Palermo
Caccamo
Caccamo The Essential
Caccamo, a pretty little town built on a rocky precipice, is thought to have been founded by the Phoenicians. It became an important stronghold during the Norman period, when its castle, the best preserved in Sicily, served as a meeting place for the Sicilian barons in league against King William I the Bad. In the 14C, the town became the domain of the Chiaramonte family, subsequently passing into the hands of other powerful Sicilian dynasties.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Caccamo
Piazza Duomo
Piazza Duomo
Spread over two levels, the square is
15 minutes
Caccamo Castle
Caccamo Castle
This castle, built on a rocky spur on
60 minutes
Eglise Saint-Benoît de l'Annaye
Eglise Saint-Benoît de l'Annaye
The church has a single nave, which has
15 minutes
Caccamo Main Church
Caccamo Main Church
This church dedicated Saint Georges has
15 minutes
Church of Saint Mary of the Angels
Church of Saint Mary of the Angels
This church is divided up into two naves
15 minutes