Santa Elisabetta is a small town of about 3,500 inhabitants, located 457 metres a.s.l. in the province of Agrigento. Founded in 1620 by Nicola Giuseppe Montaperto, it was successively ruled by the Bonannos and the Lanzas. In 1955, it became politically automomous from the neighboring Aragona. The Mother Church is its most attractive building.