BBC Travel - The splendour of Sicilian antiquity
In the fertile lands of this Italian island a legacy of diverse cultures, locally-harvested food, religious celebration and myth lives on.
BBC Travel - Italy's secret chocolate town
For years, travelers have been drawn to Sicily’s intriguing history, smoking volcanoes and famed cuisine, but somehow the island’s distinctive chocolate – made in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Mod...
Fishmonger Bazaar - Catania fish market
Matt Goulding visits the Catania fish market on the Piazza Carlo Alberto and finds octopus, men and Marlboro Lights...
(Almost) Everything We Ate in Sicily
It takes almost no effort at all to eat well in Sicily. Stumble into a gas station off the autostrada and you’ll find panini lined up like runway models and an old man playing a $3000 espresso machine...
What We Ate in Sicily
Each region of Italy has its own distinctive cuisine and Sicily in particular has plenty of surprises. Bread is topped with sesame seeds, couscous is found next to pasta on menus, raisins turn up in s...
Sicilian cuisine - Sicilian Home Cooking: Orange Salad
A refreshing starter that could work just as well, sans the back olives, after the meal, as fennel — here the white bulb is used — is the prefect palate cleanser, especially for the old-timers. Orange...
Sicilian cuisine - The Ultimate Sicilian Culinary Tour
A roundup of delicious recipes from two new books highlighting the history and diversity of Sicilian food and wine
Sicilian cuisine - Sicilian Home Cooking: Coffee Granita
The obvious choice for dessert is cannoli, as local a desert in Italy as the unheralded sfogliatelle is in Naples. It’s a brilliant little confection, the cannoli, but a bit too familiar, and, in this...
Sicilian Baroque - Baroque - Sicilian_Baroque - Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto Sicily Italy - UNESCO World Heritage Site
Ferries to Sicily: http://ferriessicily.com/ The Val di Noto owes its fame to the reconstruction which underwent after the year 1693, when the entire area wa...
The Second Grace
The first official video clip of Palermo based group The Second Grace . Album is out in Italy May 25th 2007 on edel Italy company. For details check www.thes...
Modica
Scorcio di Modica Bassa.
Catania
Ferries to Sicily: http://ferriessicily.com/ Catania is an Italian city on the east coast of Sicily facing the Ionian Sea, between Messina and Syracuse. It i...
Noto
Noto in Sicily is presented by Alessandro Sorbello Sorbello Productions http://www.alessandrosorbello.com as part of the Sensational Sicily Project http://ww...
Syracuse, Sicily
A journey through the most beautiful images of Sicily, between the history of its cities, the monuments, the churches, the piazzas and the enchanting magic o...
Noto - Documentary
Noto is a charming town with around 20000 inhabitants and is one of the most beautiful enclosed Baroque towns in Sicily. However, many of Noto's historic bu...
Syracuse, Sicily - Tour
This is part of a series, Planet Terra, which when licensed allows you to add your own custom narration to meet you specific marketing needs. Contact us at T...
Sicilian Baroque
Sicilian Baroque is the distinctive form of Baroque architecture that took hold on the island of Sicily, off the southern coast of Italy, in the 17th and 18th centuries. The style is recognizable not...
Music of Sicily
The Music of Sicily refers to music created by peoples from the isle of Sicily. It was shaped by the island's history, from the island's great presence as part of Magna Grecia 2,500 years ago through ...
Opera dei Pupi
The Opera dei Pupi (Opera of the Puppets; Sicilian: Òpira rî pupi) is a marionette theatrical representation of Frankish romantic poems such as the Song of Roland or Orlando furioso that is one of the...
Sicilian School
The Sicilian School was a small community of Sicilian, and to a lesser extent, mainland Italian poets gathered around Frederick II, most of them belonging to his court, the Magna Curia. Headed by Giac...
Sicilian cuisine
Sicilian cuisine shows traces of all the cultures which established themselves on the island of Sicily over the last two millennia. Although its cuisine has a lot in common with Italian cuisine, Sicil...
Sicilian cart
The Sicilian cart (or carretto siciliano in Italian and carrettu sicilianu in Sicilian or carretti (plural)) is an ornate, colorful style of horse or donkey-drawn cart native to the island of Sicily, ...
Roman Catholic Diocese of Ragusa, Sicily
The Italian Catholic Diocese of Ragusa (Latin: Dioecesis Ragusiensis) is in Sicily, and has existed since 1955. It is a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Siracusa.