Archeological Sites in Sicily

Selinunte

selinunte

Selinunte is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating and famous archaeological sites in Sicily. Set in a secluded position on the west coast, between Mazara del Vallo and Sciacca, The Archaeological Park of Selinunte is an exciting example of Greek civilization in Sicily.

Segesta

Epoca Classica Sicilia

The archaeological site of Segesta is one of the most valuable historic sites in Sicily. A center from  ancient origins, the historical rival of Selinunte is located in the western part of the island.

Mozia

mozia

The island of Mozia still retains important traces of its glorious past, which ranks as the archaeological site of the highest interest in the Sicilian landscape.

Pantalica

Pantalica

Pantalica, about 40 km from Syracuse, is one of the most important archaeological sites in Sicily.

Monte Adranone

Monte Adranone

Inhabited by people of Sicily in prehistoric times of which traces of dwellings were founded, the summit of Mount Adranone was chosen by settlers from Selinunte as an ideal place of settlement becoming a strategic military outpost, Adranon.

Eraclea Minoa

Eraclea Minoa

An archaeological site of extraordinary cultural value, Eraclea Minoa matches the charm of the myth of the natural beauty of southern Sicily.  

Morgantina

Morgantina

A few kilometers from the city of Aidone is the archaeological site of Morgantina, among the most important of Sicily albeit little known to many. 

Solunto

Solunto

An archaeological site of great historical interest, a few kilometers from Bagheria, the major site of Solunto, has recently become an Archaeological Park.

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