We’ve been so busy, it’s been difficult to post about all we’ve done the last week. And, we still have 6 days to soak up Sicily! Here are some highlights of our village experience today in the Sicani Mountains north of Agrigento.
Zia Maria and Zio Angelo bake the break at the furnu (the oven/bakery, in Sicilian). In the end, in Sicily, it’s about the people you meet and how you felt during those moments of connection. Always, thank you to Pierfilippo Spoto and Val di Kam in Sant’Angelo Muxaro, Agrigento Province for these introductions.
Yes, you too, like Judy, can walk through a field of wild clover in Sicily. The best time of year to do so is April. (Sant’Angelo Muxaro, Agrigento Province)
Your table is ready for you. (Photo taken in the Sicani Mountains, north of Agrigento)
In small mountain villages like Sant’Angelo Muxaro (pictured) and Licodia Eubea (where we host our Secret Sicily tour in July), “Market Day” is a significant day each week. Traveling vendors from all over Sicily set up shop in the main piazza to sell everything from fresh fish brought from the coast to vegetables from other…
There’s beauty when you take a walk on the wild side.
The countryside of Sant’Angelo Muxaro in Agrigento Province offers breathtaking panoramas that will sweep you away. Better still are the interactions with the villagers that will warm your heart. (Where we would have been today #stunningsicily)
Sicily’s Sicani Mountains with the village of Sant’Angelo Muxaro, Agrigento Province in the middleground
A meadow of crimson clover and a hillside outside of Sant’Angelo Muxaro, Sicani Mountains, Agrigento Province, Sicily
Happy International Women’s Day! Buona festa delle donne! Today recognize the women in your life and the achievements they’ve made.