Motya, or Mothia, was the most important Phoenician-Punic town in West-Sicily, built on a small island in front of the coast. It had a large industrial quarter and in punic times was surrounded by a city wall and city gates to defend itself against the attacks of the Greek tyrants of Sicily.
Address: Isola San Pantaleo, ferry for visitors departs from the Saline di Ettore Infersa
Openingtimes: summer 09:30 - 18:30 (april through october), winter 09:00 - 15:00
Prices: Euro 9,00 (students Euro 5,00 and groups Euro 6,00) excluding ferry
The information has been updated for 2016 but prices and opening hours may vary.