Rustic Lunch In Sicily, But Not Only

Lunch at Aldo’s featuring agave bud salad, raw pistachios and almonds, sheep’s milk cheeses, marinated olives and artichoke hearts, emerald-colored caper and herb pesto smeared on crusty bread, sun-dried tomatoes, fresh orange and fennel or tomato salad, depending on the season… and all garnished with vibrant edible flowers that Aldo grew on his property. Sweet,…

Meet Aldo In Sicily

In May, during our Myths and Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below tour, we’ll be spending a day with Aldo on his farm in the mountains of Sicily. Aldo is an herbalist, artist, masseuse, healer, spiritual soul, and … these words just completely fall short of who he is! I’m going to stop trying with…

Sicily Beyond the Guidebook

Along with Pierfilippo Spoto of Val di Kam excursions, I was interviewed last month in Sicily by “in3minuti.it” news about relational tourism and why we, Experience Sicily, bring our clients to the Sicanian mountains of south-central Sicily… And why we program more time in Agrigento Province than most tour operators. The answer is simple: If…