Tour from Palermo to Segesta, Erice, Trapani and salt pans

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Visit with us the most beautiful and rich places of western Sicily, you will discover unique lands and views. The beauty of archaeological sites and medieval villages will take you back to the past, discovering timeless landscapes, scents and sounds. We start from the archaeological site of Segesta, where history and myth come together, home of the majestic Doric temple and ancient theater. We continue with Erice, a medieval village, on the summit of Mount San Giuliano, whose walk offers every glimpse of history and unique atmospheres. Coming down from the hill we conclude with the Saline di Nubia, its museum houses the old instruments of the millenary salt cultivation.

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Stop At: Parco Archeologico

The Archaeological Park of Segesta is a place where you can admire what is considered one of the most fascinating and mysterious Temples of Magna Grecia, and where you can enjoy the ancient theater overlooking the Gulf of Castellammare.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Erice

Climbing Mount San Giuliano at 750 meters high we reach the medieval village of Erice, the town of Phoenician and Greek origin is said to be protected by Venus, and it is precisely the beauty of its landscapes and atmospheres that strikes the most. Among the places of interest are the Castle of Venus, the Cordici Museum, the Elimo-Punic walls, the Church of Sant'Orsola, the Spanish Quarter. The walk offers views and local crafts.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Trapani

The city of Trapani offers the fascinating historical center of Arabic style with its baroque monuments and balconies, among its points of interest: the Ligny Tower, the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, the Agostino Pepoli Regional Museum, the Colombaia Castle, the fountain of Saturn.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Riserva Naturale Saline Di Trapani E Paceco

The Saline di Nubia preserve the millenary salt growing activity. The landscape is made even more suggestive by the presence of numerous windmills. don't miss the salt museum.

Duration: 1 hour
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