This Fiat 500, painted by Ceramiche Galfano in the style of a Sicilian cart, can be found outside the Selinunte archaeological park in Castelveltrano. Be sure to leave some extra time to stop by the shop to visit this masterpiece and pick up a few ceramics and other unique artisanal items.
Ceramic car by Produzione Artigianale di Caterina Mancuso, Termini Immerse (Palermo Province)
This hidden corner is in Agrigento Province, Sicily. We’ll discover this one and other off-the-beaten path scenes during May 2020’s Experience Sicily Myths & Mysteries of Sicily:As Above/So Below, co-hosted by Tony Allicino. You will connect to Sicily in a profound, personal way through exploring its magnificent UNESCO sites and ancient culture in concert with…
Fiat 500, photographed in Messina, Sicily
The Targa Florio Classic, pictured here from 2016 (Photo Credit: Filippo Buttitta), is a historical car race that travels through northern Sicily, including towns like Cerda, Castelbuono, and Cefalù. Cars wiz through the switchbacks of the National Parco delle Madonie. The final day includes an award ceremony at Palermo’s Teatro Massimo theater. This year’s Targa…
Give me the keys, please! An antique Fiat 500, photographed in Termini Imerese, Province of Palermo.
I’ve talked about this treasure in Castelvetrano before. Well, here I am enjoying a moment with it–my dream car, a Fiat 500 painted in the style of a Sicilian cart by the artists of Ceramiche Galfano.
There are many treasures in Castelvetrano, and this Fiat 500, painted by Ceramiche Galfano in the style of the Sicilian carts, is one of them. Therefore, on your way to or from Selinunte archaeological park, be sure to leave some extra time to stop by to visit this masterpiece! Galfano has ceramic miniatures for sale…
I just want to hug it! An antique Fiat 500, photographed in Bagheria, Province of Palermo.
A beloved Fiat 500 or Cinquecento in Bagheria.