Marsala Magical Places to Visit in Your Lifetime
Marsala is located at the tip of Sicily, always breezy, it has a pleasant climate even in the summer. Revenue walk from the ancient Porta di Mare today Porta Garibaldi and enjoy the city’s history.
Piazza Loggia with La Chiesa Madre, one of the biggest of Sicily; Via XI Maggio elegant street down town, called “Cassaro”, a place of social and marketable life that you have to visit and where spend your time. Garibaldi Museum and the Convento del Carmine with its remarkable Pinacoteca Comunale are other must of this beautiful town.
Around these magic places there are more jewl to see and visit
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First Magical Places to Visit are:Delicacies you can not miss:
The “pane and panelle” classic example of “street food”
Find a good deep red-hot shop closely Porta Garibaldi right on the stairs of the fish market. Will meet typical dish of the tip of western Sicily: the fish couscous.
Famous in all Mediterranean area Couscous is a very special and sophisticated tasty proposal of Arab heritage. Is made from grains in a potage of fish and seafood mixing a bit ‘ of all the assortments of the Mediterranean.
More Magical Places to Visit are:
Island of Mozia – on the Phoenician’s road.
Within walking distance from the mainland, surrounded by shallow water and easily defendable, Mozia is one of the place of strategic status for trade routes in the Mediterranean.
When Mozia set on fire because the Greeks (397 BC), vanishes from history. Currently Mozia proposals a unique archaeological tour deep in the enchanting Natural Reserve of Stagnone.
Please do not miss the museum and the picnic under the pine trees around.
TIPS: canoe also is another way you can reach Mozia island!
Saline Ettore and Infersa
Along Stagnone Lagoon coast in summer shine thousands piles of salt, spotted with windmills, they chance pink. Principal voice of the economy since 1300 A.D. today this salt when harvested by hand is a niche product.
The salt marshlands are also a special destination for migratory birds such as flamingos and more. Do not miss a visit to the “salt museum.
MUSEUM AND ATTRACTION
Museo Archeologico Baglio Anselmi (Marsala)
Museo del Sale (Saline di Ettore Infersa)
Trapani Egadistar Appartamenti, Villa, Per Affitto Vacanze
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Egadistar Vacation Rental Marsala
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Sports & nature
MOZIA The Stagnone
Lagoon is just a paradise for kite surfers and everybody who love sports, basic and advanced courses of kiting in Sicily, near Trapani airport and natural reserve Lo Stagnone
Marsala, between wind mills and archaeological finds of Mozia island – kite
shipping, holiday packages for the clients of the school. The road from Trapani to Marsala borders the edge of the lagoon and Mothia Island . Enjoy special views of the local saltworks: panels of mirror-like water, detained by thin tiles of earth, with an irregular form and scene. In seats, the profile of a windmill may be distinguished, a reminder of when windmill provided the main resources of pumping the water from the sea and grinding the salt. The sight is even more outstanding in summer when the salt is ready to be collected: The rose-pink hues of the concentrated saline contained in the outer pans vie with those towards the centre of a deeper colour, while the deepest, now dry, sparkle in the sunshine. Since 1984, Mozia lagoon has been nominated a natural reserve of special interest. This area ranges into the sea, and includes the section of coastline between Punta Alga and Capo San Teodoro. The water here is light and very very salty, the ideal circumstances for salt works to be set up all along the coast and on Isola Lunga, where it soon became the main industry; many of these have since decreased into disuse.