- Explore the spectacular ancient ruins of Greek architecture in the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento with a handy audio guide
- Marvel at the Temple of Concordia, one of the best preserved Greek temples in the world
- Visit an 800-year-old olive tree, wander idyllic gardens, see the ruins of the Temple of Zeus and more!
The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento is the largest archaeological site in the world. This Sicilian plateau spans 1,300 hectares of sun-drenched history, where some of the most remarkable ruins of Ancient Greek and Byzantine empires are still standing tall. Roll back the centuries and discover these wonders of antiquity overlooking the blue Mediterranean.
Escape to the Mediterranean coast and explore a land of ancient empires and timeworn ruins at Agrigento. Discover it all with the help of a handy audio guide, a sense of adventure, and a cool sea breeze.
A key highlight is the Temple of Concordia, one of the best preserved Greek temples in the world, but there's so much more here.
Touch the twisted gnarled bark of an 800-year-old olive tree, wander the idyllic Kolymbetra Gardens, visit the Temple of Hera, where the ancients made sacrifices to the queen of the gods, and discover why the centuries have been less kind to the temple of poor old Zeus.
The Valley of Temples might not technically be a valley, but it's certainly got the temples!
- Entrance to the Valley of the Temples
- Audio guide
- Temporary exhibitions (if available)
Swap your smartphone voucher at the ticket office of the Temple of Juno for a paper ticket and an audio guide between 08:30 and 2 hours before closing. Please note that in case of delay there will be no refund.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
There are over 1,000 UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the globe. But only one can boast of being the UNESCO logo. The Temple of Concordia, Agrigento takes that singular honor.
L’audioguide n’est pas très ludique, les descriptifs sont un peu longs, mais il vaut tout de même mieux le prendre pour mieux comprendre.
Je recommande cette visite, attention il y a un peu de marche!