There are many typical culinary products in Sicily.
The Sicilians have taken and kept something in the gastronomic field from all peoples and cultures passed on the island.
To foreign influences, that led to the island both products and recipes, we have to consider in addition the raw materials of which the island is already rich. The resources of Sicily’s sea as well as both agricultural and pastoral hinterland are endless and the highest quality. Read the rest of this entry »
The east coast is a paradise of mountains and sea, from “Punta Nera” in the Gulf of Orosei until the Ogliastro coast.
Cliffs that plunge into the sea of Sardinia, huge ramparts of limestone, the plateau of Supramonte, pyramid-shaped rocks that emerge from the water, creeks that start in the idyllic coastline, caves, and so on.
Along this coast there are the so-called “codule”, narrow gorges carved into the rock by rivers, which, lined with plants and flowers, lead to the bays of white sand. Read the rest of this entry »
Those who believe that art is boring, probably have never visited the Mart in Rovereto, the temple of modern Italian art. Here you can feel the spirit of innovation, curiosity and the desire to transcend the limits of tradition and conventional and the avant-garde soul.
Visiting this small town and its treasures is a must for those who spend their holidays in the nearby ski resorts or in a hotel on Lake Garda (only twenty kilometers).
The museum houses an impressive permanent collection, kind of 10,000 works including paintings, sculptures and drawings that trace the history of the twentieth century, from giants such as De Chirico, Campigli, de Pisis, Savino, Sironi. Read the rest of this entry »