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Long live “Aituzza”. Discovering the Feast of Saint Agatha


A three-days festivity, thousands of devotees, one city immersed between folklore and faith. Sacred meets profane when it comes to the one and only Feast of Saint Agatha, the most important religious celebration in Catania.

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Long live “Aituzza”. Discovering…

A three-days festivity, thousands of devotees, one city immersed between folklore and faith. Sacred meets profane when it comes to the one and only Feast…

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Modica chocolate: the food of the gods

Two words come to mind when thinking about Modica: Sicilian baroque and chocolate. Situated in the province of Ragusa, Modica is indeed renowned for being…

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Kitesurf in Sicily: the 3 best kite spots

Sun, sea, wind, unspoiled nature and lots of adrenaline. While kitesurfing is getting more and more popular, Sicily is already one of the top kitesurfing…

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Trapani’s and Marsala’s salt pans

Spaces that dilate to infinity, immersed in dazzling light that add to the evocative atmosphere. This is not a poem, but one of the many…

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