Valguarnera Caropepe includes impressive archaeological findings dating back to the Roman period.
The tiny village of Valguarnera Caropepe rises on the top of the Erei mountains and it was founded by Giovanni Valguarnera in 1549. The most important attractions of the village are the Floristella Grottacalda Park which includes the village of Enna, Valguarnera, Aidone and Piazza Armerina. Here visitors can discover impressive archaeological findings dating back to the Roman period such as Villa del Casale and the ruins of Morgntina. The Church of San Giuseppe; the Mother Church, dedicated to the Patron Saint San Cristoforo, is considered a very well preserved example of Sicilian Baroque church.
People live here:
Festa di San Giuseppe, traditional holy festivities
How to get there:
Get on A19 Palermo – Catania, exit Mulinello and continue on SP 7a/SP7a, exit Valguarnera Caropepe
Hotel Riviera 3 *
Hotel Federico II 4 *
B&B Il Castello
B&B La Casa del Poeta
B&B Villa Casablanca
Country House Bannata
Country House Baglio Pollicarini
Osteria al Canale
Pizzeria Il PeperoncinoAddress: Via Plebiscito 2/4, 94019 Valguarnera Caropepe, Enna, Sicilia, Italia