Isn't there something alluring in the macabre?
We're all more than familiar with Sicily's own sugary and creamy incarnations,
In 1833, Jean Baptiste Gonzalve de Nervo described the Carretti Siciliani as "small carts, mostly painted i
In a world less and less interested in spirituality and tradition, in a historical moment where faith is too often associated with extremism, histo
Italy is the country with the highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world.
Sicily is the largest of the Mediterranean's islands.
Sicily is said to be one of the places in Italy where “life is lived in the moment”, and this couldn’t be more true.
Lying between two seas, the Mediterranean and the Tyrrhenian, caressed by a constant breeze and