Caltabellotta Vacation Packages
Caltabellotta isn't the only place in this popular region worth seeing; travelers can also take a day trip or two to experience the special qualities of the nearby countryside, cities and cultural attractions. While in the region, visit the Church of Maria Santissima del Soccorso and Castle of the Counts Luna in Sciacca, approximately 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the northeast of Caltabellotta.
Rent a vehicle and spend some time in Agrigento, a transport and retail hub for the area, located some 25 miles (40 kilometers) away from Caltabellotta. This bigger city offers plenty of points of interest, such as Temple of Olympian Zeus, Sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone and Temple of Juno Lacinia. If you still have time left, why not stop by Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Greci, Abbazia di Santo Spirito and Agrigento Town Hall before you return to Caltabellotta.
If you're looking for indoor entertainment, you can't do better than Sicily's mansions, art galleries and theaters. These are great places to to learn a little about the region's culture and pick up an unusual memento. Take a trip to Sicily's historically significant old towns, it's an excellent way to explore the region's rich history.
Winter is a great time to go to this area. Pull on your woollens and have a go at some of the wintersports here. Try snowboarding or skiing. Should you hear the call of the great outdoors, do as the locals do and spend a few hours horse riding and rock climbing.
As your adventures here draw to a close, spend your last euros on last-minute keepsakes and say Ciao to the interesting people you've met and the places you've enjoyed.
Accommodation in Caltabellotta
Expedia's Caltabellotta hotels guide currently has few available short and long stay accommodation options, so it's a good idea to visit it at this very moment to secure a place that best suits your needs.
Caltabellotta accommodation options include: the Le Zarafe, Le Querce and Le Foglie d'Argento.