a church with a clock tower high above the sea and has a...Read More

  • 16. Tenuta Valle delle Ferle

    This wonderful little winery is run with passion and energy by three young locals. Many wineries run tours, but few make the experience as personal...Read More

  • 17. The Perimetrale

    An excellent road with some fabulous coastal views, the Perimetrale encircles the entire island, although its most interesting stretch is along the east and south...Read More

  • 18. Torre Salsa Nature Reserve

    The seemingly endless pristine sands of Torre Salsa, overlooked by cliffs of crystal selenite, are one of the best-kept secrets of coastal Sicily. This is...Read More

  • 19. Valle dei Templi

    The temples of Agrigento, a UNESCO World Heritage site, are considered to be some of the finest and best-preserved Greek temples in the world. Whether...Read More

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  • 20. Via del Ghiaccio

    In the 19th and 20th centuries, the twin hill towns of Cammerata and San Giovanni Gemini were famous throughout Sicily for their traveling ice cream...Read More

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