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    Nature and Traditions around Cefalù

    The Madonie and the Nebrodi Natural Parks, along the northern coast of Sicily, protect the largest and highest mountain ranges of Sicily with beautiful forests, medieval villages, castles nested on high rocks, amazing sea-views and fantastic hiking opportunities. In these territories, normally neglected by mass tourism, each village shelters typical dairy, charcuterie and agricultural produces, old local recipes and a century lasting tradition of confectionary and handcraft.

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    Treasures of Western Sicily

    Western Sicily is a charming and wild land with an amazing coastline exposed to African winds, beautiful vineyards, windmills, archaeological areas, baroque and medieval towns. The harbours of Trapani and Marsala connected Sicily with Spain for many centuries and this is visible in architectures and traditions.
    Local people keep the craftsmanship of salt pans, colourful rugs and coral jewellery. Here food can have a surprising North-African character and the area is known for excellent ricotta cakes and the best cannoli of Sicily. Wine production is the largest of Sicily with excellent DOCs and local grape varieties.

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    Hidden Surroundings of Palermo

    Palermo and its surroundings are full of surprises for curious visitors. Within less than an hour drive outside the city you can find amazing landscapes, rural areas with excellent organic cheese farms and wineries, villages that keep the 16th century Albanian traditions and are known for delicious breads and cannoli, hidden archaeological areas and beautiful natural reserves. The city itself is full of curiosities for those visitors who want to discover Palermo outside the tourist areas. An excursion away from the city crowd is an opportunity to experience a different Sicily that is really “off the beaten path”.

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  • Wine Tours

    Sicily is a large island but, when it comes to wine, is a continent for the incredible variety of geographic areas and terroirs. Sicilians are winemakers since at least three thousands years. In Marsala, Mt Etna and many other excellent areas wineries grow Sicilian grape varieties such as nocera, corinto nero, nerello mascalese, grillo, catarratto, frappato, zibbibbo, perricone etc to make surprisingly unique wines.
    We select the best wineries that combine quality, innovation and tradition with sustainable and often organic agriculture. Many wineries we work with are family-run and our guests are welcomed by the owners and the wine makers.
    For groups of wine lovers, we can organise a regional tour of vineyards and rural areas where mass tourism does not arrive to discover a different Sicily at the speed of nature.
    We can customise for you a great daily excursion or you can choose one of our suggestions.

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