Greco-Roman quarter (areae ellenistico-romano)

Interesting
This vast urban complex accommodates the ruins of many houses, some of which have retained parts of their geometrically patterned or figurative mosaics. The area is above all remarkable for its grid layout, abiding by the rules set by the Greek town-planner Hippodamos of Milet: the large main streets (or decumani) cross at right angles with the narrower streets.

Useful information

Adresse : 

S 118

Opening hours

closed for refurbishment

Nearby tourist attractions

Agrigento Regional archaeological museum
Agrigento Regional archaeological museum
Partially located in the former San
120 minutes
Saint Biagio Church, Temple of Déméter (S. Biagio)
Saint Biagio Church, Temple of Déméter (S. Biagio)
This small 13C Norman church, converted
15 minutes
Early-Christian Antiquarium
Early-Christian Antiquarium
Set up in the Casa Pace, this centre
60 minutes
Phalaris' Oratorium (Oratorio di Falaride)
Phalaris' Oratorium (Oratorio di Falaride)
This was probably a small Greek temple
Iconographic Antiquarium of the Hill of Temples
Iconographic Antiquarium of the Hill of Temples
The centre, set up in the rustic setting
60 minutes
Temple of the Concorde (Tempio della Concordia)
Temple of the Concorde (Tempio della Concordia)
The temple, which has been kept intact,
90 minutes
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Saint Biagio Church, Temple of Déméter (S. Biagio)
Saint Biagio Church, Temple of Déméter (S. Biagio)
This small 13C Norman church, converted
15 minutes
Phalaris' Oratorium (Oratorio di Falaride)
Phalaris' Oratorium (Oratorio di Falaride)
This was probably a small Greek temple
Temple of the Concorde (Tempio della Concordia)
Temple of the Concorde (Tempio della Concordia)
The temple, which has been kept intact,
90 minutes
See all