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Wine Tasting and Sicilian Lunch at a Winery in Agrigento

Wine Tasting and Sicilian Lunch at a Winery in Agrigento - Agrigento, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Agrigento, Italy

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$61.07

Visit a famous organic winery in Italy's Agrigento region, where you'll taste local wines and meet the winemaker. Enjoy a full Sicilian lunch with friends and family.

The Ulmo estate lies on the banks of Lake Arancio not far from Sambuca di Sicilia, a small, ancient town founded by the Arabs around 830 ... More info ›

Visit a famous organic winery in Italy's Agrigento region, where you'll taste local wines and meet the winemaker. Enjoy a full Sicilian lunch with friends and family.

The Ulmo estate lies on the banks of Lake Arancio not far from Sambuca di Sicilia, a small, ancient town founded by the Arabs around 830. Years later, in 1995, the now famous Planeta family decided to build their first winery here. The sweeping, lush countryside and 15th century farmhouse has belonged to the family ever since. 

At Ulmo Estate, you'll experience the best of Sicilian hospitality. Learn about the history of the area, taste the wines, spend time wandering the property, and talk with the family about how they were inspired to start a winery. 

This Sicilian experience includes a visit to the estate's wineries and vineyards, followed by a lunch with a wine and local extra-virgin olive oil tasting. 

Your visit ends with a three-course lunch of local cuisine. After lunch enjoy coffee, local biscuits and two dessert wines. 

This is a rustic, beautiful side of Sicily, and an experience you won't soon forget.

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Cooking class with Lunch at an Olive Farm in Agrigento

Cooking class with Lunch at an Olive Farm in Agrigento - Agrigento, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Agrigento, Italy

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$132.13

Visit a traditional olive oil mill in Agrigento countryside, learn to cook Sicilian traditional recipes and enjoy a full lunch with friends and family.

Meet the owners Silvia and Giuseppe for a tour of the Olive Oil Estate and of the oil mill. The farm has a long tradition of specialized cultivations and the love and the care for the land have been passed down from one generation to another ... More info ›

Visit a traditional olive oil mill in Agrigento countryside, learn to cook Sicilian traditional recipes and enjoy a full lunch with friends and family.

Meet the owners Silvia and Giuseppe for a tour of the Olive Oil Estate and of the oil mill. The farm has a long tradition of specialized cultivations and the love and the care for the land have been passed down from one generation to another. Today, after a land reclamation, 40 hectares are dedicated to olive trees, with extremely innovative cultivation techniques. The tour includes a special Extra Virgin Olive Oil tasting with Giuseppe.

After the tasting you will dedicate yourself to master the ability of preparing a Sicilian typical lunch. Silvia holds special cooking classes for her guests, emphasizing typical local ingredients and recipes of the Sicilian tradition, revealing the secrets of Sicilian cuisine. Her favorite recipes are anelletti al forno (baked rings pasta), pasta con le sarde (pasta with sardines), polpettone (Italian meatloaf), stir-fry specialities and desserts with almonds or sweet ricotta cheese.

At the end of this fun and entertaining cooking class you will enjoy lunch with your friends and family, served with great local wine labels.

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Cooking Class at the Contemporary Art Museum in Agrigento

Cooking Class at the Contemporary Art Museum in Agrigento - Agrigento, Italy Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Agrigento, Italy

From USD
$109.93

An unforgettable cooking class in Agrigento, Sicily

In this experience, guests spend half a day at the 'Farm Cultural Park' in Favara (Agrigento). This tourist destination is rated by the British Purple Travel Blog as sixth in the world for contemporary art lovers (preceded only by Florence, Paris, Bilbao, the Greek islands and New York) ... More info ›

An unforgettable cooking class in Agrigento, Sicily

In this experience, guests spend half a day at the 'Farm Cultural Park' in Favara (Agrigento). This tourist destination is rated by the British Purple Travel Blog as sixth in the world for contemporary art lovers (preceded only by Florence, Paris, Bilbao, the Greek islands and New York). This experience includes a welcome drink made with organic lemons and served with homemade snacks; an amazing cooking lesson lasting about three hours, incorporating organic, locally grown, seasonal products. The course includes the preparation of three typical Sicilian dishes prepared according to traditional Sicilian culinary methods.

There will also be a visit to the art gallery (current exhibits, garden, vintage shop); a tasty lunch, consisting of the dishes prepared during the lesson, served inside the “N’zemmula black space” along with local wine and seasonal fruits.

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Private Tour Roman Villa in Piazza Armerina and Agrigento Valley of Temples

Private Tour Roman Villa in Piazza Armerina and Agrigento Valley of Temples - Agrigento, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Agrigento, Italy

From USD
$527.43

Visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites with a private local guide: the extraordinary Valley of the Temples in Agrigento and the Roman Villa in Piazza Armerina.

The Villa del Casale, 3rd Century, near Piazza Armerina is probably the finest and most extensive display of mosaics in the Roman world ... More info ›

Visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites with a private local guide: the extraordinary Valley of the Temples in Agrigento and the Roman Villa in Piazza Armerina.

The Villa del Casale, 3rd Century, near Piazza Armerina is probably the finest and most extensive display of mosaics in the Roman world. North African art influenced style, both in composition and the choice of colorful polychrome materials. The mosaics include a long hunting scene, the famous sporting "bikini girls", and many classical and geometrical examples.

Agrigento: when it was called Akragas, Pindaro considered it to be "the most beautiful among mortal cities". These are among the greatest Greek ruins in the world, and the splendor of the temples in the Doric style, built during the fifth and sixth centuries BC.

This tour is available for larger groups as well.

After pick-up, you will be driven to Piazza Armerina to visit the famous Roman Villa, which is among the most luxurious of its kind, giving an interesting insight into Roman life at the time. It is especially noteworthy for the richness and the excellent quality of the mosaics which decorate almost every room. The owners lived in luxury: the villa had its own private thermae, a reception hall, large restrooms and living rooms.

After the villa tour, it'll be time for a lunch break in local restaurant.

To complete the day, you'll visit also the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento. Here you'll see the Temple of Juno, with its excellent views of the entire valley, and the Temple of Concordia, beautifully preserved. The oldest ruin is traditionally named the Temple of Hercules.

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Sicily's Valley of the Temples Guided Private Tour

Sicily's Valley of the Temples Guided Private Tour - Agrigento, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Agrigento, Italy

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$324.79

Admire the magnificent Doric temples of the sacred hill, recently listed by UNESCO as a Cultural World Heritage. Follow your expert guide and get to know the history and the fascinating characters that shaped the face of Akragas, the ancient Agrigento.

The Valley of the Temples is an archaeological site in Agrigento (ancient Greek Akragas), Sicily ... More info ›

Admire the magnificent Doric temples of the sacred hill, recently listed by UNESCO as a Cultural World Heritage. Follow your expert guide and get to know the history and the fascinating characters that shaped the face of Akragas, the ancient Agrigento.

The Valley of the Temples is an archaeological site in Agrigento (ancient Greek Akragas), Sicily. It is one of the most outstanding examples of Greater Greece art and architecture, and is one of the main attractions of Sicily as well as a national monument of Italy. The area was included in the UNESCO Heritage Site list in 1997.

The archaeological park and landscape of the Valley of the Temples is the largest archaeological site in the world with 1,300 hectares, but the term 'valley' is a misnomer, the site being located on a ridge outside the town of Agrigento.

Through this tour you will have the chance to admire the magnificent Doric temples of the sacred hill, as the Temple of Hera (Juno), the Temple of Concordia, Temple of Herakles (Hercules), the Temple of Zeus (Jupiter) and Sanctuary of chthonic deities.

Follow the steps and the words of your expert guide and you will also understand the culture that led to the construction of those majestic structures and you will get to know the characters that made Akragas 'the most beautiful city of mortals'.

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Kolymbethra Garden Entry Ticket

Kolymbethra Garden Entry Ticket - Agrigento, Italy

Duration: Flexible
Location: Agrigento, Italy

From USD
$6.66

Once the water basin of the Greek city of Akragas, this enchanting citrus garden in the Valley of Temples is a place you might never forget after your visit. After a long period of abandon the Italian Heritage Trust, FAI Fondo Ambiente Italiano, saved this Kolymbethra garden from decay.
Today this green, perfumed and irrigated garden, located underneath the ancient Greek temples of Castor and Pollux, seems a piece of paradise under a Sicilian sun ... More info ›

Once the water basin of the Greek city of Akragas, this enchanting citrus garden in the Valley of Temples is a place you might never forget after your visit. After a long period of abandon the Italian Heritage Trust, FAI Fondo Ambiente Italiano, saved this Kolymbethra garden from decay.
Today this green, perfumed and irrigated garden, located underneath the ancient Greek temples of Castor and Pollux, seems a piece of paradise under a Sicilian sun. The garden can be visited, you can stroll around, sit down and relax after the visit of the archaeological area in the shade of some citrus or other Mediterranean plants.

The origins of the Garden date back to the period when the Greeks colonised Sicily (500 B.C.) and its history is linked to the development of the ancient city of Akragas which once stood on the plateau of the Atenea cliff. Diodoro Siculo wrote that the tyrant Terone
engaged architect Feace to design a system to supply the city with water. Thanks to this new system of channels, the Greeks of Akragas were able to transform the arid Sicilian earth into a flourishing garden rich with Mediterranean plants. The ancient underground works (or Feace aqueducts), which still bubble with clear water used for irrigation, can still be visited today in the Valley of Temples and date back to the 5th century B.C., when they fed the ancient swimming pool (Kolymbethra).

In the last decades of the 1900s, due to the old farmers’ inactivity, Kolymbethra fell into a state of abandon until the Italian Heritage Trust, FAI - Fondo Ambiente Italiano intervened. The Garden was granted under concession by Regione Siciliana to FAI, which undertook the extensive landscaping renovation work to return to public enjoyment an important historic, artistic and naturalistic wonder of our civilization.

Today this green, perfumed and irrigated garden, located underneath the ancient Greek temples of Castor and Pollux, seems a piece of paradise under a Sicilian sun. The garden can be visited, you can stroll around, sit down and relax after the visit of the archaeological area in the shade of some citrus or other Mediterranean plant. In the little shop you can find local olive oil and the wonderful Kolymbethra jams.

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