Things to do, things to see
A visitor’s guide to the Valley of the Temples and Agrigento:designed and operated by a group of tour guides who have been working for over twenty years to make the cultural, archaeological and environmental heritage of the city and the province known throughout the world.
Agrigento / Akragas
All the information you need to visit the Valley of the Temples and Agrigento:history, temples and monuments to visit, nature reserves and beaches, guided tours, opening hours, entrance tickets, parking lots, useful numbers for tourists
Visit Agrigento, Visit Sicily
Plan your trip to Agrigento and Sicily with us!All the useful tips you need: how to get here, what to do, where to eat, where to sleep. Recurring events and local festivals. Holiday packages by hotels, travel agencies and local tour operators.
The Valley of the Temples
Discovering the Valley of the Temples, one of the most extensive, representative, and best-preserved archaeological sites of classical Greek civilization, granted Unesco World Heritage status in 1997. > The archaeological area corresponds to the remains of the ancient Akragas, the original nucleus of modern Agrigento. Along a rocky scarp, chosen as the southern limit of the town, are still sited the great Doric temples dedicated to the gods. Within the area of the ancient city, there is also the Pietro Griffo Regional Archaeological Museum, which houses 5688 finds that illustrate the history of the territory from prehistory to the end of the Greco-Roman age.
Between sea and land
0 friends, ye who inhabit the great city of sacred Akragas up to the acropolis, whose care is good deeds, who harbour strangers deserving of respect, who know not how to do baseness, hail! I go about among you an immortal god, no longer a mortal, honoured by all, as is fitting, crowned with fillets and luxuriant garlands…
Plan your trip
All the information and tips you need to make the most of your holiday in Sicily: how to get here, what to do, where to eat, where to sleep, recurring events, and local festivals. Our recommendations: Day-trips, hotels and restaurants, travel deals, and package holidays by hotels, travel agencies, and local tour operators.