Discover Yourself Through Sicily’s Hidden Corners In May 2020

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…

Inspired By The Locals

The “Eleven O’clock Number ” of our Palermo market, street food, and cultural walking tour today was Pan ca meusa, the ancient city’s world renowned spleen sandwich, pictured. Normally, I don’t eat anything from a cow, but, when in Palermo, I follow the lead of the locals, and as a result, I am inspired by…

Be Filled With Joy

Let the sun shine in! Join us for our Myths & Mysteries of Sicily May 2018 tour! Details at https://experiencesicily.com/myths-mysteries/ Our May 2018 Sicily Tour During Myths & Mysteries of Sicily, you’ll explore off-the-beaten path towns, interact with locals, immerse yourself in Sicilian culture and ancient history, and explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The month…

Feel Refreshed And Inspired By Travel In Sicily

Seeking joyful companions for our Myths & Mysteries of Sicily May 2018 tour! Won’t you join us? During Myths & Mysteries of Sicily, you’ll explore off-the-beaten path towns, interact with locals (like Vincenzo here, at Antica Focacceria San Francesco in Palermo), immerse yourself in Sicilian culture and ancient history, and explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites….

Escape from the Chatter in Taormina’s Villa Comunale

If you’ve had enough politics, Taormina’s Villa Comunale is a lovely place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the boutiques, restaurants, and G7 conferences happening throughout town. With its lush plantings and shaded pathways, you’ll feel like you’ve escaped to a different era. There is a reason for that! Villa Comunale was given…

Our May 2016 Tour, Day 5: Taormina’s Secret Spot

Taormina’s public garden, Villa Comunale, was given to the town by English aristocrat and nature conservationist Florence Trevelyan (1852-1907), who once enjoyed bird watching from its cliff tops. Originally designed to be a private pleasure garden, the Villa Comunale was initially called Hallington Siculo, or Sicilian Hallington; Hallington for Hallington Demesne, the town from which…