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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Marsala Ferry Port

Famed for its eponymous brand of wine, the coastal town of Marsala on the western tip of Sicily is a site of considerable archaeological importance. The community, located on a triangular point of land that cuts into the warm waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea, is built atop the ruins of a 1st Century Carthaginian city and is just a short distance from the ancient Phoenician town of Motya Island. Along the northern shoreline of Marsala is the Stagnone Lagoon, a uniquely multi-coloured stretch of salt-flats that can boast to be one of only two places in Europe to grow Sea Marigolds. Once a site of the thriving salt industry, the lagoon is now a nature reserve dedicated to protecting the area’s rare miscellany of flora. The ferry port in Masala is located on the southern edge of the town’s “triangle,” just minutes from both the Lilibeo Archaeological Park and the Marsala train station that offers routes into Trapani further north. Vincenzo Florio Airport is just a half hour drive up the SP21 road too. The terminal itself is a compact building with no passenger facilities and a car-park that holds a limited number of spaces. It serves as the departure point for the single route that currently leaves from the port; a Liberty Lines service that sails around the vast curve of the harbour before heading north to the island and town of Favignana less than an hour away.

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