The end of SicilyJanuary 20, 2019 in Italy ⋅ ⛅ 14 °C
+ Castello Tafuri a palace built in 1933 by marquis Bruno di Belmonte. The walls were built with the stone extracted from the cave of the Isola delle Correnti. It was never inhabited by the family of the marquis and was restored in 2015 as a luxury hotel. Rooms start at $140 per night: not quoted in Euros I notice.
+ The ruins are of an old Tonnara or fish processing factory.
+ The islet is called Capo Passero (sparrow) for its tapered shape, which imaginatively resembles the head of a sparrow.
+ Capo Passero is mistakenly considered the most Southern tip of Sicily, but really it is the third foot of the “Trinacria”, the female emblem representing Sicily.
+ Less fishing now, more play. Looking back to Marzamemi.
+ A patio heater on the end of the breakwater? Must be warming the cockles ...Read more