Hotel Admeto

Via Palinuro 3, Marinella di Selinunte, Sicily, 91022, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Palinuro 3, Marinella di Selinunte, is near Selinunte.
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    Travel Blogs from Marinella di Selinunte

    Segesta and Selinunte - Ancient Greek Temples

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Jun 18, 2014

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    Sicily never fails to amaze with its ancient monuments. Segesta and Selinunte were a fascinating day trip. Both were built around 400 centuries BC, the earliest and most important Greek colonies in Sicily.

    First stop was Selinunte. The Doric temple and the Acropolis were highlights of this most important ancient Greek colony in Sicily. We had to pay 6 Euros entrance. The bus had to pick us up from ...

    Wine country

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... one of many languages, and was happy to chat, help, encourage tastes (I quickly became the designated driver) and suggest more and more expensive wines to try....... Left with a special selection of reds!

    Continued north along the coast past extensive salt pans, windmills and sunseekers. The speed limit was 20km/hr, which was more than fast enough as the road was narrow and twisty, ...

    Out to lunch : out for lunch

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... the return journey, up the steep hill.

    Headed to Sciacca, a fishing village further west along the coast where we were hoping to have lunch. While an attractive town, no actual restaurants on the waters edge so kept on going. Eventually discovered Porto Palo, on a sandy beach so the decision was made. The waiter in the small family restaurant spoke english so we were able to discuss our choices. Inspite of intending ...

    Actually, its Contrada Piano Grande

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... with narrow streets, a warren of one way roads and drivers who drove where and as they pleased. Did the essentials and left.

    The following morning had an early walk to the beach. Quite a steep bendy road, narrow, no shoulders or footpaths. The road less travelled. Once at beach level, all semblance of a road vanishes. Its 4 wheel drive country ...

    Cruising the Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on May 30, 2014

    Well, I lied. We didn't cruise around the Egadi Islands but we did cruise the Mediterranean. We set off from a pretty little fishing port called, Castellammare del Golfo (big name for a little town). We hugged the coast (mainland), cruising through the Zingaro Marine Nature Reserve, past the village of Scopello (on my itinerary for next visit to Sicily) and the faraglioni rocks to the very touristy town of San Vito Lo Capo.

    The Mediterranean Sea is such ...