Nestled in the heart of Sicily, Caltanissetta Province is a region renowned for its cultural heritage and agricultural importance.
Home to over 260,000 inhabitants, its history is intertwined with ancient civilizations, including Greek, Roman, and Arab influences. The province is famous for its fertile plains, producing a variety of crops, notably almonds and cereals.
Caltanissetta is also known for its historic landmarks, such as the Castello di Pietrarossa and the Cathedral of Santa Maria la Nova.
Provincia di Caltanissetta
Neighbouring provinces: Metropolitan City of Palermo, Agrigento, Enna, Ragusa, Metropolitan City of Catania