Segesta Erice and Salt Pans Full Day Excursion Discover 3 of the most beautiful sites of Western Sicily: Segesta, Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani and the Mediavial hill-top town of Erice.This itinerary is always popular with clients from all over the world. It is a stress-free day that gives you a little idea of Sicily in just one day.Visit three different sight: Segesta, an archaeological site; Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani, that show you the Sicilian coast with its b...

Discover 3 of the most beautiful sites of Western Sicily: Segesta, Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani and the Mediavial hill-top town of Erice.This itinerary is always popular with clients from all over the world. It is a stress-free day that gives y

Private Shore Excursion: Segesta and Erice from Trapani This private shore excursion, departing from Trapani, provides a great overview of Sicily. Relax on a scenic drive through the Sicilian countryside to reach Segesta, a well-preserved Greek archaeological site that has inspired generations of travelers and artists. Next, explore the medieval town of Erice where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Tripani, its salt flats and the Egadi Islands. Pricing is per vehicle with a ma...

This private shore excursion, departing from Trapani, provides a great overview of Sicily. Relax on a scenic drive through the Sicilian countryside to reach Segesta, a well-preserved Greek archaeological site that has inspired generations of traveler

https://flic.kr/p/QaZjv8 | Segesta, Sicily: Greek Temple | Segesta was one of the major cities of the Elymians, a people indigenous to Sicily. The Doric temple was built around 420 BCE; it probably was designed by an Athenian architect and therefore looks just like a Greek temple. Its base, which was built on a platform three steps high, measures 21 by 56 meters, and it has a total of 36 columns--six on the narrow sides and fourteen on the long sides. There is no evidence that there ever…

https://flic.kr/p/QaZjv8 | Segesta, Sicily: Greek Temple | Segesta was one of the major cities of the Elymians, a people indigenous to Sicily. The Doric temple was built around 420 BCE; it probably was designed by an Athenian architect and therefore looks just like a Greek temple. Its base, which was built on a platform three steps high, measures 21 by 56 meters, and it has a total of 36 columns--six on the narrow sides and fourteen on the long sides. There is no evidence that there ever…

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