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Because I had a tripod I was not allowed to take any photos, because it was assumed that if you have a tripod you must be a professional and need a permit. The Carabiniere who detained my was instructed to go by this guideline and...More
There was plenty of car parking when we visited and there are a few gift shops nearby alongside the public toilets. This is a large archaeological site, which is mostly ruins, but there are a few buildings and temples standing. There was plenty of information...More
Selinunte is one of the most interesting and best documented excavations of Sicily. The area is so vast since it includes an eastern hill with temples, the acropolis of the ancient city above the sea and a sanctuary tot the west. Furthermore there is a...More
Located in Sicily's far-southwest, the Greek temples at Selinunte see less tourism than the other major (Greek) archeological site at Agrigento. Selinunte is also close to the sea, with a beautiful panoramic vista. The seaside, though, portends the city's fate at the hands of the...More
The archaeological area is incredible. We were, seriously, twelve of 15 people at the site all day. I'd highly recommend taking the golf carts or it would be a significant hike to see everything. 7 euro per person for the carts. Weather was great and...More
You can spend there all day walking on a huge area and watching an old buildings. The views are great. Be carreful, because in summer there is no place without sun so it is hard. Take drinkable Waters because there is probably only one shop...More
Beautiful location along the sea. While the temples have not been restored as fully as at the Valley of the Temples, you are able to walk amongst the ruins and within one of the temples which has been partially restored. This coupled with fewer crowds...More
The site is astoundingly beautiful with the huge columns, the temples, the ruins lying across the fields and the views of the water. You can actually walk through the temples, stepping back in time in awe of how they were... More
The site is astoundingly beautiful with the huge columns, the temples, the ruins lying across the fields and the views of the water. You can actually walk through the temples, stepping back in time in awe of how they were constructed. Reading beforehand and afterwards should be enough. We were there in June and I highly recommend hats and sunscreen and lots of water!