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Saline Della Laguna

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This USA gal was truly impressed

We stopped with friends from Marsala, we were so impressed with the workings of this area. The... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Indianapolis, Indiana
Interesting visit

Stopped on the way from Marsala to Erice. We didn’t go into the museum, but it’s worth a stop just... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Contrada Ettore Infersa, 91025, Marsala, Sicily, Italy
+39 0923 733003
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped with friends from Marsala, we were so impressed with the workings of this area. The beautiful windmills and the amazing colors of the water as it changed to pink in its process. We sat and had a glass of wine and enjoyed the...More

Thank Travelinglady1022
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped on the way from Marsala to Erice. We didn’t go into the museum, but it’s worth a stop just to take photos. It remind me of ones I used to see in Spain.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We didn’t do a tour but the views at sunset after a trip to Mozia were amazing. Just do it! Have an Aperol spritz at Mamma Caura to finish the day .

Thank Liz W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

So pleased we made the visit to learn about an every day condiment that one uses without giving the slightest thought as to how it is made and ends up on the shop shelf. English speaking tour guide, takes one through the salt harvesting process...More

Thank AngeYorkEngland
Reviewed September 10, 2018 via mobile

This working salt farm and small museum and gift shop is well worth a visit. The terrain is beautiful, the museum is very interesting, and the products are tasty. All of the salt made here is made by hand.

Thank MkTrekker
Reviewed September 5, 2018 via mobile

We came to the Salines around 5pm as we wanted to see the sunset. At our arrival, the parking lot was nearly empty, the signs CLEARLY said “gratuito e non custodito” (free and unsupervised parking). Barely out of the car, a man approached us pretending...More

Thank jennifero368
Reviewed July 25, 2018

We went to this attraction as part of our tour. For some of our tour group seeing salt , tasting salt were pretty old hat. There were some other aspects of this tourist attraction which were more innovative e g bathing in salt ,tasting salt...More

Thank Leon B
Reviewed July 15, 2018

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

Thank _beata_halawin
Reviewed July 15, 2018 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 July 9, 2018

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
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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.
August 7, 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.