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Sicily, a land of domination for a long time, carries with it the signs of the colonies that have crossed it over the centuries: such as Greeks, Romans, Arabs, and Normans. 
Greeks came to Sicily not with the aim of conquering, but rather, with the intent of finding new land to inhabit. The first visitors were the merchants, who opened the doors to the new migration. Unfortunately, we have little information about that period, because the writing was not yet in common use, but the Greeks left us an artistic-architectural heritage that the whole world envies.




Agrigento, anciently called Akragas, is a stage where myths come to life. City of millennial charm with all its streets and alleys full of history and with its characteristic views of the historic center, with the Norman Cathedral, the Monastery of Santo Spirito, and the inevitable walk along the Via Atenea, the main street of the city. 
The Valley of the Temples, one of the largest archaeological sites in the Mediterranean, within the city walls, is characterized by the exceptional state of conservation of several Doric temples dating back to the Hellenic period, such as the temple of Concordia, almost remained intact. Since 1997 The Valley of the Temples is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the spring it offers a fairytale setting thanks to the flowering of the Almond tree, celebrated every year with an international festival, the Mandorlo in fiore Festival. Not only the city offers suggestive panoramas. In Santo Stefano di Quisquina, a few kilometers from the polis, we have one of the finest works in the world, the Andromeda Theater, whose seats reproduce the constellation of Andromeda in number and arrangement.




San Leone was originally the place occupied by the ancient port of the Greek city and owes its name to Pope Leo II. It is one of the best-known beaches in the province of Agrigento, over one hundred kilometers of the Agrigento coast, from Porto Palo di Menfi to Licata, with its expanse of golden sand and numerous equipped beaches is the right combination of relaxation and comfort. 
San Leone is also a beautiful promenade, a meeting place on summer evenings, but also the heart of sports entertainment, with its countless activities, including surfing and kite surfing. 
It is an ideal destination for families looking for a quiet holiday, but also for lovers of the sea and nightlife.



Agrigento and its province have given birth to numerous contemporary Italian writers. First of all, the philosopher and writer of antiquity, Empedocles, was one of the immortals of literature. Not least are Luigi Pirandello, born in Agrigento, and Leonardo Sciascia, born in Racalmuto. 
In 2013 the project began to create an itinerary that invites you to retrace the places lived and loved by these writers and those described in their novels, so-called, The Road of the Writers. 
The road crosses the Valley of the Temples, joining the places of the great authors, in a tourist-cultural circuit that induces the visitor to entertain himself to enjoy the artistic, monumental, archaeological and naturalistic riches, without forgetting the inevitable food and wine tradition. The area also includes other opportunities for discovery, such as Favara, the town of the writer Antonio Russello, where the Farm Cultural Park contemporary art site is active.

Which is the dimension
of your next vacation?

Dream is the luxury of thought, it is the comfortable realization of a dream, it is a brief escape from everyday life, it is the attempt to experience the relaxation of a hotel within a significant context of relaxing luxury.

Emotion is a whisper of the music of nature, the rustling of trees in the evening, the good food of the earth on the breakfast table, the breathtaking color of a sunset are the ingredients for an emotional experience.

Experience, the sky remains our only limit, you should never do the same experience twice. Whenever the guest wants to spend his holiday he should always do new and different things, from sport to culture. This is pure vitality.

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