In the northeast region of Sicily, Italy, is a small prehistoric town called Troina, which boasts all the trappings of, well, a small prehistoric town. There’s a crumbled castle and vestiges of an ancient cemetery, walking trails once trod by shepherds, and cobblestone paths beneath arches. Summer brings fairs, festivals, and theater performances; and the stars, far from urban interference, shine extra bright. For anyone who dreams of settling in Sicily but isn’t quite so confident in their home improvement capabilities, Troina has already-inhabitable houses on the market, too. These also come with tax breaks and government grants, though most are listed for tens of thousands of dollars.