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Gela
Gela The Essential
Founded by settlers from Crete and Rhodes around the late 7C BC in one of Sicily's most fertile areas, Gela became a wealthy city with great cultural influence (it was here that Aeschylus spent the last years of his life). Having been destroyed several times over the centuries, the town was completely rebuilt by Frederick II in 1230. Today, its economy is largely dependent on the oil industry.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Gela
Fortifications
Fortifications
On the outskirts of Capo Soprano,
90 minutes
Gela Archaeological Museum
Gela Archaeological Museum
The Regional archaeological museum
90 minutes
Gela Spa Complex (Terme)
Gela Spa Complex (Terme)
Here since the hellenic period this spa
30 minutes
Gela Acropolises
Gela Acropolises
The plateia (or Roman decumanus, main
30 minutes