ARGIMUSCO: Friday 21 August meeting at 9.30 at the Megalithic Site of Argimusco, a potential candidate for World Heritage Site and considered the Italian Stonehenge.
Argimusco is a mysterious, enchanting and fascinating plateau formed by megaliths with anthropomorphic and zoomorphic shapes. It is located in the territory of Montalbano Elicona (ME).
In this area there are numerous rocks of quartz sandstone modeled in extremely curious and particular forms, anthropomorphic and zoomorphic, whose nature is to be associated with wind erosion although popular tradition attributes them to an ancient human intervention.
Place of care and attendance of the most important emperors of Sicilian history such as Frederick II of Swabia.
The plateau boasts breathtaking 360 ° views. You can admire Mount Etna, the Aeolian Islands, the curious Rocca Salvatesta and Montagna di Vernà mountains, Capo Tindari, Capo Calavà and Capo Milazzo up close.