Demetra Resort

Address: Contrada Forgia, Agrigento, Sicily, 92100, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Contrada Forgia, Agrigento, is near Valley of the Temples (Valle dei Templi), Temple of Concord, Eraclea Minoa, and Temple of Hercules.
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    Travel Blogs from Agrigento

    Falling in love.....

    A travel blog entry by isabellasail on Jul 30, 2015

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    The Egadi islands, just west of Trapani, form part of a marine nature reserve where dolphins and turtles swim. We picked up a buoy and spent a magical night in the lee of Montagna Grossa on the island of Favignana. Beautiful.

    We then set sail, south east, towards Sciacca, around 55 miles. The wind came up in the afternoon, reaching a force 7 and although that presented no problem sailing since it wasn't on the nose, mooring wasn't at ...

    Villa Romana del Casale and more

    A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Jul 25, 2015

    ... way to one of the local agents and there answer was 'follow us'..

    So we finally got there in the Villa. It is a wunderful place with a relatively well preserved Roman Villa from 300 years AD, with lots of mosiacs. The site is in good shape and they did a decent job in covering the remnants of the villa in a way that gives the impression of the building as it must have been in its original state. But the most fascinating thing are ...

    Agrigento

    A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Jul 24, 2015

    ... 100 metres during the biking trip. The guides made it very spectacular. You ar not allowed in the small streets, the main gates are closed but it is easy to get around those etc. It is a sad story, because during the earthquake the entire village was destroyed and left in that state and a new village was build a few kilometers aside. The village itself is still standing there without being touched ever since.

    This time we found the place, but the gate was closed ...

    A little bit of Greek in Italy

    A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 13, 2015

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    ... quick refresh in Agrigento (agri/country & gento/people) & off to the Valley of temples with our guide Claudia, the area was first settled by the Greeks in 751BC, there were 300,000 people living here, of which 150,000 were slaves,, they constructed several temples but when the christian came in & they didn't convert the temple it was pulled down.

    1. Tempio della Giunone - faced easy, built in 450-470BC then devoted in the 6th century AD
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    Agrigento, Sicily

    A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... wandering around amongst them and appreciating the beauty and wonder in creating such huge columns.

    After walking around in the heat we enjoyed coming back to our hotel swimming pool.

    Although who has ever heard of enforcing a swimming cap if you want to swim in the pool.

    But we paid the 3 euro per cap and looked so cool.
    Later in a nearby shop we found the same caps for 89 cents.



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