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A Sicilian hideaway that offers a break with Italian tradition

Slow Food and Moroccan influences on Sicily

A Sicilian hideaway that offers a break with Italian tradition

January 16 2011
Maria Shollenbarger

In the south-west of Sicily, the sweetly unpretentious Casa Talia (www.casatalia.it; from £120) on the outskirts of Modica boasts that most compulsory of agriturismo credentials – a Slow Food affiliation – but otherwise breaks vibrantly with Italian tradition to offer exotic, utterly private rooms merging contemporary design and Moroccan medina accents.

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Hotels, Sicily, Italy