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Any visitor to Sicily should make sure not to pass up the chance to visit the strange and beautiful city of Noto, appearing like a classical mirage out of the dusty foothills of the island’s south east corner. And if you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint while you’re there, perhaps a stay at the 19th century Villadorata ‘luxury ethical energy farm’ – sat on a 22ha estate entirely devoted to organic farming methods – might be on the cards.

Meanwhile, in the new restaurant, check out the green wall and unit surfaces in Verderame from Laminam’s Ossido range. 



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