Comitini is the smallest town in the Province area of Agrigento on the way to Palermo.
There live only 1000 people.
The town was founded in 1627 by Gastone Bellacera.
The economy is based mainly on agriculture. In the past most of its inhabitants used to work in the sulphur mines. Since when the mines were closed many people were compelled to emigrate.
The most important religious feast of Favara is dedicated to Saint Anthony and it takes place in June.
The Easter Lamb Fair is the most important local fair. It takes place during the holy week and it is dedicated to a local dish, that is a marzipan lamb stuffed with pistachio.
Is dedicated to Saint Jacob, the patron Saint of Comitini
Dates from the 17th century. According to tradition it is inhabited by the ghost of the king Frederick Aragona.
Now it is the seat of the Town Hall.
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