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On a recent trip to Sicily, our travel agent, LaRosa Works, booked a lunch for us at Gangivecchio.Acquired by the Tornabene family of Palermo in 1856, Gangivecchio became a working farm and private summer residence for the family. After more than 100 years of relative...More
I have enjoyed Giovanna's books for many years and finally got to meet her and attend her class ... it was magic! Of course she is knowledgeable and talented but beyond that Giovanna is warm and inspiring ... I shall not forget a single detail...More
We stayed here and also attended a cooking lesson. The B&B itself is in a rural setting. Beautiful but isolated. Setting and lodging (simple accommodations) feels as if you're at a retreat . Giovanna is an outstanding, outstanding cook! (Speaks most excellent English, as well.)...More
We did not stay at this residence. We only attended the cooking lesson and lunch experience.
I bought my foodie loving wife the cooking lesson and lunch experience at Gangivecchio as part of her birthday present while touring Sicily. She was enthralled by the experience....More
I have been in the restaurant in Gangivecchio 5 times. I have eated 4 times in the rooms inside the old abbay (wonderful!) and once in the new B&B.
The old abbay is the most beautiful location where I have eaten. All the place is...More