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Riserva Naturale Saline Di Trapani E Paceco

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Garibaldi 138, 91011, Trapani, Sicily, Italy
+39 0923 867700
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Segesta Erice and Salt Pans Full Day Excursion
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Garibaldi 138, 91011, Trapani, Sicily, Italy
+39 0923 867700
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Reviewed 5 October 2017

We definitely recommend a visit to this fascinating area which is located between the towns of Teapani and Paceco. The Nature Reserve was founded in 1995 and is the home of many endemic plant species of Sicily as well as bird and animal life, It...More

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Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

Wooow is enough to say!! One of the most charming place !! Thanks to Trapani Tours for organizing this tour for us!!

Thank mooonique765
Reviewed 30 July 2017

Very romantic spot. Here you can see a beautiful sunset, the magnificent sky colors, the interesting environs, with fields of salt, windmills and great restaurant with a range of vines and good food. If you+re in Trapani, don't miss it!

Thank alexvanpavk
Reviewed 15 July 2017

Interesting to visit and to understand the importancy of the salt in the old periods. The salt was the "old money" which was used as a mode of payment even to soldiers. (It seams that the world salt is related to that). good to understand...More

Thank dan b
Reviewed 23 June 2017

If you drive to the museum of salt, by taking a slight detour, you can reach the salt pans at the seashore. There are windmills that were used to pump seawater into the highest pan; from there the brine would evaporate as it passed into...More

Thank rondi3
Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

Please honor this place with piece and quiet. The Sicilians are truly, the kindest people in the world. This part of world was invaded by all since Ancients times, because it is without question the most beautiful part of the world and every culture wanted...More

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Reviewed 16 May 2017

The view at this location is superb and you can visit the salt museum, buy products and take a ferry to the historic island, a good day out

Thank Julie P
Reviewed 23 April 2017

We rode here from the port. It is possible to do a loop going along the N side of the salt ponds then cutting across and ending up along the coast. It is possible to do most of this on dedicated bicycle trails and it...More

Thank Richard D
Reviewed 28 November 2016 via mobile

A car is needed to get the best out of this experience. The road goes straight through the pans around 2 miles out of trapani and is particularly atmispheric at sunset with the silhouette of windmills against the sky and flat landscape feeling more like...More

Thank ShadwellPaul
Reviewed 26 November 2016

The Riserva is built around abandoned/unused salt ponds, which gives the area a fascinating archaeological bend. You can walk around and see and hear all sorts of wildlife, mostly birds, that have repopulated the area now that they are protected from human predators and development....More

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I went there by my private transport. I don't remember to had seem any public transport.
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