|Subject: Any recs for agritourismos in Sicily?|
We've decided on Sicily for our late January trip to Italy since we'll have the baby. I think that he'd enjoy roaming the outdoor archeological sites more than the indoor museums/churches of Rome or Florence.
So now that we've decided on the region, does anyone have any experience with specific cities and in particular any agritourismos in Sicily? We'd want something with a kitchenette at the very least and heated rooms. English speaking hosts. Otherwise, a working farm, vineyard, etc would be fun. But if a working farm means lots of early, loud machinery, maybe not. LOL.
Thanks in advance!
Amee Reno, NV