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Agrigento’s old town
A walk through the small arabesque streets of Agrigento, visiting the Cathedral and Beautiful Chirches, the courtyards which inspired writers like Luigi Pirandello, Andrea camilleri and many more, with the opportunity to personalize the itinerary depending on your interests.
Archaeological Park Of The Valley Of The Temples
Declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 1997.
When you arrive in this beautiful Valley of the temples Liz will you greet you and make you fall in love with “The most beautiful mortal’s city” visiting the temples of Hera, Concordia, Ercole, the ruins of asclepio’s temple (God of Medicine), the largest western Doric temple., Zeus, and the Dioscuri’s Temple.
Atrip to discover the beautiful Arab-Norman buildings as well as a very picturesque ancient romantic port. Sciacca is only 45 minutes away from agrigento.
Home to a spectacular Archaic Doric temple and the restored Greek theatre.
On the extreme western side of the island near trapani, the beautiful timeless city of Erice, with its Phoenician, Roman, Arab and Norman history.
Luigi Pirandello birthplace
The house were Luigi Pirandello was born is in the countryside overhanging the beautiful beach, the area is called “Caos” and is between Agrigento (4 km) and Porto Empedocle. It is aesily reached traveling along the road S/S 115 towards Villasetta.
In Agrigento’s port, Porto Empedocle, you can feel the atmosphere that inspired the stories of the famous writer from Agrigento Andrea Camilleri in his novels he writes about the “Commissario Montalbano” here you can visit the settings described in his novels.
Regional archaeological museum “Pietro Griffo”
Agrigento is home to various arcaeological state, civic and diocesan objets, which is very important in the understanding of the history of the city of Agrigento and surrounding areas. The architecture and museografic arrangement of the museum was developed by the architect Franco Minissi.
Wonderfully located on the Mediterranean coast, this important ancient greek city, built by the “Megara Iblea” settlers.
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