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Villa Romana and amazing mosaics are of course your must have when you visit southern Sicily.
But do not forget to come to the city. Watching the cathedral, the ruins of the castle and walking around the city are unforgettable during the Sicilian siesta, when...More
This villa, whose beautiful mosaics have been protected for aeons because they were buried under the remnants of a landslide, is one of THE most breath-taking historical sites I’ve been privileged to see. But you definitely need a professional guide to explain in detail the...More
Since this site was covered by 10+ feet of soil before being discovered in the late 1920's, much of the villa is preserved. Really incredible. Well done on excavation and preservation. Not to be missed!
The Roman Villa Casala and the stunning mosaics are marvellous. Rooms in the villa are linked by a corridor we were told was 65m long - and the mosaics on the floor are well preserved - these are not small mosaics, they cover large areas....More
This ancient Roman villa is "a must" to see when in Sicily. The mosaic floors all over are stunning in their beauty and details. They give a unique insight in how the world of ideas and conceptions were at that time, late antiquity, 3rd -...More
May was an awful time to visit. The place was so crowded with tourist groups and school tours that we couldn't even get in. When we did get in, the line around the palace did not move and made for a very irritating trip. It...More