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Popular Destinations in Agrigento

Thumbnail Wine Tasting & Light Lunch "From the vineyard to the glass" at Camilleri
Campobello di Licata, Agrigento (Valley of the Temples)
3 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €59.00
“Experiential walk with a tasting of 6 wines and local delicacies included in a great tour of the Camilleri Estate”
Thumbnail Tanticchia di Sicilia wine experience at Camilleri Winery
Campobello di Licata, Agrigento (Valley of the Temples)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €28.00
“A small taste of Sicily: tasting of three wines at Camilleri Winery”
Thumbnail "Once upon a time": food and wine experience at Camilleri
Campobello di Licata, Agrigento (Valley of the Temples)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 12
From €45.00
“Enjoy a special tasting of 3 wines accompanied by local delicacies for a great food and wine pairing at Camilleri Winery”
Thumbnail Wine & Brunch at Baglio Bonsignore in the Sicilian countryside
San Cataldo, Caltanissetta (Valley of the Temples)
2 Hours 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 20
From €55.00
“Enjoy a serene Wine & Brunch at Baglio Bonsignore, pairing organic wines with delicious Sicilian dishes in an 18th-century setting.”
Thumbnail Picnic in the Vineyard of Baglio Bonsignore in Sicily
San Cataldo, Caltanissetta (Valley of the Temples)
3 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 20
From €45.00
“Enjoy a picturesque picnic among vineyards, featuring fine local wine and Sicilian cuisine, set in Baglio Bonsignore's scenic estate.”

More information on Valley of the Temples

The Valley of the Temples is a stunning archaeological site located in Agrigento, on the southern coast of Sicily. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to some of the best-preserved ancient Greek temples in the world, built during the fifth and sixth centuries BC. The Valley of the Temples is a testament to the grandeur of ancient Greek civilization and attracts thousands of visitors each year. The area surrounding the valley is also known for its unique wineries and delicious cuisine, making it a must-visit destination for wine lovers and foodies alike.

The Valley of the Temples is a popular destination for wine lovers, as it is located in the heart of the renowned wine region of Sicily. The area is known for producing a wide variety of wines, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, and Inzolia. Wine tastings and wine tours are available throughout the year, giving visitors the chance to sample some of the best wines in Italy. The tours typically include visits to local wineries, where visitors can learn about the winemaking process and sample different wines. Many of the wineries also offer food pairings, making it a great destination for wine and food lovers alike.

Which food to taste in Valley of the Temples?

Sicily is famous for its cuisine, which is influenced by the island's rich history and cultural diversity. The Valley of the Temples is no exception, and visitors can enjoy a wide variety of traditional dishes. Some of the local specialties include pasta alla Norma, made with eggplant, tomato sauce, and ricotta cheese; arancini, fried rice balls filled with cheese or meat; and cannoli, a sweet pastry filled with ricotta cheese and chocolate chips. Many of the local wineries also offer food pairings with their wines, making it the perfect place to indulge in the local cuisine while taking part in wine tastings.

Which wines to taste in Valley of the Temples?

The Valley of the Temples is home to some of the finest vineyards in Sicily, producing a range of grape varieties that are used by wineries in winemaking. Nero d'Avola is one of the most famous grapes grown in the region, producing full-bodied red wines with notes of black cherry, spice, and licorice. Grillo is another popular grape, used to produce crisp, aromatic white wines with hints of citrus and tropical fruit. Other grapes grown in the region include Inzolia, Catarratto, and Zibibbo, all of which contribute to the unique flavors and aromas of the local wines. Visitors can learn everything about local wines by participating in various wine tours and wine tastings.

Which is the best season to visit Valley of the Temples?

The best time to visit the Valley of the Temples is during the spring and fall, when the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller. The spring months of April and May are particularly lovely, with the countryside in full bloom and temperatures in the mid-60s to mid-70s Fahrenheit. Fall, from September to November, is another great time to visit, with temperatures in the 70s to low 80s Fahrenheit and the harvest season in full swing, and wineries open to welcome tourists for wine tastings and harvest activities. Summer can be hot and crowded, with temperatures often exceeding 90 degrees Fahrenheit, but it is still a popular time to visit for those who enjoy the beach and outdoor activities.

What things to do in Valley of the Temples?

In addition to wine tastings and wine tours at local wineries, there are several other attractions in the area that are worth a visit. The historic city of Agrigento is home to several other ancient ruins, including the Roman villa and the medieval Cathedral of San Gerlando. The stunning beaches of the Scala dei Turchi and the Torre Salsa Nature Reserve are also nearby, offering visitors the perfect opportunity to soak up the sun and enjoy the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean.

In conclusion, the Valley of the Temples is a must-visit destination for wine lovers and foodies looking to explore the rich history and culture of Sicily. With its stunning ancient ruins, delicious cuisine, and exquisite wines, it is a truly unforgettable destination.