The ancient Lilybeo, is a city of art and culture. Its origins date back to the destruction of the island of Mozia (397 BC) by Dionysius the Elder, tyrant of Syracuse. The city is famous for the landing of Garibaldi and the thousand and 11 May 1860 for its production of Marsala wine, for which, since 1987, the City of Wine. It rises on the ruins of the ancient Punic Lilybaeum (Lilibeum in Latin), whose name derives from the name of lilibetani (in addition to that of Marsala) for its inhabitants. In the historic center of the ancient imposes the baroque buildings that bear witness to the various dominations over time. Garibaldi and the Thousand precious documents are preserved in St. Peter’s Complex, the heart of the Jewish quarter. To visit the gallery of Carmine, the museum of Flemish tapestries and the church of San Giovanni al Boeo, with the Sibyl. Along the formwork, theaters and churches: faith and folklore together.