Bring your appetite and head to the Farm Cultural Park in Favara midmorning. This new art collective near Agrigento has reenergized an old neighborhood with lively modern art galleries, gardens, and event spaces. Voted one of the world’s top contemporary art destinations by the British Purple Travel Blog, it makes a perfect place to explore the convergence of old and new in Sicily.
Enjoy a welcome snack and drink made from fresh-squeezed lemons, and then roll up your sleeves and tie on an apron for a lesson in authentic Sicilian cooking. Using only the freshest local, organic and seasonal ingredients, help prepare three delicious dishes following traditional recipes and cooking techniques.
Head inside the museum’s edgy ‘N’zemmula black space’ to enjoy the homemade feast along with a selection of local wines and seasonal fruit. Check out the rest of the Farm Cultural Park during time to explore current exhibits at the art gallery, a peaceful garden, and a vintage-style shop. It's a unique and immersive way to explore Sicily's Old World cuisine along with its modern-day cultural resurgence.