Camilleri, Sciascia, Pirandello. And then Tomasi di Lampedusa, Russello and Rosso di San Secondo. They are the writers who wrote about Sicily, its people, its cities, its landscapes. And some of their works have revived some places, attracting tourists from all over the world. Today, a road connects all those places that have become legendary thanks to their successful novels.
It is the S.S. 640 (Strada Statale) that goes from Caltanissetta to Porto Empedocle, passing through Racalmuto, Favara and Agrigento and flows next to the Valley of the Temples, along the locations lived by the great authors, realities rich in art, monuments, gastronomy and natural and archaeological wonders in a unique route made up of theatres, castles, palaces, museums.