Vallelunga Pratameno is a tiny village which is famous for its Wheat festival.
Vallelunga Pratameno has ancient origins dating back to the Bronze Age, the current town centre was founded in 1623 by Pietro Marino. The most important monument of the village is the Mother Church, built in 1634 by Don Pietro Marino with a wonderful Neo-Gothic facade characterised by a bright pink colour. The church has a Latin Cross plan and three naves, including impressive stuccos and golden decorations from 1838.
People live here:
Festa di Santa Maria di Loreto, holy festivity
Sagra del Grano, food festival (18-19/07)
How to get there:
Get on SS189 to Agrigento, exit Manganario. Take SS121 Roccapalumba-Alia-Valledolmo.
Get on SS189 to Palermo, exit Tumarrano. Take SP232 to Vallelunga.
Get on A19 Palermo-Catania, exit Resuttano. Take SP19, Strada Provinciale 121/SP121, Strada Provinciale 112/SP112 and SS121 to Via Francesco Crispi in Vallelunga Pratameno.
Take Strada Provinciale 155/SP155, Strada Provinciale 44/SP44, SP42 and SS121 to Via Giuseppe Garibaldi in Vallelunga Pratameno.
Get trains Palermo – Catania, stop Vallelunga
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