Namely the Wild Thyme Satra, which grows abundantly on the Hyblaean coastal dunes in July, with its purple-pink flowers, and has a fragrance vaguely reminiscent of oregano.
Sciala is a fascinating place.
The structure comprises three rooms restored and furnished with natural and typical Sicilian materials. Everywhere there is a Mediterranean atmosphere, experienced through sensations and colors, from West to East.
Namely the Basil, sweet-scented plant
Namely the Basil, sweet-scented plant, from the Greek word basilikos meaning “Herb worthy of a King”. It is not only a kingly plant but also a plant of love and passion.
the Laurel has a special role as symbol
Sicily is rich in events, especially those in the religious field, related to the laurel throughout the year. Sacred tree to the Greeks and Romans and plant used for poets and emperors, the laurel was considered from the Greek as the tree of Apollo.