To get lost, go right. Or left.
Fog is a characteristic feature of the medieval town of Erice.
When we were there the fog was very dense at first, then got a little lighter. Sometimes it would all of a sudden rise and almost disappear, then it would return again. The town looked very beautiful in this mist, but, alas, no view to the valley, or sea, or city of Trapani below.
So I can only believe what the guidebook says:
"The glorious view embraces Monte Cofano, Trapani, the Egadi Islands, and on a clear day it's even possible to catch a distant watercolor glimpse of Cap Bon, some 170 km/106 mi away in Tunisia."
I wish I could see that too, but if I had to choose I would go for fog.
The streets of Erice were most probably paved in the late 19th century.
Erice, Sicily. 2018