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Segesta, Erice and Salt Pans Full-Day Excursion from Palermo

1. Segesta, Erice and Salt Pans Full-Day Excursion from Palermo

This popular 8-hour itinerary takes you to see the most interesting sites of western Sicily. With your guide you’ll visit and explore Segesta, a Greek archaeological site. Travel to Nubia and the Salt Pans in Trapani, and admire the Sicilian coast and natural landscapes en route. You’ll also stop at Erice, a medieval hilltop town. Enjoy spectacular views throughout the day. All of the sites are relatively near Palermo, meaning that you’ll have plenty of time to explore each of them. This itinerary is also known as the Elimians's Road, named for the Elimians who were among the first inhabitants of this part of Sicily.

Segesta: Archeological Park Entry Ticket and Pemcards

2. Segesta: Archeological Park Entry Ticket and Pemcards

Journey through the archaeological ruins at Segesta with skip-the-line entry to the Archeological Park. Discover the immense artistic and archaeological heritage of Sicily as you explore the region's most important Elymian city. Start from the Doric Temple and make your way through the valley, passing by several fortifications along the way, including a 15th-century church, medieval fort, castle, mosque, and the perfectly-preserved theater. You will also learn about the site's disputed origins and true age. Finish your visit with a panoramic view of Sicily from the slopes of Mount Barbaro. Immortalize your visit and make your friends or family green with envy by sending them a Pemcard, a digital photo that you can send as a real postcard to anywhere in the world.

Hot spring and Temple

3. Hot spring and Temple

Meeting point Sicilian Landscape Bath on natural hot spring spa Taste of fruit Climating change to wood Slow food stop Outdoor View of archeological site of Segesta Return in meeting point

From Palermo: Day Trip to Erice, Segesta Salt Pans and lunch

4. From Palermo: Day Trip to Erice, Segesta Salt Pans and lunch

Discover some of the most interesting places in western Sicily on this 10-hour tour. We will visit Erice in the morning, immediately afterwards we will continue for a short visit to the salt museum and the salt pans of Trapani. A short distance away a restaurant will be waiting for us for an oil tasting and a typical Sicilian lunch. At the end of lunch we will continue to Segesta and return to palermo after a visit to the archaeological park. There will be an English-speaking assistant on board our luxury bus or van to help you during the day, Wi-Fi, fresh water and charging outlets for your devices.

Segesta and Selinunte: Tour from Trapani

5. Segesta and Selinunte: Tour from Trapani

Visit the old city of Segesta, which was founded by the Elimi. It survived many enemy armies, weather and, earthquakes in the area. Located on Mount Barbaro, it has a breathtaking panoramic view. Visit the magnificent Temple and the Greek theater of Segesta. Here you can enjoy some free time to take pictures. Then visit Selinunte, what was once the largest and the most populated Greek city. Currently, there resides the largest archaeological park in Europe. Then enjoy some free time. You will enjoy lunch in a typical restaurant near the archaeological site. This is is not included in the price. Return in the afternoon and there is the possibility of drop off at your hotel. All entry ticket fees at the sites are not included.

Sciacca: West Sicily Day-Trip with Hotel Pickup & Drop-off

6. Sciacca: West Sicily Day-Trip with Hotel Pickup & Drop-off

Excursion program Segesta: The departure is scheduled from your hotel or from our agency in Sciacca at 8:30 to reach the first stage of our excursion: Segesta to admire the ancient Doric style temple, the still intact Temple of Hera, the Greek theater , the temple and the sanctuary. Erice: then our tour will continue with a visit to Erice, a small medieval village rich in history and tradition which, with its narrow streets, courtyards and temples, seems to have remained stuck in time. Here you will find: the Castle of Venus, the Norman Castle, one of the most beautiful views of the city of Trapani and the Mother Church. Saline: The last stop of our excursion will be Marsala which is famous for the landing of Garibaldi's expedition of the Thousand, for the production of wine and for the famous Saline. The latter are very renowned for the "salt culture", a centuries-old tradition that has shaped the territory by creating salty marshes on the lagoon between Trapani and Marsala, such as the Sicilian Lagoon. Marsala: If time remains available, it will be possible to visit the historic center of Marsala which embraces Piazza della Repubblica dominated by the Mother Church, the Palazzo Senatorio and organize a short visit to one of the famous wine cellars of Marsala, Florio or Pellegrino, where you will be able to discover the techniques of wine production and their evolution.

Visit and tasting of typical products on a farm in Segesta

7. Visit and tasting of typical products on a farm in Segesta

Directly from the screens of Amazon Prime, the owners of the farm are waiting for you to spend time together immersed in the Sicilian countryside and to taste their dishes. You will begin with a tour of the estate, during which you will be told the history of the farmhouse. You'll make a stop in the farm's vegetable garden and-along with the owners-you'll be the protagonist of harvesting one of the ingredients that will be used to prepare the dishes of your tasting. The uniqueness of your experience will lie precisely in the fact that everything your palate will have the pleasure of tasting will be KM 0 products: from the flours, to the vegetables, to the renowned liquor. To whet your appetite a bit, here are some of the dishes you might taste: caponata, sun-dried tomatoes, sfincione, cheeses, arancinetti, busiate with Trapanese pesto, roast sausage and veal, big salad, fruit, Sicilian cannolo and liqueur. What are you waiting for? Book your experience and come taste Sicily!

Segesta experience in our organic sicilian olive oil farm

8. Segesta experience in our organic sicilian olive oil farm

We will learn what the quality of olive oil means, and what it means to produce organic oil, walking through the olive trees of our Organic Farm here in Bruca in the hills of Trapani 5 minutes from the ancient Segesta. At the end of the walk and conversation among the olive trees we will return to the mill where you can learn about the entire farm production process of our oil, tasting its characteristics and quality. Also here in our mill we will prepare together some simple and tasty Sicilian appetizers and on wooden tables a first of typical Trapani pasta. All valued by the proportional use of our evo oil. Typical that we will taste together at the table, accompanying dinner with a selection of wines from native Trapani grapes. Other things to keep in mind, if it rains we can organize the indoor master class.

Day trip from Palermo: Segesta, Erice, Trapani Saltpans

9. Day trip from Palermo: Segesta, Erice, Trapani Saltpans

This tour is for those arriving by cruise ship or staying in Palermo. Visit Western Sicily with us, and we will let you enjoy enchanting landscapes that will remain imprinted in your mind. The first stop will be Segesta, we will stop in front of the entrance ticket office for the archaeological park. You will have 1 hour and 30 minutes for the visit. The second stop will be Erice, the famous medieval town characteristic for its villages and the weaving of carpets and typical sweets, you will have 2 hours and 30 minutes free time for lunch and souvenirs ( lunch not included ) The third stop will be the salt pans of Trapani and Paceco, arrival at the salt museum (visit is recommended) with a half-hour guided tour. After the visit you will have 1 hour free time to photograph the mill and the salt pans. Return to Palermo.

From Palermo: Monreale and Segesta in Cabriolet

10. From Palermo: Monreale and Segesta in Cabriolet

Looking for a one-of-a-kind experience in Sicily? Look no further than our CruiserCar tour from Palermo to Monreale and Segesta! Our custom-built convertible CruiserCar is the first of its kind, and offers a truly unique way to explore the stunning coast of northern Sicily. Your adventure begins in Palermo, where you'll climb aboard our CruiserCar and hit the road for Monreale and Segesta. Along the way, you'll enjoy breathtaking views of the green lunges of the Sicily and discover hidden gems that other tours miss. Whether you're interested in history, culture, our CruiserCar tour has something for everyone. Once you arrive you'll have plenty of time to explore the towns at your own pace. Enjoy a leisurely lunch or take a stroll through the charming streets of this historic villages. At the end of the day, we'll bring you back to your hotel in Palermo or drop you off at a central location where you can continue to explore the city. Whether you're traveling solo, with friends or family, or as part of a group, our CruiserCar tour is an experience you'll never forget. Itinerary: Depart from Palermo in a custom-built CruiserCar Enjoy scenic views on the way Arrive and enjoy free time to explore the towns Return to Palermo and get dropped off at your hotel or a central location

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What people are saying about Segesta

I booked this tour and a half day tour spur of the moment and so glad I did. This was a great day trip from Palermo. The drivers let us know important things/what to do at each stop. I didn’t know much about any of the stops when booking, especially Erice. Erice turned out to be one of my favorite stops from both of the tours I did. Definitely recommend!

great trip and the guys were great,We had a great day and it was what we wanted as we were left alone to enjoy the sites without any commentry or visits to shopping experiences.We would highly reccomend as we got to visit three places that are hard to access by public transport

Lovely tour with small group of people. Plenty of time to exprore sites on your own, which was my preference sice I dont drive. Adriano (our driver) was great!

Perfect day trip. The bus was clean and comfortable. The guide very friendly and knowledgeable.

Melissa was very interesting, engaging, informative, friendly, considerate.