The Perfect Mix For First-Timers

Visit the temple and theater in Segesta and the medieval town of Erice on this private tour. The medieval settlements of Erice and Segesta rank among the top sites in western Sicily. Enjoy uninterrupted views in Erice and along the Gulf of Castellammare on a round-trip travel from your Palermo hotel included.

Segesta according to the traditional legend had a Trojan origin. It is located on the isolated hill called Barbaro and washed by the river Crimiso, nearby Calatafimi. The well preserved temple was built in the late 5th century BC. – A visit to Segesta, which has inspired generations of travelers and artists, is an experience you cannot miss. Visit the site with your guide, and uncover thousands of years of Sicilian history regarding the Temple and Theatre in Segesta.

What to expect

Start at 8.30AM – Drive 1h 15min

from Palermo

Pick up at your hotel by your private Guide Driver.

Visit 2h

Temple & Theater

Enjoy a pleasant drive along the beautiful north coast passing the Gulf of Castellammare. And the wine producing area of “Bianco d’Alcamo”, a well known white wine. In SEGESTA we’ll visit the Greek temple and the theatre. Both are embedded within a wonderful countryside.

Drive 45min – Visit 1.5h – Lunch Break

The Medieval Town on the Hill

Just driving up to ERICE is worth the trip! A stroll trough the cobblestoned streets of the medieval town will take us to the public garden. It is located nearby the ruins of the Norman castle. The sight from here is stunning. It is not just the views, however that brings people here since the quaint cobblestone streets have their own unique appeal.

Drive back 1h 45min

to Palermo

Drop off at your hotel.

What’s Included

Guided Tours inside Archeological Areas and Towns
English speaking local Guide Driver
Private Transport by Premium Mercedes Minivan
Pick up/Drop off at the Hotel
Parking/Highway Fees

What’s Extra

Admission fees
Meals & Beverages

Erice is just about 2400 feet above sea level. Cool even in a hot Sicilian summer. It offers on clear days magnificent views. According to Thucydides, it was a city like no other. A sacred place dedicated to the goddess of love and fecundity. Aphrodite for the Greeks, Venus for the Romans. The town overlooks nearby Trapani and the salt flats with its characteristic old windmills.

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