Baglio Làuria is an ancient hermitage belonged to the Franciscan monks situated on an upland 300 metres above sea level, in the municipality of Campobello di Licata (Agrigento). It was purchased by our ancestor, Paul Làuria, in the second half of the nineteenth century, after the Italian Unification. The farm, of about 50 acres, was initially addressed to the cereal-livestock production, but now is cultivated with vineyards and olive groves; from these, we get a great extra-virgin oil used in the preparation of the dishes and offered to all our guests. Our property, with its eighteenth-century origins, was carefully restored and now is used to receive everyone who needs some rest deep in the sunny Sicilian countryside and wants to enjoy the island’s traditional cuisine.
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