Very close to our holiday homes is Marsala, which is obviously the home of Marsala. Absolutely to visit the cellars of Florio and Pellegrino, which are the two largest producers in the area. They are historic and therefore very beautiful wineries. For the visit, which includes the tasting, it is advisable to book.
Park your car and walk down to the sea to enjoy the beautiful views, have a dive into the sea and take a sunbath.
Entrance 4 euro per person.
The Trapani and Paceco nature reserve, stretching between the two towns, is one of the island’s few remaining wetlands and became a WWF reserve in 1995. The Stagnone reserve, set up in 1984, protects the Lagoon of Marsala and its four islands. The reserves offer splendid sceneries, with their picturesque windmills, and the vast saltpans whose water is tinged with red at sunset.
Beautiful Cefalù offers a rare combination of tourist attractions: one of Sicliy’s finest beaches side-by-side with one of its greatest Arab-Norman architectural masterpieces.