It is said you can see more Greek ruins in Sicily than in Greece itself.
Which isn’t surprising. When it was part of Greater Greece, Sicily’s population exceeded three million, more than that of Athens and Sparta combined.
Some experts even claim the Temple of Concordia in Sicily is the best-preserved Greek temple in the world, better than the Parthenon. And it’s only one of the ten Greek Doric temples at Valle dei Templi—the largest archaeological site in the world. Which is why Magellan and I decided we needed a full day there.