Farming is still a major economic resource for Palermo province. Tourism, thanks to the plenty of naturalistic, historical and cultural sites across the province, has much developed in the past decades. The wine industry is today as much important. Boasting an old tradition that is rooted in the Phoenecian occupation of the area in remotest times, it entered a period of alternate decline and revival under the Spanish. Most vineyards are located in the hilly hinterland, notably in the of San Cipirello and Ficuzza districts. Most of production consists of table wines.