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Riserva Naturale Orientata Saline di Trapani e Paceco

Doporučuje 29 místních ·

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Alessia
Alessia
May 09, 2016
The natural reserve is home to the ancient tradition of sea-salt production. Windmills dot the horizon, piles of harvested salt, neatly covered with terracotta tiles, lie between the road and the basins waiting to be despatched.
Emanuele
Emanuele
April 21, 2016
Salt Fields and Wind Mills
Antonella  E Giuseppe
Antonella E Giuseppe
April 20, 2016
Nature and human beings...when salt farm respect nature and make it be more beautiful.
Girolamo
Girolamo
October 20, 2014
Things you must see around Organic Farm Gelsi
Eleonora
Eleonora
August 14, 2014
Natural reserve, salt quarries

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Sicily, 91027
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