ERICE Well placed on a mountain top, with an enviable panorama, the ancient city of erice is a destination not to miss. Protected by strong boundaries, 751 m of height onto sea level. She has been Phoenician city and Greek fret. The inside structure has labyrinthine form; among the houses they have courtyards inside similar to parishes and intimate. Erice has two faces: that sunny and bright of the warm summer days and of the winter days when wound in the clouds the town seems to rejoin to its mythical roots and gives the feeling to arrived to a place out of the time and to the reality to the traveller. The medieval atmosphere, the fresh air, the pinetes that surround he, the calm that reigns you and the local craftsmanship they make her one of the destinations privileged by the tourists. MOZIA The small island of Mozia, an ancient Phoenician colony founded in the VIII sec. to.C is surrounded by the low waters of the Natural Reserve Directed of the Stagnone. A path allows you to walk the circumferance of the island and to discover the rests of the Phoenician city. A lost place in time and enchanting where itís possible to admire and inside an unusual Museum there are splendid mosaics in white and black pebbles. Rediscover the past through objects recovered on the same island, study the ceramics Phoenician-puniche and still find the beauty of different sculptures showing divinity as the figuri ne of the Great Mother or the terracotta heads of Greek influence. NATURAL RESERVE OF THE ZINGARO It is a natural reserve from 1981, the Zingaro occupies 8 kms of coast of the peninsula of St. Vito. The vegetation includes some rare kinds as the Dwarf Palm, a symbol of the Reserve and more than 35 kinds of birds, particularly of birds of prey. The mountainous landscape, aspired the passion to trek through the different high grounds and the numerous paths that crossed to follow. It is ideal for on e who wants to rediscover afoot the wild beauty of the nature and the peace of an attainable place. ISLANDS EGADI The three principal islands of the archipelago, Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo. They are surrounded by marvellous backdrops, rich of the period Romano-Punico. The beauty of the submarine fauna and the enchanting flora make the three islands an archaeological and natural patrimony unestimatabile value to make the area marina protetta of the Islands Egadi, the widest of Europe. SEGESTA Guy de Maupassant: "It seems to have been set at the feet of the mountain by a genial man that had had the revelation of the unique point in which he had to be". In effect the temple of Segesta raises him on a solitary hill in imposing and stately way. The Greek Theatre, described in such intuitive way by Maupassant, completes the beauty of the surrounding nature and it becomes every summer tale and song of past life proposing the most beautiful and impassioned tragedies that they already bound the people of the antiquity.