We are at the center of Sicily, immersed in one of the most beautiful agro-natural landscapes of the Mediterranean. The area was sung by the poets of antiquity which had put here the kingdom of Apollo, the sun god, who in these hills grazed his sacred cows. Hooked on this wonderful landscape, Theocritus of Syracuse in the fourth century BC, invented the bucolic poetry, the one that sang of unrequited love of shepherds and farmers. In short, we are in an environment of great emotional impact and where it has remained virtually unchanged over time. In less than an hour you will reach the sea and all the vertices of Sicily.