Explore the beautiful Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, famous for its golden stone Doric temples left by the Greeks. Drive across the center of Sicily and explore the Greek and Roman myths of Hercules, Juno, Pollux and more.
What to Expect
Drive along the old Greek Roman Road from Palermo to Agrigento on a full-day sightseeing tour of the Valley of the Temples.
You will first head to Agrigento, an important city on the south coast of Sicily, built by the Greeks between 582 and 580 BC. Learn about the myths of Hercules, Juno, Castor and Pollux via complimentary audioguides.
Relive the glories of the people who practically founded Sicily, colonizing its cities from the 8th century BC. The temples were constructed some 300 years later and remain the largest collection of early Greek architecture outside of Greece.
Get picture-pefect views of the Temple of Concord and Temple of Zeus, believed to have been the 3rd largest temple the Greeks ever built.
After exploring the valley and plateau overlooking the sea, stop at the stunning Archaeological Museum to see excavated artifacts and treasures of the Sicilian Greek civilization.
- Parking fees
Know Before You Go
• Cancellation policy: you can cancel this service without penalty up to 2 days before departure. After this date you will pay the entire amount of reservation