Get ready to discover an extraordinary place - the salt pans of Trapani.
The reserve covers about 1,000 hectares of land, consisting of large white pools used for the "cultivation" of salt, inhabited by many species of birds such as the avocet, the elegant pink flamingo, the gull and other varieties of migratory birds. Use binoculars to see the wild animals living in this place. The windmills, symbol of the reserve, were once used for salt processing.
Choose your preferred time of the day among sunrise, morning, afternoon and sunset to start your tour. You can admire the awakening of nature, observe the daily routine of the local fauna and also enjoy a fantastic sunset in a unique place. Visit the Salt Museum of Trapani and the Salt Worker Path (Percorso del Salinaro.)