The diggings are divided into two zones: the east side with the Temples E (V century b.C., probably dedicated to Era), F (the smallest and most ancient, 560-540 b.C), and G (the biggest one, with columns up to 6 m and huge capitals, dated from 550-480 b.C). The west side is the acropolis, with other 5 temples, urban streets in a good state and a massive wall that was raised up on the cliff overlooking a dune beach.
The site can be reached by bus and by train from Castelvetrano, while if you arrive from Mazara del Vallo or Sciacca you need to change bus two times.
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