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Il posto giusto in cui mangiare delle ottime focacce condite con prodotti tipici siciliani.
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“a roman old villa with big part of the inside still there, it's a piece of story”
“Visita a chiese meravigliose , antiche ,di arte e cultura. Le splendide catacombe di santa Maria dei greci , la chiesa di San Nicola; il museo e tanto altro ancora....”
Point of Interest
“The ruins rank among the most impressive and captivating archaeological sites in Sicily. The archaeological park covers a vast area. Many visitors will never make it to the farthest ruins; if you want to explore thoroughly, you should allow a minimum of 3-4 hours. Wear sensible shoes and take water, a hat and sun protection. There are some shady spots in a valley within the site where you could picnic. Opposite the entrance there are souvenir stalls and a bar with tables where you can buy drinks, snacks and freshly-made rolls. Toilets are available by the first group of temples. There is a little electric 'train' service which runs around the site on a couple of different-length itineraries.”
“AREAS OF NATURAL BEAUTY Situated midway between Sciacca and Agrigento, just south of the small town of Montallegro, Torre Salsa Nature Reserve comprises over 760 hectares of pristine coastline and around 6km of gorgeous sandy beaches. Instituted in 2000, it is managed by the WWF. The reserve’s territory features a wide variety of landscapes including hills, winter torrents, chalk cliffs, arable fields and wetlands, all of which provide the perfect natural habitat for numerous species of animals and birds, and excellent walking opportunities for visitors. The transparent, many-blue-hued waters that lap the coast are rich in marine life, making scuba diving and snorkelling popular pursuits. The golden sandy beaches, the longest of which runs around a curvaceous bay in the eastern part of the reserve, are the real draw for visitors, however, and it is possible to walk for miles along them. At the western boundary of the reserve, the beach continues for some 5km up to Eraclea Minoa. The transparent, many-blue-hued waters that lap the coast are rich in marine life, making scuba diving and snorkelling popular pursuits. There are four main entrances to the reserve, all accessible from Montallegro. Dirt tracks from two of these wind through the reserve down to the WWF parking area. From there it is a short stroll to the beach, which, even in high summer, is sparsely populated. There are no facilities in the reserve, so if you’re planning on spending several hours there, it is best to come prepared with food, water and an umbrella.”