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• Sicily is the largest island in Italy, separated from the rest of the country by the Strait of Messina and surrounded by the Ionian, the Tyrrhenian and the Mediterranean Seas

• It is one of the pearls of Southern Italy, with varied landscape, crystal-clear sea and treasured archaeological sites


 Il Picciolo Golf Club
Castiglione di Sicilia (CT)
18 - Holes (Par 72)

• Close to famous destinations like Taormina, Siracusa and Catania, Il Picciolo Golf Club is located in a natural amphitheater in northeastern Sicily, in the Etna natural park

• The 72-par course was designed by golf architect and designer Luigi Rota Caremoli, who provided 18 holes surrounded by hazelnuts and oak woods, pine trees, eucalyptus and vineyards

Other recommendations in the area
• Donnafugata Golf Resort & Spa, Ragusa (RG)
36 - Holes (Par 72)
The Parkland Course was drawn by the golfing legend G ary
Player, while the Links was designed by Franco Piras.
• Verdura Golf & Spa Resort, Sciacca (AG)
36 - Holes (Par 72)
Created by the Californian architect Kyle Philips
• Le Saie Golf Club, Carlentini (SR)
18 - Holes (Par 72)
Designed by Milanese architect Franco Piras

• Among others, the Sicilian culinary tradition boasts strong Greek, Arabic and Spanish influences, with specialties like cous cous, sfincioni (thick pizza-like secialty topped with tomato and cheese), cannoli (small horns stuffed with sweet ricotta cheese), cassata (ricotta and marzipan cake) and Modica Chocolate (powdery, cane sugar chocolate)

• Not-to-be-missed seafood dishes are tuna, swordfish, cod and shellfish accompanied by fresh vegetables cultivated locally and flavored with pine nuts, raisins, olives and herbs

  • Widely appreciated Sicilian wines are Nero d’Avola, Zibibbo, Passito di Pantelleria and Marsala



Pecorino (cheese)
Ragusano (cheese)
Olive oil
Pistacchio di Bronte (pistachios)
Arancia tarocco (red orange)
Ficodindia (prickly pear)
Cappero di Pantelleria (capers)


Cerasuolo (red)
Syrah (red)
Nero d'Avola (red)
Passito di Pantelleria (white)
Moscato di Pantelleria (white)
Marsala (liquor)


  • Ragusa and Val di Noto, with its jewels of Baroque art, including Modica and the imposing church of San Giorgio
  • Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, a perfectly preserved Greater Greece temple area
  • Taormina, an enchanting hilltop town on the east coast of Sicily near the highest European active volcano, Mount Etna

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