Walkers and hikers will find this area as an ideal starting point for several solutions.
Legambiente handles the natural reserve of Santa Ninfa and organizes excursions with experienced guides.

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  • The reserve of the cave and gypsum of Santa Ninfa
    A walk with the expert guides of Legambiente, which manages the nature reserve where the Feudo del Biviere is immersed.

  • The discovery of the native Sicilian vineyards
    A walk from the panoramic terrace, within the karst Valley of Biviere, to experience views of vineyards and the explanation of its several types, methods of cultivation and harvesting.

  • The discovery of the typical olive trees of the Belice Valley
    A walk from the panoramic terrace, within the karst Valley of Biviere, stopping under the olive trees of the cultivar characteristic Nocellara of Belice Valley. Snack of “pani cunzatu and alivi”.

  • Guided mountain biking in the woods of Mount Finestrelle
    Withdrawal of bicycles and departure from the rooftop terrace of the Feudo del Biviere. Hike along the integral reserve and going into the woods until you reach the picnic area, up till the rich ethno-anthropological museum.

  • Excursion in the cave of Santa Ninfa
    Meeting of participants at the picnic area of Legambiente, near the entrance of the cave of Santa Ninfa. Delivery of the equipment by the speleological and excursion description guides of Legambiente.

  • The heritage of modern and contemporary art
    A wealth of unsuspected worth that one offered by great monumental works and land art examples.

  • The heritage of the archaeological area – Greek route
    An extraordinary heritage of archaeological sites within a few kilometers from the Feudo. The visit starts from the site of Selinunte, major archaeological area in the world, and continues to the cave of Cusa, excavation and extraction of monumental temples of ancient Greek origins.

  • The archaeological heritage of the area – Phoenician route
    Immersed in the Stagnone of Marsala and surrounded by the ancient salt pans and the characteristic windmills, Mothia is an open air Museum of Carthaginian art and culture with its extraordinary mosaics and an important antiquaries. Close to Mothia there are the old saline Ettore Infersa and the salt Museum.

  • The heritage of the archaeological area – Segesta, Erice
    Last refuge of Hasdrubal Barca during the first Punic War, Erice represents better than any other place the succession of the cultures in Sicily, at first Roman, later Arabic and Norman.