Rome, the capital of Italy, is situated roughly 290 miles (467 kilometers) to the north of Corleone.
Don't just limit yourself to Corleone; this region contains a wealth of scenic and cultural attractions which await the savvy traveler. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Montevago, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northeast, and Partinico 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast.
While you are on holiday in Corleone, why not visit Palermo. Approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the north, this regional transport and shopping hub is where you'll find Renzo Barbera Stadium, Palace of the Normans (Palazzo dei Normanni) and Teatro Massimo. Make sure you don't head back to Corleone until you've visited Palermo's San Francesco d'Assisi Church, Church of the Jesus (Chiesa del Gesu) and Regional Gallery (Galleria Regionale della Sicilia).
If the weather isn't ideal, don't panic, Sicily boasts a range of art museums, art galleries and craft workshops, guaranteed to keep you and your family happily occupied. To get a real sense of a region, it often pays to understand the past. Sicily's evocative archeological sites are a great place to start.
Dig out your snow gear and enjoy skiing or cross-country skiing. These winter pastimes are popular with locals and visitors. Why not challenge yourself with a a completely different experience during your stay in the Sicily area, Go sky diving; you'll be talking about it for years.
As your time here draws to an end, spend your last euros on that last souvenir and say Ciao to the people you've enjoyed getting to know and the places you've enjoyed.