Corleone is framed by a stunning natural environment from which it is possible to discover a waterfall called Cascata delle due Rocce.
Corleone has ancient origins dating back to the first phase of the Neolithic in the sixth millennium BC. It is located in a valley protected by limestone cliffs, here the environment creates a wonderful scenery with the Castello Soprano and the remains of an ancient Saracen watchtower. From this point it is possible to admire a waterfall called Cascata delle due Rocce that creates a lake surrounded by the ruins of an Arab aqueduct. The Gole del Drago is a very fascinating location, where the limestone rocks create suggestive and sinuous shapes and the water flows into small waterfalls. Moreover, Corelone has many beautiful churches to visit like Chiesa Madre which shows many important masterpieces created by Sicilian artists. Near the village it also is possible to arrange lots of natural excursions to discover the forest of Ficuzza, Rocca Busambra and the Gole del Drago.
People live here:
Cascata delle Due Rocche, waterfall
Gole del Drago, Karst caves
How to get there:
SS 624 Palermo-Sciacca, exit San Cipirello, and then Corleone (Strada Provinciale 4 e 2).
A19 Catania-Palermo exit Agrigento, S.S. 118 exit Corleone.
Agrigento-Palermo exit Lercara Friddi, S.S. 118 direction Filaga (bivio) and Prizzi (bivio) exit Corleone.
A29 Trapani-Palermo exit Partinico, Strada Provinciale n.4 to S. Giuseppe Jato and then Strada Provinciale n.2 to Corleone.
Leon d’oro Hotel 3*
Hotel Belvedere 3*
SP80, 90034 Corleone PA
Ph.+39 091 846 4000
Country House Casa mia
B&B Il Gattopardo 3*
Contrada S.Ippolito Corleone
Mobile: +39 338 500 6624
Ph. 091 8467529
Ph. 091 8464767