Camporeale is a small agricultural center of the province of Palermo located in the eastern part of the Val di Mazara, straddling the two provinces of Palermo and Trapani, who fought over the fertile territory until 1954, year of the definitive passage to the administrative division of the regional capital of Sicily. A territory that rises in the Belice Valley, in an internal hilly area located at altitudes that reach 440 meters above sea level, surrounded by a chain of hills (Cozzo Cipolla, Cresta di San Cosimo and Spazzapignatte)which overlook the fertile Plain of Mandranova and defend it from the northern winds.
The name of Camporeale, comes from the Latin "campus regalis" and means "field worthy of a king".
Camporeale is not only famous for the high quality of the wine produced; this area is also known for the many companies specialized in solid wood processing derived from Swedish Oak and Pine, for the creation of doors and windows characterized by great strength and richness of details. But the whole area of the Belice Valley is characterized by architectural traditions and natural beauty.
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