Sicily and the street of writers

A unique itinerary filled with artistic, archaeological and natural beauties, food and wine traditions

11-07-201714:03by
A general view of Temple of Juno in the Valle dei Templi Park of Agrigento
A general view of Temple of Juno in the Valle dei Templi Park of Agrigento (Credits: Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images)

Catlanissetta, Racalmuto, Favara, Agrigento, Palma di Montechiaro and Porto Empedocle: these are not only some of the stops along the route of the famous Valley of the Temples, but also the places where some of the greatest Sicilian writers lived. Luigi Pirandello, Andrea Camilleri, Antonio Russello and Simonetta Agnello Hornby are only some of some of the artist who have through years been inspired by this beautiful land.

Today, it is possible to travel through this area following an itinerary filled with artistic, archaeological and natural beauties, not to mention food and wine traditions. Here history, myth, and literature blend together when passing by locations where famous Italian writers once lived.

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