Province of Caltanissetta

Campofranco was founded in 1537 by Don Giovanni del Campo.

Thanks to its fertile environment the village of Campofranco was soon populated by farmers and artisans who built the current old town centre. This village is well known for the presence of the Gallo D’Oro river and its Nature Reserve.

The most important monuments of the village are:

the Church of San Francesco;

the Mother Church, dedicated to San Giovanni Evangelista, was built in 1575 by Giovanni Dei Campo with a Neoclassical style;

the Church of Santa Maria dell’Itria includes impressive Neoclassical stuccos and decorations;

Close to the village it is possible to visit the Mount Conca Nature Reserve which was established in 1995 to protect the Karst territory of the area and its prominent vegetation.

People live here:



Festa di San Calogero, holy festivity

Sagra dei Pupi di Pane, traditional food festival

How to get there:

By Car:

From Caltanissetta

From Palermo

Get on SS189 Palermo-Agrigento, exit Capofranco

From Agrigento

Get on SS189 to Palermo and exit Campofranco

From Caltanissetta

Get on SV Caltanissetta-Agrigento, exit Palermo-Aragona and then follow SS189 to Palermo, exit Campofranco

By Train:

From Palermo Central Station and Agrigento Station


B&B Piazza

Country House Monte Caccione

Country House Monticelli

Bed & Breakfast Poggio Accogliente


Agriturismo Monte Caccione

Agriturismo Monticelli



San Leone

Porto Empedocle