A little gem recommended by our friend (and Italian travel mentor) Mary Redekop was a little Moorish church, just north of Selinunte and on our way north to Segesta. This one was tricky to find. Tucked away and found because of random signs for a resort of the same name, we found the little church. A significant monument of Arab-Norman architecture, from around the mid 12th century. The door to the basement was not locked, letting us into a small and simple crypt. Then the cook at the resort next door let us inside the church on the main level (for two euro each, which he quickly pocketed). It contained the tomb stones of the Saporito family who owned the church since 1880 (and still do). It has the characteristic Greek cross layout, inserted in a square, with 3 apses, a central cupola and embedded arches. It takes it's name from the Delia river.