This site was inhabited from ancient times (2nd millenium BC) to Roman times. There are ruins of several buildings (houses, walls, places of cult worship…) outlining what must have been a thriving city. The excellent artifacts have been moved to museums all around Sicily. The necropolis of the site is very evocative with hundreds of tombs carved in rock, a few of which with alabaster walls. Yet again, the location in the middle of the island, this position in the countryside, is very charming.