Following in Inspector Montalbano’s footsteps

A tour of the main locations seen in the Inspector Montalbano crime series based on the novels by the Sicilian author, Andrea Camilleri. Continue Reading →

Art & Flavours – Modica

Delight your sight and your palate… a combination of art and gastronomy. The County of Modica is not only known for its “Late Baroque Style”, but also for the famous chocolate, made following an ancient and original Aztec recipe, and for its cheese, the delicious “caciocavallo cheese”, a true symbol of good quality and pride of the tradition. Continue Reading →

Brewery Tour & Beer Tasting

For beer lovers… guided tour of a brewery and exclusive tasting of locally brewed hand crafted raw beer alongside with experts who will take you on a journey through new tastes.

Perfect for both the novice and the experienced beer connoisseur.

Scent journey: see, touch, smell, taste…

Be seduced by the Hyblean countryside and its heady perfumes. Ideal tour for nature lovers and for people who wish to improve their knowledge. The tour includes the visit to a farm dealing with aromatic herbs, specialized in Sicilian aromatic and medical herbs, a fragrant walk through the garden and a tasting of local dish flavoured with herbs.

Hyblean Safari

One-day adventure by Land Rover through the Irminio Valley to nature lovers and adventure seekers. Continue Reading →

Baroque temptations – Modica

A dip in the artistic beauty of the city and in the flavours of the County of Modica. A wide range of simple ingredients marks the age-old culinary tradition of the Iblei district, deeply linked to the colours of the place, its tradition and local production. Delicacy, deliciousness and triumph of perfumes will delight the palates of the most demanding gourmets. Continue Reading →

Breakfast in a farmstead – Modica

In the typical local farmstead, time seems to stop. The ancient handwork still marks the uniqueness of flavours and authenticity of food. A fantastic journey of discovery through the tastes of the country tradition. Continue Reading →