In the morning, depart to Segesta to visit the unfinished Doric temple, late 5th century BC, which keeps in its stones the weight of a long history, surrounded by a unique landscape. Continue to Erice, placed on the top of a hill overlooking the city of Trapani and the Egadi Islands. Wander through its ancient streets and visit some of the famous homemade pastry shops—world-famous for marzipan candies and other delicacies like almond and pistachio pastries: walk through its tiny and characteristic streets. Lunch on your own. Down to Trapani, we travel through the Saltpans to see the historic salt flats works, where the ancient tradition of harvesting salt from the sea is still practiced. In alternative, you might visit Marsala, Here, see evidence of the influence of the Roman, Norman and Spanish civilizations as you visit the Marsala Cathedral, which was built on the foundations of a preexisting Norman castle. Marsala is also famous for the production of excellent Marsala wines. Back to Palermo in the late afternoon.