Selinunte

& Olive Farm

This tour takes you into a less known part of Sicily, the southwestern area. It is also called the “Sicilian Tuscany”. The island is renowned for the many outstanding wines and excellent olive oil. Some of them produced in this area which is also famous for a great wine and olive oil production. But also for archeological marvel, the soft hilly landscape and pleasant sandy beaches.

Shore Excursion Program

Starting time subject to ship arrival

from Trapani Port

Pick up at the port by your private Guide Driver. Next board a Premium Mercedes Minivan and take a scenic drive (1h) through a landscape where wonderful olive orchards and vineyards are everywhere. 

Starting time subject to ship arrival
Visit/Tasting 1h

Olive Farm

Visit an Organic Olive Farm (USDA/National Organic Program) in the Belice Valley. The prestigious “Nocellara del Belice” olive variety has been grown here for centuries. An unrepeatable combination of the local soil and microclimate gives origin to DOP certified table olives and extra-virgin olive oil. 

Visit/Tasting 1h
Visit 1h/Lunch

Archeological Marvel

In SELINUNTE you will see the Eastern Hill with three temples, and other interesting excavations dating back to the 7th century B. C. The archeological marvel of this site includes several temples and part of the excavated ancient city. Amazing ruins more than 2500 years old and a beautiful landscape next to the sea.

Visit 1h/Lunch
Drive back to Palermo 1.5h

Drop off at the port

Drive back to Palermo 1.5h

Tour Price from €160*

What’s Included

English speaking Guide Driver
Private Guided Tour inside Archeological Area
Oil Tasting at the Olive Farm
Private Transport by Premium Mercedes Minivan
Pick up/Drop off at the Port
Parking/Highway Fees

What’s Extra

Admission fees
Meals & Beverages

Tour Details

Duration: 6/7 Hours
Culture
Shore Excursion
Moderate
Friendly: No
*Price varies by group size

Selinunte is one of the most evocative places in Sicily. Also one of the most impressive of all Greek sites. Never having been built over in modern times. In the 5th Century BC it was second only to Syracuse. The archeological marvel of this site includes several temples. Part of the excavated ancient city, amazing ruins more than 2500 years old. In addition to a beautiful landscape next to the sea. It is also the most important archaeological site of the Mediterranean. Here it is possible to gather the most information’s and materials about the meeting between two cultures: Greeks and Phoenicians.

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