Some information about Мarsala
A town in western Sicily, on the extreme western arm of Italy, Marsala is famous thanks to Garibaldi and his Thousand, thanks to the abundance and the aromas of its wines of the same name, and thanks to the ancient Greek and Carthaginian populations who cut through the waters of the Mediterranean and made the Stagnone Lagoon and the island of Mothia their commercial port. The historical centre of Marsala is beautiful with Porta Garibaldi and the Spanish quarter, and the museum with a Punic ship and Callipygian Venus. It has an appealing coastline with palms and equipped beaches. Marsala covers a vast area with all its districts, so much so that it all seems to be one big city.