A tranquil, laid back atmosphere attract those in search of a peaceful, pretty setting. Giuseppe Salerno, the cripple of Gangi, and Gaspare Vazan, both 17th century painters, came from the town.
The attractive Chiesa Madre
deserves a visit. Its Last Judgment
painted in the first half of the 17th century steals all the attention.
Those lucky enough to be able to visit the town on the second Sunday of August for the Sagra delle Spighe
will enjoy a lively celebration which fills the town with gold as ears of wheat adorn every wall and street. The festival dates back to the Greek times when it was part of the cult of Demeter.
Petralia Sottana the entrance to the beautiful Parco Naturale Regionale delle Madonie
is only 12 km from Gangi. It is a recommended trip for nature lovers.Where to Eat
The restaurant at Casale Villa Raino
on Contrada Raino is highly popular for its excellent quality dishes. How to Get to/from
BY BUS: from Gangi to Enna, calling at Calascibetta and Sperlinga (duration: 2 hours, services 1 a day-Mon-Sat).
BY CAR: go along the SS120 from Nicola or from the Tyrrhenian coast.