Sciacca film Festival is an international competition held annually in the beautiful setting of Badia Grande, Sciacca. The purpose of the festival is to promote and foster the dissemination of Cinema as an art form, a means of exploring reality and sharing cultural diversity.
The Gospel of the Nativity of the Child Jesus told through theater, dance, music, song and gastronomy. The event will take place in the Contemplative House of Naro, which will host the reproduction of characteristic domestic settings and ancient craft workshops, retracing the highlights of the Nativity.
On Feb. 25 each year, Agrigento comes together to celebrate the city's patron saint, St. Gerlando. To mark the occasion, participants will join the evocative procession of the relics.
Agrigento in celebration of the anticipation of spring with the blossoming of the almond trees and the rejoicing in the return of life: the Almond Blossom Festival is a feast of local folklore, a festival that will feature a series of performances by groups through the city streets, evening torchlight processions, music performances and tastings of typical Sicilian dishes.
The Carnival of Sciacca 2024, one of the most anticipated and colorful events in the region, is preparing to amaze once again with a parade of spectacular floats to celebrate Carnival.
In Agrigento, in San Biagio Platani, it is customary to set up the splendid natural arches with colors and decorations reminiscent of Spanish rule to frame the Easter Day meeting between the simulacra of the Risen Christ and the Virgin Mary.
Renamed the City of Temples for its numerous Doric temples and described by Pindar as 'the most beautiful city of mortals', Agrigento is rich in history and culture.