Welcome to InspectorMontabanoSicily.com. This is the “About Us” section. You are on this site because we have something in common! Montalbano TV series, as well as Andrea Camilleri’s books, caught our attention!
About This Blog
This blog is THE online resource for tourists visiting Sicily, Italy, and surrounding areas, searching for how to get to famous films and TV series filming locations on this island, such as Inspector Montalbano (Il Commissario Montalbano), The Godfather, The White Lotus Season 2, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, The Palermo Connection, Cinema Paradiso, Stromboli, the Italian comedian films by Salvatore Ficarra and Valentino Picone, etc.
About Us: We are Joe and Giulia, husband and wife, authors of this blog. As fans of the Inspector Montalbano TV series and Andrea Camilleri’s books, we visited Italy a few years ago. We were motivated to learn about Montalbano’s Sicily. We fell in love with Sicily, and we stayed to live in Ragusa. Why Ragusa? It is easy to fall in love with the city where Salvo Montalbano grew up, to enjoy walking through the streets with its baroque art, to taste the Sicilian cuisine, and to enjoy the proximity of the best beaches of Sicily (Marina di Ragusa, Scoglitti, Cefalù, etc.).
All Montalbano filming locations are real, can be visited, and are located in the province of Ragusa, in Sicily! We are Joe (in Italian, Giuseppe) and Giulia (from Italy), and we invite you to discover Montalbano’s Sicily through our blog.
On this website, we show you which are the filming locations of Montalbano’s episodes and how to get there and visit them in person! We explain how to get (and sleep) in Montalbano’s house. How to get to the police station in Vigata (Vigàta), and all the locations that are familiar to you from the episodes.
Also, there is a section including FAQs from our readers asking about both Camilleri’s books and the TV series episodes.
You will find a section with Inspector Montalbano’s recipes and his favourite food recipes (like the famous Montalbano Pasta Ncasciata Recipe) and traditional Sicilian dishes (like Arancini Sicilian Rice Balls, caponata, cannoli, focaccia, cornetto, granita, ragù, pasta with broccoli, etc.).
We know that the TV series Inspector Montalbano has different names depending on the country. Inspector Montalbano (UK), Detective Montalbano (USA), or Il Commissario Montalbano (Italy), El Comisario Montalbano (Spain), Commissaire Montalbano (France), etc.). That’s why on this site we include the information searched in other countries in our home section with a main menu in Español, Italiano, Français, English, etc.
Finally, we explain how and where to watch Inspector Montalbano online (English), and in Spanish from in different countries.
If you are traveling to Sicily, you will find precious information to visit the filming locations of Inspector Montalbano and the hometown of the writer of this exciting police story, Andrea Camilleri.
Here, you’ll find how to get to the filming locations, updates on the release of episodes, explanations regarding how and where to watch episodes and seasons, original Sicilian recipes and cooking tips, and holiday ideas to plan your best vacation ever.
Moreover, this blog connects people who share the same passion all over the world. Passionate for books and detective novels. Passionate for movies and TV series. Eager to travel and learn about different cultures through the cinema, local traditional food, festivities, etc.
At Inspector Montalbano Sicily, we aspire to provide the highest quality content produced by humans, for humans. Although AI (artificial intelligence) may be beneficial for different purposes, it is against our goals to publish automatically generated content using AI (artificial intelligence) writing tools like ChatGPT. Our readers are human! We like to give our readers original photos of our trips and tell them how we got to each place and how to load it into their GPS.
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