Favignana is an island gem off the coast of Sicily that will have you questioning whether you’re in the Maldives or in Italy.
Maria Grammatico is a famed Sicilian confectioner known and beloved across Italy for her handmade marzipan masterpieces.
Mount Etna is Europe’s most active volcano, but those who can look past its smoky peaks and red-hot eruptions can see why locals living in its shadows simply refer to it as Mongibello, or ‘beautiful mountain.’
On May 23rd, 1992, anti-Mafia prosecutor Giovanni Falcone died fighting Italy’s La Cosa Nostra, but today, the country faces a new threat in its southern regions.
Beneath a small church in Southern Italy, an intricate tunnel system pristinely encapsulates remnants of Sicily’s complex history.
Just 3km from Piazza Armerina in the center of Sicily, an ancient Italian estate houses one of the world’s largest collections of preserved Roman mosaics.
Perched atop craggy cliffs or situated in deep gorges, Italy’s hidden coastal towns are the perfect tourist-free getaways.
Separated by economic disparity and decades of inequality, Italy’s Mezzogiorno region finds itself in the crossfire of an unyielding national divide.
Sicily is a large island in the southernmost part of Italy and one of the most exciting destinations in the Mediterranean.
Hiking in Zingaro National Park, tasting natural wines, grubbing on cured tuna sandwich.