SPA - Sicília



Sicily has a very thousand-year thermal tradition, we find traces of Greek and Roman thermal settlements, the volcanic landscape allows thermal tourism focused mainly on its coast, which in some cases is located directly by the sea. Sicily with more than 60 thermal springs rightly is one of the most important thermal regions in Europe, unfortunately despite such great hydrological wealth Sicily has only 9 functional thermal baths, including Acireale, Acqua Pia, Ali, Bagni Sclafani, Gorga, Segestane Selinine Termini Imerese, Vigliatore and Vulcano. Segesta is home to Segestan waters, alkaline and highly mineralized sulfur hyperthermal waters for thermal baths, mud and anthrotherapy, and the free Mirror Lake Venus spa on Pantelleria Island


Sicilian cuisine is known and loved all over the world. Typical Sicilian food begins at best with a very rich menu of appetizers. From a simple combination of olives, cheese and salami to the classic Capponata (fried vegetables flavored with tomatoes and sweet and sour sauce), or Parmigiana, fried eggplants, baked with tomatoes, basil, garlic and one or more cheeses. The most typical pastas are Pasta alla Norma, which originate in Catania (usually macaroni with tomato sauce, eggplant and salty risotto), pasta with sardines or Trapanese pasta, which you can enjoy with a local pesto prepared from tomatoes, basil, garlic, almonds and Pecorino cheese. The best Sicilian specialties include fish. You should definitely try the Beccafico sardines, a tasty fish roll with Pecorino cheese and raisins. Those who prefer meat should taste Falsomagro or "Bruciuluni" stuffed with cheese and vegetables or Arancini, fried rice balls stuffed with tomatoes, meat sauce or fish. Does anyone offer you dessert? In Sicily, it is better not to decline the invitation, because desserts are real delicacies. The most famous is Cannolo, filled with fresh sheep roe, chocolate chips and orange peel or pistachios, no less famous is Cassata Siciliana prepared from roe, chocolate chips, candied fruit and marzipan. Among the wines are the most famous brands Nero D'Avola, wines from Mount Etna, such as Etna Rosso, Faro and Etna Bianco, Alcamo in the Trapani and Palermo regions, Moscato di Noto, Marsala and Zibibbo from Pantelleria.

Mamička Sicília
MAMME ITALIANE - SICILY NAME Services: presentation of the preparation of Mediterranean dishes and ancient recipes of local cuisine and their delivery to foreign tourists and future generations.