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I think this site has a lot of things going for it, but it also has some pretty big things working against it. The theater is especially interesting because of the construction materials; it is made of the same type of rock as the Scala...More
Eraclea Minoa was an ancient Greek city founded in the 6th century BC by colonists from Selinunte at the mouth of a river that is now called Platani, located about 25 KM west of Agrigento (ancient Akragas). It was set on a promontory with gently...More
We went on the first Sunday of December. We were the only visitors there that day. On the first Sunday of the month there is no charge for the museum and excavations. The museum is small. Most artifacts found on the site appear to have...More
Wonderfull place, good energy, wonderful views, nice walk, poor maintenance of info tables, focus on weather protection of the ruins (almost everything is covered), info table messages not attractive for "normal" users, poor toilets.
The very small museum is nice because of its exhibition of the pottery. The theater has a cover, not nice but functional. The site was kept till 2006, and after that there is not very much money spend on the outside area. Not worth a...More
I've been there today and I gotta to say, it is almost like puting 4€ in the trash... This site seems really awesome at first glance on paper but once there... it is an other story... The theater looks more like an half of a...More
Unfortunately, the main attraction of this place, the ancient greek theatre (or something like that) is practically impossible to see... I know they want to protect it, but it's too bad they continue to display images of the theatre and the sea in publicities... Looked...More