There's not much left here but it is conveniently located as you enter Ortygia Island. All over Sicilian towns like this one are a few blocks of land here and there where Greek ruins are preserved. It's great that historical ruins are being preserved. Bravo. This one is pretty sparse.
If you parked outside the island (which I recommend), this is easy to see. You can tell the remnants of outline of the temple but other than knowing how old it is, it's not that impressive. Still worth the stop.
The Temple of Apollo was at the end of the street where our Airbnb was located. It proved to be a convenient rendezvous point for our hosts and for meeting friends. You can't wander among the (fragmentary) ruins but the area around them is a pleasant place to listen to street musicians, visit the market or just gaze at the... 更多
This was on my list to see but didn't realise it could be seen in 10mins another small one across the road. Much more interested in the markets which had a wonderful display of everything for the dinner table. Next came the Cathedral . 2Euros to enter but I must admit I do like to see the greatness of these... 更多
There we were out shopping and having a look around, and this turns up. Very interesting and worth a ten minute inclusion in a walk around Ortigia.
Locals have the opportunity here to make this ancient relic beautiful but it's largely ignored, it is free to see but only if you are going that way it is not worth a special trip. This has great possibilities but perhaps they don't know how to do this in Sicily