Get in
Several buses a day run from outside the railway station in Castelvetrano to Selinunte. However the timetables are 'not entirely reliable' so be prepared for a long wait.
 By train
 By bus
Adult price: 9 EUR (October 2010), which also permit entry into the remains at Segesta in the following 2 days.
 Get around
As all archeological parks it is a pedestrian area but there is an electric bus running up and down the park taking you from the Temples area to the Acropolis through the harbour.
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The Selnius complex is large and impressive, with excellent views over the coastline beyond.
Near the entrance are three temples: one imposingly re-erected, one partially rebuilt and one a huge pile of stone columns and lintels.
Further on is the Acropolis - the former city has some monumental protetcive walls, especially impressive is the North Gate. Inside are another four temples, again in varying states of repair.
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Enjoy the quiet beaches.
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There are a couple of good local bars in the village in front of the small harbour serving snacks year-round. A good place to relax.
There are restaurants open during the high season, and probably the evening.
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Check with the local tourist office that the hotels are open in Winter.
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