Sud Marmi owns two quarries situated in Bellanova and Viscardo districts, both in Custonaci area, Trapani (Italy). Thanks to advanced machinery and workers' great experience, the quarries can provide fine marbles, like Perlato di Sicilia and several types of Perlatino, such as the well known Cremino type.
Furthermore, the company owns most of the area where the deposits of Diaspro di Sicilia marble are situated. Also known as Libeccio Antico, this marble was one of the main protagonists of Italian Baroque. It has been largely used to build many churches and chapels of that period, such as Casa Professa church in Palermo and St Peter Basilica in Rome.