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Saline Della Laguna

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Open today: 09:30 - 19:00
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Fascinating tour

Amazing place with a great view on old windmills and fields with salt. Great photos and nice... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Warsaw, Poland
Fascinating history of salt production

Well worth a visit. The museum is housed in an old windmill and the process of production is... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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Contrada Ettore Infersa | Senza Numero Civico, 92105, Marsala, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

Amazing place with a great view on old windmills and fields with salt. Great photos and nice restaurant opposite so you can admire the view. Beata

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Well worth a visit. The museum is housed in an old windmill and the process of production is explained well with videos and graphic displays. You can taste different flavoured salts after the tour, though they are quite expensive to buy.

Thank ross l
Reviewed 1 week ago

there is not that much do in this little town, but the Salt Flats are fun and fascinating. This is hard work for these men, and the covering of the salts in the winter was really cool. You can tour the operating flats and see...More

Thank Corinne P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had a Tour of the Salt Laguna with a salt tasting . Interesting story on the salt making process . The tasting was good as we tried different types of sea salt with bread , fruit , chocolate, tomatoes . The guide was very...More

Thank idiggy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were taken to this place as part of our tour of Sicily. It was wonderful seeing how sea salt was still being harvest the ancient way. There is a museum on the premises and you get to see a film about salt production as...More

Thank myraevans1942
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The whole area is amazing and sunset in particular is a great time to go. My only complaint is that walking there isn't easy as there's only a street for cars and little walking space. Ideally you could walk there after visiting Mozia but it's...More

Thank Windra
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We tryed recommendation from advisor to visit salt windmill It was good experience about salty industry, so we bought some samples . I think that exposition is too small for long time stay if you only visit windmill.

Thank jenik40
Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

The art of this harvest is clearly a source of pride for this town. This tour was great, interesting, and offered insight unknown before to our group. The shopping opportunities at the end are unmatched.

Thank Megan W
Reviewed 22 May 2018 via mobile

The Saline della Laguna offers a very nice tour and a well curated, small, museum about the salt production. The place itself is extremely picturesque and worth the visit for the views of the salt beds and windmills alone. A short guided tour and museum...More

Thank Marc T
Reviewed 28 April 2018 via mobile

Today we visited the "Saline" and got a very pleasant surprise. 15€ looked a bit expensive for it but honestly, it was worth it! Good 10' video to introduce main concepts, nice walking tour around with great views! As part of the local culture and...More

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5 July 2018|
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Response from Windra | Reviewed this property |
I don't know how good public transport is in this particular area. If you want to see the sunset I'd recommend renting a car, the best option to be completely flexible.
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.