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Authentic Sicily
On Italy's southern island of Sicily, you can still find old men smoking cigars and playing cards in piazzas, and old women cooking pasta recipes that exist solely in their heads. 

Caltabellota

The giant rock in the town of Caltabellotta, approximately 43 miles south of Palermo, can be seen all the way from the Western coast.

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Marettimo

The green and blue water at the cliffs of Marettimo, as seen from a tour of the island.

 

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The mountain region of Madonie, which boasts six mountains over 5,000 ft., among them Pizzo Carbonara at 6,500 ft.

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Pippo Incaviglia's tours to Marettimo allow passengers to dive off of sandy cliffs into crystal clear water that fades from brilliant turquoise to an exquisite emerald green. 

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The Church and Convent of St. Pellegrino in Caltabellotta, where you can also buy freshly pressed olive oil, sheep’s cheese, cured meats and warm fresh bread.

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Sculptor Salvatore Rizzuti, a full professor of fine arts at the University of Palermo, with his life-sized artwork. 

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Authentic Sicily

On Italy's southern island of Sicily, you can still find old men smoking cigars and playing cards in piazzas, and old women cooking pasta recipes that exist solely in their heads. 

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