The house is located in Bisacquino, a small town in the Sicilian hinterland, in the province of Palermo with 4 399 inhabitants. It is about 80 km from Palermo and about 30 km from the sea (Sciacca or Menfi). Bisacquino lies on the west side of Mount Triona at 740 m above sea level. The current urban aspect is extremely picturesque and evocative. The streets of the historic center are narrow, winding, and some lead into alleys and courtyards; there is the presence of numerous arches and several votive chapels in glazed clay of the Neapolitan school or of popular art dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries. The water-rich country where fountains and drinks could not be missing. The arches, the drinking halls, the courtyards, the recently redeveloped votive chapels make a fine show of themselves, because they have been restored to their ancient splendor.