A superb doric temple dated back to the fifth century BC and framed into a scenery, as wildish as evocative; a theatre of Hellenic era, clinging up Monte Barbaro, with its audotorium partially digged in the rock and overlying a cave, sacred and misterious; a more ancient temple!
Segesta – ph. Paolo Barone
Sites of extraordinary archeological interest and caves which seems to represent a “factory” of temples: this is Segesta, which holds arabic and normans evidences.
Did you know, after a legend, it was founded by Enea, to let rest aged people and “rebellious” women? And, that it was known as Diceopoli, city of justice?
Teatro di Segesta – ph. Paolo Barone
At the end of the full immersion within nature and culture, after have been back into Middle Ages visiting the charming castle, please yourself with a bath in the warm and clear water of Castellamare del Golfo.
Whisper to your palate words such: ricotta cascatelle, pork ragù busiate, elimi caciotta, oranges and prickly pears….
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Mappa dei Musei e Parchi archeologici regionali in Sicilia