Locanda Al Moro

Address: Via Liguori 44, Sciacca, Sicily, 92019, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Liguori 44, Sciacca, is near Archeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Sciacca

    Day 34 - Agrigento & the Valley of Temples

    A travel blog entry by patanddavid on Sep 06, 2015

    12 photos

    ... around the area as just piles of large stone blocks and broken columns. Having arrived here yesterday not really understanding what we should expect to see we leave here tomorrow feeling pretty happy that we made the effort to get to this amazing area. Tomorrow should be another interesting day as we drive for approximately 2.5 hours, park Travis in a long term car park and at 9:30pm hop onboard a boat for the two hour sea crossing over to ...

    Day 33 - Cefalu to Agrigento

    A travel blog entry by patanddavid on Sep 05, 2015

    4 photos

    ... of the ruins can be seen in the distance out of our hotel room window but given the heat and starkness of the landscape we figure that they're just a little too far away to tackle on foot. The ancient site apparently presents an opportunity to view some of the largest and best preserved Ancient Greek buildings and temples to be found outside of Greece itself. Because of major roadworks and some quite long diversions ...

    Agrigento Valley of Temples Scale dei Turchi Delia

    A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on Aug 26, 2015

    17 photos

    The archeological site at Agrigento became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997 and after walking around it, it's easy to see why. Extending over approximately 1,300 hectares, it recounts a history that began in the 6th Century B.C. with the foundation of the ancient Greek colony of Akragas, one of the largest Greek cities on the Mediterranean for its times. The area is rich in Greek, Roman, and Christian history. The actual core ...

    Villa Romana del Casale and more

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

    ... a village of ceramic, where exactly this weekend there was a famous feast in which they cover the stair to the church with hunderds of flames. Unfortunately when we drove up we went through a thunderstorm and although by the time we arrived in the center, the rain was over, the damage was done to the ornaments on the stairs.

    We could still see how it looked with the RED, WHITE and GREEN lampions that they put on the ...


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

    ... so long ago.

    From there we went to Agrigento which is one of the main archeological sites in Sicily to visit the different temples, some of which are still in excellent shape and much better than what you can see in Greece. Beautiful walk from one side of the area to the other side (about 3 kms uphill in full sun) but worth the effort.

    Although the whole area was fascinating one temple in particular was very well preserved.

    From there to the ...