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Paid 24 euros for 2 to get in, another 24 euros for the bus, but the ticket staff were incapable of providing a single sided information sheet on the site in English or evrn Italian, we were surly told they had run out so...More
Its worth a visit. Beautifull temple. Amphitheatre from were you can see the all valley and the sea. Beautifull scenary. A private company settle nearby the main entrance will try to convince you to park your car 1km away and they will charge you 5...More
While a lot of Archeological sites are compromised by modern surroundings, this area rivals Segesta for beauty and unsullied romance of its setting. Edged by sea, its 8 ruined temples and acropolis occupy a lovely pastoral setting scattered with wildflowers, aromatic herbs and wild celery...More
We toured the agricultural park in Selinunte with Regina, a fantastic guide who can be reached through ToursByLocals.com. She met us at the park entrance and took us for a 2+ hour walk through an entrancing setting. It is not far from the sea and...More
Great place to visit to get a glimpse of lifestyle in Magna Grecia, the Greek colonies in southern Italy. Amazing place... most definitely worth a visit. If you want to get the most from this visit, I would suggest trekking shoes and plenty of water,...More
In the UK this would cost you 3 times as much but we were so pleasantly surprised at the cost of 6€, The best thing for us was that there were golf buggies to drive you around. Admittedly this cost quite a bit but as...More
If you are visiting this area in Sicily - this attraction is a must
Upon arrival just to marvel at the structures is enough. Breathtaking
The mistake we made was the timing - I would think either earliest as possible in the morning or at...More
All ruins have their story, but Selinunte is special not just due to the complicated invasions over hundreds of years, but it is right next to the sea and the sunset in Summer gives the columns and incredible orange glow. Highly recommend it!
Amazing place where you must have a stop before heading to The valley of the temples in Agrigento (if you're coming from Palermo or Trapani). The landscape is stunning, with the sea on one side and grape cultivation on the other side. Recommended.
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The website says it opens at 9 am and closes at 6 pm with the last entry at 5 pm. The site is very large but there is an internal golf cart taxi service between the various sites which is well worth using. The cost is 12... More
The website says it opens at 9 am and closes at 6 pm with the last entry at 5 pm. The site is very large but there is an internal golf cart taxi service between the various sites which is well worth using. The cost is 12 euros per person for 3 drop offs