Sicily, part VIII

As I mentioned in the last post, we didn’t have much of our last, the seventh day. But on that morning, we visited a little sea-side town of Mazara del Vallo and then drove back to Tràpani, to the Vincenzo Florio airport. Signore Florio was, by the way, a wine industrialist, who back in the day owned the only motorcar on the island, and was the father of the Targa Florio race.

A narrow street in Mazara del Vallo’s Arabic district of Casbah.

A narrow street in Mazara del Vallo’s Arabic district of Casbah.

Another street in Casbah, lined with ceramic tiles.

Another street in Casbah, lined with ceramic tiles.


A church in Mazara del Vallo.

A church in Mazara del Vallo.


The central piazza of Mazara del Vallo.

The central piazza of Mazara del Vallo.


A church in Mazara del Vallo.

A church in Mazara del Vallo.


What used to be a ship in the "marina" of Mazara del Vallo.

What used to be a ship in the "marina" of Mazara del Vallo.

A view of the Alps from the plane window. Mont Blanc/Monte Bianco in the background.

A view of the Alps from the plane window. Mont Blanc/Monte Bianco in the background.

And that’s the final chapter of the Sicily gallery.

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