We left Cornino to begin the journey back to our starting point but through the south of Sicily. Our first stop was at Selinunte, an archeological site with old Roman Temples. The site was huge, a few kilometers long. Some temples were reconstructed, others were still in thousands pieces. We were free to explore, enter, climb, touch any area of the site. It was great.
Our next stop was at “Scala dei Turchi”; this was a big white rock on the sea shore, that appeared to be sculpted as a staircase. It was also the only access point for a beach surrounded by those white cliffs.
We dropped our luggage at our B&B in Licata, which is half way between Trapani and Catania. We tried to find a restaurant in Licata, however parking was totally impossible. It was the city’s anniversary and everyone was on the street. We managed to find a local pizzeria, just outside the city center where we got 2 pizza and a large bottle of sparklying water for only 9 euro. We were the only tourist. Only one day left.