Some days I just have to post a photo of something that makes me feel good. Like this photo of “la mia terra,” the land from where my grandparents came. I’m looking forward to being back here at Capo Zafferano in a few weeks! Yes, you too, can enjoy the views. Join me in Sicily…
Ciao from Sicily! It feels so good to be on the sea where my ancestors fished for centuries. It’s healing. It’s inspiring. This morning, as I was snorkeling over Le Formiche, an underwater rock formation near Porticello, Sicily where my grandfather grew up, I thought about the guts it takes to emigrate and start a…
Buon Ferragosto! (The town beach at Custonaci at the foot of Monte Colfano)
An old photo of an unforgettable day in Taormina, Sicily: a boat excursion with skipper Roberto around Isola Bella. He’ll show you Sicily’s Blue Grotto and more. Look for Roberto and his colleagues along the beach when you take the funicular from the upper town down to Via Nazionale, where you can access Isola Bella….
Take me to your wild waters. See you soon Sicily! (Le Tre Piscine, Bagheria)
The Tyrrhenian Sea at Castellammare del Golfo We end our October 2021 Stunning Sicily small, group tour here, on a catamaran. We’ve got 4 spots left! Reserve your spot today at https://experiencesicily.com/2021-tours-of-sicily/stunning-sicily-tour-october-2021/
The “Arco Azzurro ” is a natural archway that extends over the blue sea along the coast between Aspra and Mongerbino, Sicily.
Scala dei Turchi will take your breath away, especially early in the morning or during the off-season when she is all yours. When you see the hard-mud material, called marlstone or marl, pouring into the turquoise Mediterranean waters, the contrast of snow-like earth to gem-like sea is phenomenal.
Sicily in ancient times was Magna Grecia (Greater Greece), and today at first glance, you might have thought this photo was Greece, but in fact, it’s Levanzo, an island off of western Sicily. Yes, it’s this gorgeous, and so are the other Egadi Islands (Marettimo and Favignana), the Eolian Islands (There are seven of them!),…