Travel in Italy as an Italian
This region has been producing bright white salt with intense flavor since Phoenician times, and a Museum of Salt lays out the process in a restored windmill, with everything from diagrams of the Archimedes screws used to pump water between flats to the wide, straight shovels used for skimming the salt into towering white mounds.
The ancient Greek temple of Segesta can make a valid claim to be the best preserved in the world, and its amphitheatre boasts a hilltop position on Mount Barbaro second to none.
Erice is an unforgettable medieval hilltown with ancient origins in Sicily. The sober historic town is surrounded by defensive town walls, crowned by a castle, and dominates the surrounding area.
The Saline della Laguna are located in western Sicily, on the coast connecting Trapani to Marsala. A unique area in front of the island of Mothia, on the famous "salt route", which offers visitors many opportunities.
Restaurant on stilts over the sea with a view of Egadi.
At 8:30 AM a private transfer will take you up from your Hotel to Segesta, where you will have time for free visit of the archaeological park (tickets for access to the park are included).
At 11:30 AM we will move from Segesta to Erice where you will have free time, visiting this beautiful medieval village on top of the Mount Erice, still in great shape and lunch on your own.
At 3:30 PM we will move to the salt flats of Marsala, at 4:30 PM we will arrive to visit the salt flats and the museum. At 6:30 PM we will move to Marausa and dinner at a restaurant on stilts over the sea with a view of Egadi (Pre-established fish menu consisting of four courses, drinks included; other menus available if booked in advance, any intolerances and allergies to be reported at the time of booking).
At 9:00 PM you will be brought back to the hotel.
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