LIVING LIKE A SICILIAN NOBLE by Catherine Sabino

There are few better ways to experience an authentic, if rarified, Sicily than with a stay at one of its extraordinary historic properties, many still owned and lived in by the aristocrats whose families have called them home for centuries. Some titled families are opening properties for the first time, broadening their rental portfolios or refurbishing and expanding apartments within their sprawling palaces. Rentals, which can range from a palace pied-à-terre to a palatial countryside estate, run from the exceptionally affordable to the five-figure weekly fees one would associate with summer in the Hamptons or the South of France.

 

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