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There are plenty of places to see and visit around Agrigento. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Agrigento is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions around Agrigento

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    Scala dei Turchi

    Hiking Highlight

    If the visitors continue to behave this way, the access to the wonderful white rock will soon be completely sealed off. A good example of narcissistic consumption of nature (beauty). …

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    AGRIGENTO E LA VALLE DEI TEMPLI

    Bike Touring Highlight

    La maggior parte dei visitatori arriva ad Agrigento soffermandosi quasi esclusivamente alla Valle dei Templi, essendone l’attrazione per eccellenza nonché uno dei siti storici più famosi della Sicilia e dell’Italia …

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    The CHIARAMONTANO Castle of Montechiaro
    The first act in the history of Palma (only in 1865 the city will be called Palma di Montechiaro) is the construction of the Chiaramontano …

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    The city of Palma was founded on May 3, 1637 in the barony of Montechiaro, by the twin brothers Carlo, Barone Tomasi, and Giulio, who a few years later would …

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    SCIACCA

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Famous for its pottery, the streets of the city are embellished with decorated vases of all shapes and colors. The architecture of the historic center is heavily influenced by Arab …

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    Valle dei Templi

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Amazing archeological site with Greek and Roman ruins on a hill in an stunning landscape of olive trees and seaside. Must see!

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    Concordiatempel

    Hiking Highlight

    Doric temple from the 2nd half of the 5th century BC. Assignment to Concordia not secured. Conversion into a church in the 6th century AD, which means that the entire …

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    Eremo San Pellegrino dal Mare

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    22km for about 900 meters of altitude.
    A long but perfect climb that offers double-digit tears only in the final km inside the town.

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    Camping Valle dei templi

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Excellent, equipped for both campers and tent camping. Excellent shower and services. Mini houses inside the campsite can also be booked.

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    Junotempel

    Hiking Highlight

    Doric temple from the middle of the 5th century BC. Assignment to Juno not saved. A temple with 6 columns on the narrow side and 13 on the long side …

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    Salita alla Basilica di San Calogero

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    The ascent to the Basilica of San Calogero is regular and without surprises, the view during the ascent is not particularly exciting, however once you get to the top you can enjoy a wonderful landscape that takes your breath away.

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    Archäologisches Museum

    Hiking Highlight

    The excavation pieces from the nearby Valley of the Temples and other smaller excavation sites can be found here. Very detailed representation, recommended for those interested in antiquity and art, plan enough time

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    Dioskurentempel

    Hiking Highlight

    Doric temple from the middle of the 5th century BC. BC with 6 columns on the narrow side and 13 on the long side. 4 of them standing at the northeast corner, these were erected again

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    Erected around 1200 on the remains of a Doric temple, the remains of which have been excavated and can be viewed in their entirety through a glass floor. Three-aisled church …

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    Wild

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Mixed route that passes from Poggio di Conte, Miccichè house, Pizzo Deli, Rocca Stefano. Challenging slopes on soft and bumpy sections but in a unique Campagnolo context and dirt roads.

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    Herkulestempel

    Hiking Highlight

    Probably in the 6th century BC A Doric temple with a three-tiered substructure, 6 columns on the narrow side and 15 on the long side, 8 of them standing upright.

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    Jupitertempel

    Hiking Highlight

    Formerly the largest temple, collapsed in an earthquake and subsequently used as a quarry. Daheer no longer any preserved building structures, occasionally large capitals. A large Telamon is in the original and erected in the archaeological museum

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    Kathedrale San Gerlando

    Hiking Highlight

    Three-aisled church on the highest point of the city. built in the 11th century, simple portal. Unfinished tower added in the 15th century. Inside, the wooden ceiling with preserved painting is well worth seeing

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    Vedetta

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Monte Genuardo, a protected reserve with many paths and trails inside. Breathtaking view from the highest point at about 1200m

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    Diozesanmuseum (Mudia)

    Hiking Highlight

    Small but worth seeing museum with relics from the founding years of the cathedral, liturgical objects and pictures. Entry included if you take the route to the tower in the cathedral to see the wooden ceiling up close

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