Makauda Beach Residence Village

Address: C.da San Giorgio km 129,8 SS115, Sciacca, Sicily, 92019, Italy | Campground
 
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This campground, located on C.da San Giorgio km 129,8 SS115, Sciacca, is near Archeological Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Sciacca

      Valle dei Templi

      A travel blog entry by lbreault on Jan 05, 2015

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      The ideas and beauty portrayed in the temples at the Valle dei Templi in Agrigento has significant impact on the Story of Rome and on our world today. Agrigento was the center of the Mediterranean and even more influential than Rome during this time period.

      The Temple of Hera was built during the 450 BC. During this time Agrigento was the similar to what we would have referred to as ...

      House Sitting in Sicily

      A travel blog entry by expatgal8 on Jan 05, 2015

      4 photos

      ... Donna and Gary , are delightful. So here I am still in Paciano, slowly making lists, filling bags of stuff I can't live without, and mentally preparing for my move to a house in the countryside, about 5 km from the sea (the magnet for me) and in a harbor city of about 40,000 people. A huge change from Paciano , population, 975, with 68 living inside the medieval walls where I am. And, I am so ready for ...

      Corleone Stop

      A travel blog entry by nbates91 on Jan 04, 2015

      12 photos

      We stopped in Corleone for only about 30 minutes on our way from Palermo to Agrigento. I wish we would have had more time so I could have visited their anti-mafia museum. It was cool to wander around for a bit, though. It was clear that the city was very ashamed of how tourists associate them with their mafia past. The city was actually really clean, nice, and quiet. Not at all what I expected.
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      Agrigento

      A travel blog entry by just_imagine on Dec 19, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... Many farm houses look really run down and peasant like.
      There was a fair bit of road work on the way but we still got there in the two hours. Once in Agrigento it was definitely time for a coffee while we tried to orientate ourselves on google maps. We had 4 hours - plenty of time Rob says - let's walk....I had read the best way is to catch a town bus buying your ticket at the train station. Becoming a little frustrated with Rob trying to work ...

      Selinunte, Sicily

      A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 24, 2014

      13 photos

      ... great temples and two harbours. It was sacked in 409 BC by Carthage (Tunisia today) and never really recovered. This was followed by an earthquake in the 8th century. Apparently from the air you can see the columns fell like dominoes.   Why did I think these ruins were the best? I think it is because the preserve is large and there are no encroaching cities or industries. The ruins of eight temples plus the houses, shops, gates ...