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Built in 430 BC, this is one of the best-preserved Greek Temples located outside of Greece.
As featured in The Jewels of Sicily
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92100, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy
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+39 0922 192 0283
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It is worth the 1 mile walk in the Valley of Temples. The walk is very easy downhill. The temple is well preserved and maintained.

Thank wolf3728
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was the highlight for us. This is one of the best preserved temples in the world with a total of 34 Doric columns it was restored to its original form in 1748.

Thank Anthony H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Everyone I saw at the temple said it was better than Greece. Haven’t been to Greece so can’t comment, but it was in very good condition.

Thank OCGirl58
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This temple wasn't destroyed because it was used by the Christians as a place of worship. The vistas from where it stands are breathtaking!

Thank OCMDRaven
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Among the five temples this one is the best preserved. Great history and walking adventure. Not to be missed.

Thank awinrm
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

You really do get the sense of past times at this place. There is a cafe and ice cream vendor there. Not sure what the Greco/Romans would have made of that. There is a shuttle bus going fron end to end if you get knackered...More

Thank John M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Roman temple with Doric columns and in a great state of repair. Sits pretty much in the centre of the site and forms the sort of corner-stone of the various ruins on the site. There is a currently a set of video screens showing an...More

Thank David M
Reviewed 11 October 2018

Historically interesting, well spread out so take decent walking footwear. The Doric style Greek temple is in really good condition and is a really good subject to photograph. Also on the site there is a large amphitheatre in good condition. We sat eating our lunch...More

Thank angieliverpool2018
Reviewed 11 October 2018 via mobile

Chance to see 2500 year old stuff. Simply breathtaking. Must see if in Sicily. Also with views to Med sea and up to town. Priceless.

Thank sedison2
Reviewed 9 October 2018

same review as for the whole site. Relatively well preserved ruins, just a shame about the amount of people there.

Thank Gill N
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Response from HongKong1234 | Reviewed this property |
WE were also visiting this wonderful site on our own, at our own pace, and actually you do not need a guided tour.
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