A trip to discover the extreme tip of south-eastern Sicily, visiting the area of Pachino e Marzamemi.
A territory full of history, crystal clear seawater, food, and wine traditions.
Marzamemi is an ancient fishing village in a suggestive location. The beauty of the main square leaves you speechless with the two churches, the Villadorata palace, and all around the fishermen's houses. Worth a visit to its famous Tonnara, one of the most important in Sicily that dates back to Arab domination.
Pachino, known as the sunniest Sicilian town, is a triumph of red: that of tomato (cherry) and wine. This is the territory of origin of one of the most important grape varieties in the region, Nero d'Avola. We suggest a guided tour of one of the many wineries to learn all the secrets behind the wine's productive cycle and taste the wine paired with local delicacies.