Termini Imerese is a little village which is famous for the wonderful archaeological site of Himera
Termini Imerese is a wonderful small corner of the Mediterranean coast, located at the foot of a mountain which slips down to the sea.
The local cuisine, traditions, warm waters of its spa and the hospitality of the people make this beautiful village a fascinating and unforgettable destination for your holiday. Near Termini Imerese you’ll find the wonderful archaeological site of Himera; situated on the north coast of the island, it was an important Greek city, but today the only recognizable ruins in this city is the Necropolis and the Tempio della Vittoria, built to commemorate the defeat of the Carthaginians.
The beaches near Termini Imerse are Mondello, Isola delle Femmine, Capaci, Trabia, Cefalù.
People live here:
It is famous for:
The writer Paolo Balsamo
The historian Niccolò Palmièri
The painters Vincenzo La Barbera, Antonino Spatafora, Salvatore Contino, Salvatore Contino
The paleontologist, ethnologist Giuseppe Patiri
The actor Francesco Mulè
The musician Giuseppe Mulè
The sculptor Filippo Sgarlata
The engineer Peter Mole
The journalist Cosimo Cristina
The director Aurelio Grimaldi
Sagra dei Maccarruna ‘ntà maidda, food festival
The lively Nativity
How to get there:
Follow E90 to Via Giovanni Falcone e Paolo Borsellino/SS113 in Termini Imerese. Take exit Termini Imerese from E90. Continue on SS113. Drive to Via Stesicoro.
Terre di Himera Country House
Il Gabbiano Hotel 3*
Casale Impalastro B&B
Palavic Residence 4*
County House La Targa Florio Hotel 3*
Hotel Piccolo 3*
B&B Villa Fenice
Ristorante Secondo Tempo
Trattoria del Canale
Piazza Duomo 7, 90018 Termini Imerese
Santi e peccatori
Lungomare Cristoforo Colombo, 90018 Termini Imerese