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This is not some place you will spend a lot of time, maybe 1/2 to 1 hour but it is well worth the trip.It is all about the salt, were it comes from how it is produced and for me the taste. i grabbed 3...More
Trapani and the area of Trapani is very well known for the produce of sea salt. If you go from the airpor along the sea side, you get to see many salinas around, which is very pretty, therefore I decided I want to see some...More
We absolutely loved this place. The staff are friendly and welcoming, and spoke very good English. There is a film that describes the history of the salt pans and how the salt is harvested, which is offered in a variety of languages. The little museum...More
We did a tour with Alessio from Trapani Emotions and it was fantastic!
We stopped off at a salt pan before the main ones and were fortunate enough to see flamingoes and also a large flock flying in the distant. With the evening setting sun...More
I was not expecting windmills in Sicily, but the sight of them juxtaposed with salt pans and mounds of harvested salt was a surprise. It looks like Greece. But that's why you travel, so that you can learn and stop making assumptions and end stereotypes....More
The salt pans and windmills are beautiful. Something of even more interest to us was the nearby ancient Phoenician settlement at Mozia (also written as Mothia). A small boat takes you out into the channel for a 10 minute trip to the island. There is...More
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