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Saline Della Laguna

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Contrada Ettore Infersa, 92105, Marsala, Sicily, Italy
+39 0923 733003
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Its a lake

Its a lake and full of water. People go fishing, but not with any success I was told. There are... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Royston, United Kingdom
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Lovely spot

Really interesting salt museum with a mill you can look around and useful videos explaining salt... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Contrada Ettore Infersa, 92105, Marsala, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Its a lake and full of water. People go fishing, but not with any success I was told. There are also boat trips round islands which may appeal to some

Thank Stuart_Donald
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Really interesting salt museum with a mill you can look around and useful videos explaining salt extraction. Good cafe overlooking the sea

Thank on_foot_explorer
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

A very worthwhile short stop on our tour. Beautiful landscapes, windmills, salt flats--this coastal spot is mother nature shining her simple beauty. Take a short walk and take in the views and the smell of sea air, stop by the gift shop and purchase some...More

Thank Schellyrae
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

The saline park of Nubia and Paceco among Trapani and Marsala. Very easy to visit by car or cycling. Wonderful landscapes marked by the ancient windmills. A spectacular sunset reflecting on the salted squared fields.

Thank Luisella P
Reviewed 20 October 2017

This is a very interesting place. It's located on the far western tip of Sicily. It's been occupied by every civilization around the Mediterranean since antiquity. This a coastal place of salt ponds where very fine salt is produced commercially. Take a walking tour, and...More

1  Thank James E
Reviewed 16 October 2017

Fantastic place to visit and se all this salt that is made here , amazing view if you are here visit this

Thank lanafiore
Reviewed 12 October 2017

Imagine the Phoenicians on a small island off Sicily, over a lagoon that they could walk over. They chose to make a road in the lagoon so that their chariots can cross. The harvesting of salt - that annual rite of passage of the area....More

Thank Sylvan N
Reviewed 24 September 2017

What a fantastic place and somewhere every visitor to Sicily should visit ! It is a model of what every place of interest should be like . From the free parking to the lovely and helpful lady at the information desk through to the beautifully...More

2  Thank Peter H
Reviewed 29 August 2017

We were driving around Sicily and noticed this spot on the map. An informative and well laid information centre gave us the history of the place and how the industry has evolved. Whilst there is not a lot to see or do here the café...More

1  Thank Bruce_Brechin
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Kitesurfing is great just North of the salina area (in the lagoon). Win d ia coming from north-west and south-west. All days enough for 12m2 in August.

Thank Jean-Paul D
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7 August 2017|
Response from JohnRegoPark | Reviewed this property |
The water dries up in late summer. Anytime from now through September would be your best bet. Once the rains come in the fall, the pans are diluted and so are the colors.