Visit the Valley of the Temples, a 1,300 hectare large Sicilian plateau, and learn all you need to know from an audio guide.
Explore the spectacular ancient ruins of Greek architecture in the Valley of the Temples
Marvel at the temple of Concordia, one of the best preserved Greek temples in the world
Visit an 800 year old olive tree, wander through idyllic gardens and see the ruins of the temple of Zeus
The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento is the largest archaeological site in the world. This Sicilian plateau extends over 1,300 hectares of history, on which some of the most remarkable ruins of the ancient Greek and Byzantine empires still stand high. Roll back centuries and discover these wonders of antiquity overlooking the blue Mediterranean.
Escape the Mediterranean coast and explore a land of ancient empires and ancient ruins in Agrigento. Discover everything with the help of an audio guide that will show you the feeling of adventure combined with all the information worth to know.
A highlight is the Concordia Temple, one of the best preserved Greek temples in the world. But this is not the only one, there are many more.
Touch the twisted gnarled bark of an 800 year old olive tree, wander through the idyllic Kolymbetra Gardens and visit the Temple of Hera. In addition, discover why people were less friendly to the temple of poor old Zeus.
The Valley of the Temples may not technically be a valley, but it has a temple!
Exchange your smartphone voucher for a paper ticket at the temple of Juno ticket office.
•Entrance to the Valley of the Temples
•Temporary exhibitions (if available)
Valley of the Temples: Via Panoramica Valle dei Templi 31, Agrigento, 92100 AG, Sicily.
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