DEADALUS AND HIS BATHS

Mount Kronio with its strong currents of hot air is the place where perhaps Icarus, the son of Daedalus, fell due to the melting of the wax that held the feathers together and formed his wings. It is a less famous version of the legend of Icarus.

His father Daedalus, a famous Athenian architect who had built the labyrinth of Crete for King Minos, instead landed safe and sound among these hills. And here, with his ingenuity, he created spas to channel the sulphurous vapours with legendary therapeutic properties.

A legendary healing experience that you too can try among vapours, landscapes and the discovery of Mediterranean plants.

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DEADALUS AND HIS BATHS

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AVAILABILITY: varies according to weather conditions
DURATION: 3h30
MINIMUM OF PARTICIPANTS: 2
MAXIMUM OF PARTICIPANTS: 25
CONTRIBUTION: 40€/per person including annual insurance worth 10€

DISCOUNT FOR FAMILIES AND GROUPS:
≥ 6 people 35€/pp
≥ 10 people 25€/pp

WHAT IS INCLUDED:
– visit of the caves with the presence of vaporous phenomena where the heat comes out
– visit of the abandoned quarries where marine fossils can be seen
– visit the sanctuary of San Calogero with a panoramic view.

ITINERARY FEATURES:
ROUTE: Rocky Path
DISTANCE: about 7.5 km
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Medium (level recommended for those with good muscular and cardiovascular endurance)
ALTITUDE: 260 m
SUGGESTED OUTFIT: comfortable, elastic and breathable clothin rain- jacket. Cap or bandana. Backpack with water and energy snacks. Wrap-around glasses are also useful for protection from ultraviolet rays. Trekking shoes and poles are highly recommended.

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  • Store Name: Museo Diffuso Dei 5 Sensi
  • Vendor: Museo Diffuso Dei 5 Sensi
  • Address: Piazza Libertà 2
    92019
    Sciacca
    AGRIGENTO
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PORTA SAN SALVATORE

Porta San Salvatore è una delle principali porte antiche della città, vestigia di un tempo passato, di guerre, assedi, dominazioni.
Ci raccontano del periodo normanno, intorno all’anno 1000, quando il Conte Ruggero conquistava la Sicilia dominata dagli arabi. Ci parlano del periodo spagnolo con Federico III d’Aragona che nel 1300 ordinò la grande cinta muraria includendo i borghi. Sono parte delle fortificazioni volute nel 1500 dal Vicerè De Vega.
Uno di questi bastioni di guerra, quello proprio affianco a Porta San Salvatore, è oggi la sede del Museo Diffuso dei 5 Sensi. Lì dove ci si difendeva con le armi respingendo i nemici oggi si viene accolti con un sorriso e un saluto di benvenuto: assabenedica!

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