We Slept Here

Between me and my cousins in Sicily — that is, my Experience Sicily colleagues — we work diligently to research, inspect in-person, and whenever possible, sleep at the accommodations that we hand-pick for our clients. Whether you are traveling with us as part of a small-group, multi-sensory tour, or we are designing a custom itinerary…

Through This Window…

Through this window is Sicily! Yes, there are mountains and vineyards and the turquoise sea. There is even an active volcano, Etna. But more importantly, there are heartwarming people to meet who have a rich culture to share with you. Their 3000 years of human history and their modern way of life will inspire you….

Your Most Complimentary Color 

If you’ve been reading Experience Sicily regularly, you know that I love to immerse myself in the profound culture, ancient history and art, esoteric sacred rituals, and modern complexities of Sicily. But when it comes to serving our clients, along with my cousins in Bagheria and Palermo, we make it our business to research inns…

Fountain of Trigona

The Trigona family is one of the historic baronial families of Sicily. Like many noble clans during feudal times, they possessed many properties throughout the island–a palace in Palermo, an out-of-town mansion in Sant’Elia (near Santa Flavia and Bagheria), and a country estate in Sicily’s hinterland. This fountain is on the property of their country…

Villa Cefalà

Villa Cefalà in Santa Flavia was built in 1778 as a mansion for a Sicilian noble family. It has recently been refurbished as an agriturismo or farm stay/inn. It looks out on to the Tyrrhenian Sea and is surrounded by the estate’s olive and citrus groves.