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“Salt Salt and Salt”

Riserva Naturale Saline Di Trapani E Paceco
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Segesta Erice and Salt Pans Full Day Excursion
Ranked #3 of 93 things to do in Trapani
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Sydney
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10 reviews
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“Salt Salt and Salt”
Reviewed October 31, 2012

A glimpse into the past salt industry. Windmills, salt mountains and picturesque scenery. Definitely worth a quick visit

Visited October 2012
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 39 helpful votes
“Very well preserved museum!”
Reviewed October 29, 2012

It is a very nice and well preserved salt museum perched on an inland of Nubia frazione di Paceco.... As soon as you head out of the Birgi town and a very short drive you arrive to this small but beautifully settled place. This is a small museum but great in information about this very old trade. It consists of a small typical trapanese restaurant and as soon as you enter it you smell that sea water smell... Aaahhhh very relaxing! Approximetely you enter a small door to this small museum and you find yourself inside a well preserved windmill.... A big room filled with all the tools (old) that used to be used back in time. You can go up the stairs to get a magnificent view of the sea and the city of Trapani.

Visited October 2012
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“Interesting place to stop for a half hour”
Reviewed October 22, 2012

Dont take a tour or pay to go into the salt museum(building witht he windmill), its a good half hour stop where you can walk around the salt pans.

Visited October 2012
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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“An atmospheric and fascinating place”
Reviewed September 24, 2012

The salt museum, at Nubia (near Paceco) is a good place to start. Old equipment, old photos and diagrams give fascinating background information to the salt-making process. (There is a good restaurant attached to this 300 year old building, which has a restored windmill.) The 16th century tower of Nubia is nearby - you can't miss it.
Surrounding the museum are the lagoons of sea water, of different depth, in which the sea salt is formed as the water evaporates. If you are lucky you will see them digging the salt and piling it into huge heaps beside the pans.
Further down the coast, near the island of Mozia and the small town of Salinagrande, are more salt pans, and several windmills. The road runs beside the pans so it is a paradise for photographers, especially if they are digging salt. The Egardi islands are visible just off the coast. As you are facing west, there are usually glorious sunsets which makes the area very romantic and picturesque.

Visited September 2012
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