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.
- The giant rock in the town of Caltabellotta, approximately 43 miles south of Palermo, can be seen all the way from the Western coast.read more
- The green and blue water at the cliffs of Marettimo, as seen from a tour of the island.read more
- The mountain region of Madonie, which boasts six mountains over 5,000 ft., among them Pizzo Carbonara at 6,500 ft.read more
- 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.read more
- 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.read more
- Sculptor Salvatore Rizzuti, a full professor of fine arts at the University of Palermo, with his life-sized artwork.read more
- Authentic Sicily