Santo Stefano Quisquina
Things to do, attractions, interesting facts
Area: Agrigento surroundings
The village was born around the Capo Favara spring during the reign of Frederick II of Aragon. In the sixteenth century, under the Barony of Ventimiglia, it reached its maximum splendor and demographic development. Numerous religious buildings date back to this period, such as the suggestive Hermitage of S. Rosalia, the place where the Palermitan Santuzza lived between 1150 and 1162.
Its territory is rich in woods, green pastures and springs of water which justify the presence of numerous drinking troughs and fountains in the town.
What to eat
Typical food, local wines and drinks, traditional dish to taste in Santo Stefano Quisquina
You can obviously taste all the typical products of Sicilian cuisine, the most well-known ones, such as cannoli, Sicilian cassata, arancini, etc. But there are some specialties typical of this area that are more difficult to find in other areas of Sicily.
Where to stay
Best Offers of Vacation Rental, hotel, B&B where to sleep in Santo Stefano Quisquina
Below you will find a list of the most beautiful places to visit in the surroundings of Santo Stefano Quisquina. The places are located at a maximum distance of about an half hour by car. Good fun!