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The Flower Festival in Noto is called Inforiata in Italian. Inforiata festivals are held throughout Italy, but the one in Noto on Sicily is one of the best. That is
The Flower Festival in Noto is called Inforiata in Italian. Inforiata festivals are held throughout Italy, but the one in Noto on Sicily is one of the best. That is because the flower designs in the streets are the most elaborate and the surrounding activities plentiful.
The Flower Festival in Noto is an annual event held in the third week of May. A couple of months before the festival they will choose a theme, so the artists can start working on their designs. On Friday evening they will start making the outlines of their designs which they will fill with thousands of flower petals during the night.
By Saturday morning the streets of Noto are filled with a carpet of colorful and aromatic flowers with intricate designs. But that’s not all. There are plenty of other activities like exhibitions, food- and wine tasting, guided tours, and concerts.
One of the highlights of the festival is the baroque historical parade. This parade is a display of the long history of the town. It is held on Sunday around 5 pm.
may 14 (Friday) - 16 (Sunday)
Via Corrado Nicolaci 20, 96017
The Cous Cous Fest in Sicily is an annual food festival which is held in the small seaside town of San Vito Lo Capo. When you think of Cous
The Cous Cous Fest in Sicily is an annual food festival which is held in the small seaside town of San Vito Lo Capo. When you think of Cous Cous, Italy is not the first to come to mind. But Cous Cous is actually a local dish of San Vito Lo Capo and traditionally served with fish.
The festival will be held every year at the end of September. It is one of the most popular festivals of Sicily with over 250.000 visitors every year. During 10 days there will be music, markets, talk shows, a food market, food tasting and entertainment for children.
One of the most important parts of the festival is the cooking competition. In this competition, nine chefs from nine different countries will compete against each other to become the best Cous Cous chef of the festival. The winner will be selected by the public and a professional jury.
During the ten days, you can try a different style of Cous Cous every day at the Gastronomic Village. There will be various types of Cous Cous from all over the world.
september 17 (Friday) - 26 (Sunday)
San Vito Lo Capo
Piazza Santuario, 91010, San Vito Lo Capo TP, Italia