Secret Hotels of Sicily

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The main doorway of Tenuta di Roccadia, an agriturismo converted from an abandoned 19th-century farm. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
A doorway within Tenuta di Roccadia, whose 25 guest rooms have wooden furnishings and wrought-iron bed frames. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
Tenuta di Roccadia's pool is set among almond trees and olive and citrus groves. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
From Villa Cefala, a view of the coastline and the town of Cefalu, just visible in the lower righthand corner. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
The dining room at Monaco di Mezzo, where meals showcase organic products from the working farm. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
Villa Cefala's guests can relax at tables and chairs under olive trees--and overlooking olive groves. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
The entrance to one of seven comfy cottages at Villa Cefala. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
There are pathways and hiking trails in the hills surrounding Tenuta di Roccadia. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
One of nine rustic rooms (and six rambling apartments) at Monaco di Mezzo, located near the pastel hill town of Resuttano. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)
The exterior of agriturismo Casale del Principe, a former monastery about a half-hour drive south of Palermo. (Photo: Raymond Patrick)

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