The perfect option for all ‘The Godfather’ film fans. See the sights synonymous with the film series based on the Sicilian mafia.
Take a drive along the motorway to Roccalumera where the scenery changes to small roads flanked with villas, flowering gardens and picturesque villages. You will arrive in the town of Savoca, one of the most attractive and lesser-known places in Sicily.
In the village of Savoca, enjoy a visit to Bar Vitelli, where you can see a collection of local artisans' tools and photographs taken when Francis Ford Coppola shot scenes for ‘The Godfather II’.
After typical Sicilian refreshments at Bar La Piazzetta, you will embark on a walking tour, passing by two 15th and 16th century churches. From here you can enjoy wonderful views over the valley.
Your next stop will be at Forza d'Agro, a charming little village overlooking the Arab-Norman castle of Capo Sant'Alessio. In 1990, Al Pacino and Sophia Coppola shot scenes here for the film, ‘The Godfather III’. Take circular steps up to the Gothic-Catalan portal to the Church of S. Agostino, also known as Triade. You will also have chance to see the Baroque Chiesa Madre.
See the many interesting sights and locations relating to the Godfather films, while enjoying beautiful and charming Sicilian panoramas.
Note: This tour involves walking over uneven terrain, gravel paths, inclines and 30 steps. Flat, comfortable shoes are recommended.