Holy Week in Sicily .. The Processione dei Misteri (Procession of the Mysteries or the Stations of the Cross) has been celebrated for about 400 years in Trapani. This photo from 2015 shows one of 20 statue scenes that are carried throughout the city by local brotherhoods or guilds, an arduous ritual that is practiced…
Morning view of Mount Etna, Giardini Naxos, and the Ionian Sea from Taormina, Sicily’s Villa Communale garden
Piazza del Duomo in Catania, Sicily’s second largest city, features the baroque Cathedral dedicated to Sant’Agata
The extinct Silvestri Craters of Etna, Europe’s largest, most active volcano, may be walked on with access from Rifugio Sapienza, Catania Province, Sicily.
A summer morning swim off the sea wall of Ortigia Island, Siracusa; This is where you can meet the locals.
Ceramic car by Produzione Artigianale di Caterina Mancuso, Termini Immerse (Palermo Province)
Cava D’Ispica (Ispica canyon nature reserve and archeological site) overlooking Rifugio Scirocco in the Iblean Mountains of southeastern Sicily
The baroque city of Ragusa Ibla, Sicily as seen from the Iblean Mountain countryside
Bougainvillea draping the stairs leading to the Duomo di San Giorgio, Modica, Sicily
Fishing boats returning in the afternoon. Sciacca, Sicily