The Archaeological Park in Selinunte

(Marinella di Selinunte - 91022 Castelvetrano - Trapani)

The Archaeological Park in Selinunte, an ancient Greek town on the southwest coast of Sicily, extends over 250 hectares and conserves the monumental remains of some temples around the acropolis and others on an inland hill, plus some other minor constructions, which all testify to the greatness of ancient Greek architecture.
The sculptures that were found in the Selinunte digs are on display in the National Archaeological Museum in Palermo, with the exception of Efebo of Selinunte which has remained in the site and is displayed in the Castelvetrano Civic Museum.