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Sicily

Villas in Sicily


Off the foot of the Italian boot stands the Mediterranean’s largest island, Sicily. With over 25,000 kilometres of land to call its own, and as the polygonal crossroad between Europe and Africa, it’s no wonder that Sicilians dance along to their own melody; a melody which differs from any other region of Italy.

Imagine the backdrop of Mount Etna, the blazing heat of neighbouring North Africa, a collision of the Ionian, Tyrrhenian and Mediterranean seas, all enwrapped with the Italian way of life. Sicily is a unique world, one which is full of exciting sights and flavours. Read our travel guide and browse our stunning villas in Sicily.

Getting There


Airports


The four major airports are Palermo-Falcone Borsellino Airport, Trapani Vincenzo Florio Airport, Catania Vincenzo Bellini Airport, and Comiso / Vincenzo Magliocco Airport. All four airports service international visitors but direct flights are at limited availability, with many flights connecting at Rome.

Trains


One of the easiest ways to travel to Sicily is by train. All major Italian cities offer trains services to the island; travel from Milan, Venice, Rome or Naples and expect anything up to 15 hours’ travel time.
Ferries

Ferry


There are eight ferry ports in Sicily alone; Catania, Messina, Milazzo, Palermo, Palermo Termini Imerese, Porto Empidocle, Pozzallo and Trapani. So getting to Sicily from mainland Italy is extremely convenient. For those looking to drive from London, a 20 hour ferry ride from Genoa to Palermo can help to break up the journey. There are also ferry links with Malta and Tunisia.

Sicily


 

Casa degli Limone

From £3795/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 12
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £542
A fabulous villa with stylish, contemporary interiors and lush gardens situated in a highly sought after position. Casa degli Limone is ideally located only 550 metres from the sea, 2 km from the nearest restaurant and 5 Km from the historic town of Avola (the home of Nero d'Avola wine) on Sicily's Eastern coast. This fabulous villa benefits from spacious living areas, air-con, fitness room, table tennis, wine cellar, and a children's play area. The property is surrounded by well kept gardens (3000 mq) and the outdoor kitchen is perfect for dining 'al fresco'. Tennis courts within 1.5 Km. Only 75 Km from Catania airport.

6 Beds
6 Bathrooms
12 Guests

Casetta Maranzano

From £900/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 6
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Shared Pool
From £129
A charming residence ideally situated on the edge of Buseto Palizzolo, a small hillside village in northern Sicily, 15 kilometres from Trapani. The property is part of an ancient 'baglio' - a collection of 3 stonebuilt buildings centred around a pretty courtyard. Ideally situated within walking distance to a shop and restaurant. Recently renovated the casetta offers tasteful interiors and modern comforts such as air-con.

3 Beds
2 Bathrooms
6 Guests

Marsala Garden

Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 16
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Shared Pool
From £
The perfect solution for a large family or group of friends who want to holiday together yet still maintain some independence - Marsala Garden offers three contemporary style apartments with stylish interiors (one of which is occupied by the owner). The accommodation overlooks the large shared pool and garden filled with Mediterranean plants. Ideally situated just a stone's throw away (300 metres) from the sandy beach of Lido Signorino and within walking distance of a grocery store and restaurant. Trapani airport is 25 km away and Palermo 110 km. 8 Km from Marsala's harbour and town with an array of boutiques, pavement cafes and restaurants. The property benefits from air-con & wi-fi

8 Beds
8 Bathrooms
16 Guests

Villa Agora Agrigento

From £3980/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 14
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £569
Villa Agorà is an exclusive villa with private swimming pool near Agrigento and the Valley of the Temples, majestic archaeological area listed as a World Heritage site. Ideal property for those seeking privacy, comfort and relaxation, this villa is set in a pleasant rural area, 8 Km from the beach. Immersed in a luxuriant garden, the property consists of two buildings overlooking the large pool and a beautiful Jacuzzi hidden among the rocks. Facilities include a small football pitch and a games room (table tennis, table football and billiard table), BBQ, wood oven, Wifi and air-con. Each bedroom has a mini bar and television. Tennis court only 50 metres from the property. Special offer: special price for parties of max 10 people

7 Beds
7 Bathrooms
14 Guests

Villa Buseto

From £3570/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 16
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £510
Ideally situated within walking distance of the village of Buseto Palizzolo (1 Km) and 20 Km from Trapani. Villa Buseto is located in a sunny, quiet but not secluded location with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. The bright, spacious interiors are comfortably and tastefully furnished with a combination of antique and contemporary pieces. All 8 bedrooms are en-suite and have air-con. There is a restaurant only 200 metres away and a shop 400 metres.

8 Beds
10 Bathrooms
16 Guests

Villa Cantu

From £3210/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 10
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £459
Situated in a countryside setting in the heart of the south-east of Sicily. This charming barn complex has been lovingly rstored to offer a stylish, private residence. Framed by olive, carob trees and white stone walls, the villa offers a beautiful infinity pool, large, well-equipped terraces and lawned gardens which are well tended. Interiors are stylish and furnished with a tasteful blend of modern and traditional pieces. The property consists of a main house with 3 bedrooms and an anexe witha further twop bedrooms - perfect for those who want to ho0l.iday together yet still retain some privacy and independence. Air-con & wi-fi. Restaurant and shop within walking distance, beaches within 35 Km.

5 Beds
5 Bathrooms
10 Guests

Villa Capo D'Orlando

From £4320/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 10
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £617
A luxury villa with pool situated on the Tyrrhenian coast of Sicily, near the popular seaside resort of Capo D'Orlando. Set in a quiet, sunny and panoramic position, the property offers enchanting sea views towards the Aeolian Islands, to enjoy especially at sunset, from its exclusive pool with hydromassage, luxuriant garden and spacious terraces. The perfect villa for those seeking luxury, comfort and privacy.

5 Beds
6 Bathrooms
10 Guests

Villa Dalia

From £2995/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 12
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £428
A contemporary style villa with private pool, under floor cooling system, cinema room, internet connection & a fitness room. Beaches only 14km. Special offer: special price for parties of max 8 people

6 Beds
8 Bathrooms
12 Guests

Villa Fontane Beach

From £1960/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 4
Star Rating:
From £280
Wow! It doesn't get any closer to the beach than this stunning beach front luxury property in Fontane Bianche. Breathtaking sea views right on your doorstep. Walk to shop and restaurant. The ideal location to relax and unwind. Air-con, internet, BBQ & direct access to the sea. A holiday at Villa Fontane is a holiday to remember.

2 Beds
2 Bathrooms
4 Guests

Villa Hera

From £1400/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 6
Star Rating:
From £200
Situated in a quiet, sunny location near Cefalù, on the Tyrrhenian coast of Sicily. Hera sits just a few steps away from a delightful bay. The villa shares direct acess to the sea with it's sister property which can also be rented. Newly built, Hera is on three levels and is surrounded by a lovely lawned garden with a large, well-equipped terrace, which is the perfect spot for outdoor living. This contemporary and stylishly furnished villa features air-conditioned rooms and comes with internet Wi-Fi, Sat-TV, Hi-Fi system, washing machine, dishwasher and safe.

3 Beds
3 Bathrooms
6 Guests

Villa Letojanni

From £12600/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 14
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £1800
Set in a panoramic position, this spectacular property with ultra modern interiors offers breathtaking views towards Taormina’s Bay and the sea. Contemporary and chic, Villa Letojani provides a luxurious base only 10 Km from the enchanting town of Taormina. Tennis, restaurant and sandy beach within 2.5 Km. Pool can be heated, wi-fi, air-con. All bedrooms en-suite

7 Beds
8 Bathrooms
14 Guests

Villa Letojanni Piccola

From £4570/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 7
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £653
This fabulous villa is surrounded by a lush, well-tended Mediterranean garden, this exclusive property enjoys a panoramic location with breathtaking views towards Taormina’s bay and the sea. Surrounded by a lush, well-tended Mediterranean garden, the property benefits from contemporary style interiors with Sicilian touches and is ideally located only 2 Km from the sandy beach of Letojanni. Air conditioning (3 units), Wi-Fi, satellite TV, Hi-Fi system, safe, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer. Table football and some gymnasium equiptment

4 Beds
2 Bathrooms
7 Guests

Villa Licata

From £2450/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 6
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £350
An exclusive villa with swimming pool situated in an enviable location only 350 metres from the lovely sandy beach of Marianello. There is a restaurant within easy walking distance. Tastefully furnished interiors are equipped with Wi-Fi and satellite TV.

3 Beds
2 Bathrooms
6 Guests

Villa Maddalena

From £9800/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 8
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £1400
A prestigious seafront villa with breathtaking views of the ocean and direct acess to the sea and rocks below. This majecstic property also benefits from luxurious, contemporary style interiors, a heated swimming pool, fitness room, steam room and air- conditioning. A peaceful setting on the Maddalena peninsula, 10 kilometres south of Syracuse. Catania airport 75 Km

4 Beds
5 Bathrooms
8 Guests

Villa Marina

From £3140/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 10
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £449
A private seafront villa with contemporary interiors - situated within easy reach of a restaurant,delicatessen and tennis courts ( 2 Km). This stylish property boasts large, panoramic terraces and a wellness room with sauna and Jacuzzi. Air-con throughout. Fans of Inspector Montalbano will be able to visit filming locations from the series such as Sampieri, Punta Secca and the Donnafugata Castle.

5 Beds
5 Bathrooms
10 Guests

Villa Marzamemi

From £2595/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 14
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £371
Located in an enviable position just a few metres from beautiful sandy beaches with crystal clear waters on the edge of the Vendicari nature reserve with its many nature trails. Recently built, this spacious villa is divided into three comfortable apartments with spacious, light interiors. Shop and restaurant within 2 Km

7 Beds
7 Bathrooms
14 Guests

Villa Maurizio

From £8570/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 18
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £1224
An exclusive villa situated in a splendid sea front position only 2 Km from Marina di Modica, on the southern coast of Sicily. Surrounded by an immaculate garden the property boasts spacious, furnished terraces - ideal for dining 'al fresco' whilst looking out to sea. The generous accommodation is spread over two buildings, adjacent to each other, both overlooking te large private pool. . The bright, airy interiors are tastefully furnished in a contemporary style. All nine of the bedrooms benefit from air-conditioning and have mosquito nets at the window. The villa boasts two kitchens and two living rooms making it perfect for a large group of friends or family who want to holiday together yet still have their own independence . Home office, fitness area, wi-fi & satellite TV, i-pod docking station. Restaurant and shop within 2 Km

9 Beds
10 Bathrooms
18 Guests

Villa Milo

From £2795/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 12
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £399
This idyllic Sicilian farmhouse is surrounded by olive trees and offers stunning views across to the Ionian sea. Ideally located within walking distance of the local village with restaurants and a grocery store. Taormina is only 35 Km away and beaches within 10 km. Set in a quiet, sunny and panoramic position, the property has been lovingly restored and benefits from stylish interiors and a roof top solarium from where you can enjoy the wonderful views. There is a large, well-kept garden with lawns and spacious terraces equipped for dining 'al fresco'. Ping - pong and table football for your enjoyment. The villa is equipped with internet Wi-Fi, Ipod docking station, satellite TV, A/C, dryer, washing machine and dishwasher.

6 Beds
6 Bathrooms
12 Guests

Villa Nettuno

From £1995/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 6
Star Rating:
From £285
A stylish villa with contemporary interiors and direct acess to the sea. Fully air conditioned

3 Beds
3 Bathrooms
6 Guests

Villa Noto

From £4200/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 9
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £600
This luxury villa sits in a priveledged position only 2 Km from the ancient baroque town of Noto & 8 Km from the beach 30 km south of Syracuse. Set in a panoramic position, the property offers enchanting views of the surrounding countryside and the sea. Surrounded by a beautiful natural garden, the villa benefits from a heated pool and stylish, contemporary style interiors which are air-conditioned. This impressive dream villa is also conveniently located just a few kilometres from the beaches of Calamosche, San Lorenzo and Fontane Bianche

5 Beds
6 Bathrooms
9 Guests

Villa Scicli

From £2450/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 8
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £350
A charming property with contemporary interiors, private pool, tennis, wellness area including sauna, Turkish bath, whirlpool and multi-sensory shower. Wonderful panoramic views. Weekly market within 1km, shop and restaurant within 2km, airport within 50km. Villa Scicli is a perfect base for exploring the nearby baroque towns of Ragusa-Ibla, Modica, Noto and Syracuse in the Val di Noto, the places made famous by the Sicilian writer Andrea Camilleri’s character Inspector Montalbano, such as the fishing villages of Sampieri, Donnalucata and Punta Secca, renowned also for their golden sandy beaches. Air-con and Wi-fi for your comfort and convenience.

4 Beds
5 Bathrooms
8 Guests

Villa Splendida

From £7140/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 12
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £1020
Aptly named - Villa Splendida is situated in a privileged seafront position in Fontane Bianchi. Surrounded by a well kept garden with lawn, this prestigious property offers tasteful interiors, spacious, well equipped outdoor areas, a beautiful pool with sun terrace and private access to the sea and rocks below. Restaurant within walking distance. Air-con, wi-fi & satellite TV.

6 Beds
7 Bathrooms
12 Guests

Villa Tecla

From £2795/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 8
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £399
Situated in a panoramic position and affording splendid sea views over the Ionian sea. Villa Tecla is positioned in a small fishing village approximately 5 kilometres away from Acireale amidst the “Timpa” nature reserve . The property offers spacious accommodation which is tastefully furnished with a pool set in a panoramic position above the house, there is a large terrace on the first floor of the villa, which also features an outdoor kitchen and a porch equipped for al fresco dining. Sandy beaches within 15 minutes drive.

4 Beds
4 Bathrooms
8 Guests

Villa Torre Sicilia

From £4200/week
Location: Sicily, Italian island
Sleeps: 10
Star Rating:
Pool Type: Private Pool
From £600
A charming country retreat with tasteful, rustic interiors and 2 swimming pools. Air-con in 4 bedrooms and wi-fi. Beaches 18 Km. Modica with train station, tennis courts and horse riding 8 Km. Restaurant and delicatessen 2 Km.

5 Beds
5 Bathrooms
10 Guests

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Top 10 Things To Do – Your Sicily Villa Holiday


In the Med’s largest island, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to cities, towns and historical sites. With the menacing milieu of Mount Etna and the outstandingly beautiful circumference of coastline, there is much to see. From the quirky capital of Palermo to the volcanic Aeolian archipelago, here are the top 10 things to do during your stay in Sicily, an Italian region like no other.

Get into the swing of true Sicilian life and join the locals at their historical city markets in the beautiful capital. Read more.

Valley of the Temples or “Valle dei Templi” is one of Sicily’s most exciting historical attractions. This archaeological site in Agrigento is one of the most remarkable demonstrations of Greek architecture and features the restored remains of seven Greek temples. The archaeological park is open every day from 8:30am to 7:00pm and guided tours are available.

It’s the most active volcano in Europe, yet it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Italy.

Siracusa is one of the most significant cities of Italian and Greek history. This once very powerful city in the Magna Graecia Italian coast was described by Cicero as “the most beautiful of all Greek cities.” Visit Siracusa today and the Greek designs remain; combined with today’s modern Sicilian culture, it’s the keystone of two melding nations. Visit the historical sites which are open to the public, wine and dine in the lively city centre, or take a day trip to the surrounding sea caves.

Second largest to Sicily’s capital, Catania is alive with energy day or night. Read more.

Just north of mainland Sicily, you will find the striking Aeolian Islands. The UNESCO protected archipelago is made up of Vulcano, Lipari, Salina, Panarea, Stromboli, Filicudi and Alicudi, and each island offers its own unique charm. Head to Lipari for energetic island life and stunning beaches, sail to Stromboli for hiking and nature, or take a day trip to Alicudi for some off the beaten path exploration.

Vulcano is a small volcanic island which is a part of the Aeolian archipelago. Here you will find four volcanos (all of which can be explored on hikes) and natural mud baths which are healing to the body. Relax and wind down in the thermal baths and let the sulphur-rich mud work wonders on your skin.

Taormina is a small town on the east coast boasting spectacular views, magical sunsets and bustling streets filled with restaurants, bars and shops. Read more.

A few miles outside of the Sicilian town of Piazza Armerina is a Villa Romana del Casale; a great example of Roman exploitation of the countryside. This famous villa is one of the most excessive and lavish of its kind, and beautifully preserved mosaics decorate every single room. Be sure to pack your camera so you can capture the magic of the intricate mosaic designs.

Sicily is famed for its beautiful beaches but Cava Grande is a fantastic alternative if you’re looking for something a little bit different. There are no public transport links to Cava Grande so you will need to make travel arrangements by rental car or join an organised tour. Don’t forget to pack your swimsuit for a dip in the lush lakes of Avola.

Weather & Climate


Sicilian climate has moderate temperatures and fantastic dry summers, which makes the destination enjoyable all year round. Positioned right in the middle of the Mediterranean climate zone, you can expect summers to be hot and winters to be comfortably mild. Temperatures of 30°C are not uncommon in the summer season, with the hottest months expected to be July, August and early September. January is the coldest month of the year but with temperatures barely dipping below 10°C, January is still a good time to visit.
The best time to go swimming in the sea is between July-September when the sea temperatures are at their most warm and wonderful. When the summer heat starts to wane in autumn, the sea is still a glorious 20-25°C. Summers are usually dry so rainfall is very low from May to September. December and November have the highest levels of rainfall.

Regional Food & Wine


Sicilian cuisine can be defined by its unique fusion of the worlds. With Greek, Spanish, French and Arab influences, no other Italian cooking is quite like Sicilian. If you like Italian food with a twist, Sicilian food is for you. When eating in Sicily, you can expect everything to be fresh and grown locally on the island. In fact, the only imported foods are bananas and pineapples – so you can be guaranteed garden-fresh dishes wherever you go. What goes hand in hand with local ingredients is the seasonality of some dishes; remaining true to what Mother Nature provides is the beauty of Sicilian food.

Must Try Dishes in Sicily


Arancini is quite possibly the most famous local dish in Sicily; these creamy risotto balls filled with meat and cheese make a comforting street food and they are enjoyed by many travellers. Sicilian pastries also make great street food snacks; try delicious Cannoli or Granita e Brioche.

For a taste of the sea, a plate of Linguine ai Frutti Di Mare is the perfect lunch time dish and washes down well with a glass of white. Arabic influences are palpable in the delicious mixed seafood medley of Cous Cous al Pesce. And a fine example of local ingredients from both land and sea can be enjoyed in the Pesce Spada alla Ghiotta. For non seafood lovers, try Sicily’s most iconic pasta dish, Pasta alla Norma, a Catania speciality which is made with fresh aubergine, juicy tomatoes and ricotta cheese.

Wine in Sicily


Whether it’s Dionysus God of Wine who blessed Sicily with its wine-making talents or the benefits of having volcanic soil from Mount Etna, it’s no secret that the Sicilian wine industry is booming. Whether you have a penchant for red or white, Sicilian soil provides the perfect melting pot for both tastes. Try the Guigal St Joseph Vignes l’Hospice Rouge which is one of the most highly rated reds of the region or the Stemmari Syrah for its Eastern flavours. If you want a delicious white to pair with your seafood, ask for a glass of Regaleali.

Recommended Restaurants


The pan-European influences in Sicilian cooking makes it truly distinctive. But what really makes Sicilian food stand out for most travellers is the seasonal variety and the fresh, local ingredients. The resources for Sicilian chefs are remarkable to say the least, and as a result it is practically impossible to eat poorly in Sicily. Here are some fantastic restaurants to try.

I Cuochini (Palermo)


For a light brunch or for the world-famous Arancini rice balls, I Cuochini in the capital is a must. Listed as one of chef Giorgio Locatelli’s favourite daytime haunts, it’s definitely worth a visit. Find this fast food rotisserie in the old town area of Palermo. You won’t be disappointed.

Da Vittorio Ristorante (Siracusa)


On the beach of Porto Palo di Menfi is a fish restaurant with no menus. If you love the element of surprise and love to go with the flow of what’s available on the day, be sure to visit Da Vittorio Ristorante. The antipasti could be anything from octopus and red prawns to delicious anchovies and mains could be anything from lobster to sea urchins.

Al Duomo (Taormina)


Taormina is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Sicily so dining out can sometimes be pricey. But Al Duomo along Vico Ebrei is very reasonably priced and has some of the most delectable local dishes to try. Eat on the terrace to get a great view of Piazza Duomo

Al Fogher (Piazza Armerina)


The chef and owner of Al Fogher is a celebrated talent across the whole of Europe. People travel from all around the continent to dine at his prestigious restaurant in Piazza Armerina and it is one of the finest places to eat in Sicily. Enjoy a traditional setting with unpretentious décor and an unfaultable dinner service.

Al Duomo (Taormina)


Taormina is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Sicily so dining out can sometimes be pricey. But Al Duomo along Vico Ebrei is very reasonably priced and has some of the most delectable local dishes to try. Eat on the terrace to get a great view of Piazza Duomo

Al Fogher (Piazza Armerina)


The chef and owner of Al Fogher is a celebrated talent across the whole of Europe. People travel from all around the continent to dine at his prestigious restaurant in Piazza Armerina and it is one of the finest places to eat in Sicily. Enjoy a traditional setting with unpretentious décor and an unfaultable dinner service.

Annual Events


Sicily is a melting pot of culture, world-class cookery and some of the finest wine in Europe. And as the largest island in the Mediterranean, it really is no surprise that there’s always so much to celebrate. The vast island of Sicily offers a colourful calendar of events and festivals – and here are just a few of our favourites.

Almond Blossom & Folklore Festival (February)


Sicily is a fusion of nationalities; to soak in this unique culture, which is unlike anywhere else in Italy, head to Agrigento in February to watch the traditional parades and peruse the craft exhibitions. Let the festival take you back in time and learn more about the Sicilian people.

Sagra della Ricotta e del Formaggio (April)


For cheese lovers, festivals really don’t get better than this. Head to Sicily’s oldest food festival in the town of Vizzini (near Siracusa) and celebrate with the locals to rejoice in producing one of the world’s tastiest cheeses. Try the freshly made ricotta in the form of a tasty Cassata or Cannoli.

Inycon a Menfi Wine Festival (June)


Menfi is a small commune in Agrigento and every June a prestigious wine festival is held here. Taste the finest wines of Sicily whilst enjoying the concerts and shows available around town. There will also be a chance to taste some of the local olive oil and other tasty food products.

Feast of Saint. Rosalia (July)


Head to the capital to enjoy this lively celebration of the patron of Palermo, Santa Rosalia. Watch the dramatic street procession and enjoy the celebratory food of Pasta con le Sarde or Babbaluci Snails served in venues across the city.

Cous Cous Festival (September)


The delicious grain of cous cous is not as abundant anywhere else in Italy as it is in Sicily. Taking Arab influences, cous cous is a major part of Sicilian cuisine and the Cous Cous Festival in Trapani celebrates Sicily’s unique gastronomy with six whole evenings of music and dance – and of course plenty of cous cous to go around.

 
 

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