Well, yes...but, Silence was asking about locations that are still suitable for filming a Western.
Western Leone is, like mini-Hollywood, too much of a tourist trap, now. The buildings, generally speaking, are OK and the surrounding terrain is perfect. But, when I was there a few years ago, they had a bunch of modern, sci-fi themed, kiddie rides, spaceships, and stuff around. It would take a lot of work to make the place look like an actual Western town, again.
And the ruins of Flagstone have a major highway running through them. Again, another unusable location.
There are many places still standing that were used in Italian Western films, but they just don't look the same as they did in the 60's (obviously) and are not suitable for making a Western film now.
Los Albaricoques is still standing. The Cortijo de Fraille is still standing (though it is truly about to collapse).
But, none of these would make a good Western film location nowadays.
One place that is still standing that would also still make a good location for filming is the hacienda El Rommeral. The "ranch-house" that was used in A PISTOL FOR RINGO, JOHNNY YUMA, BULLET FOR THE GENERAL, TEPEPA, THE BIG GUNDOWN, I WANT HIM DEAD, and so on.