B&B Laguna dei Fenici

Area around the Stagnone

Stagnone

The area around the Stagnone and the city of Marsala offers plenty of attractions to suit all tastes:

 

Boccafiume beach-Spiaggia di Boccafiume

This lovely beach of sand and pebbles is situated at the mouth of the river Birgi which marks the border with the neighbouring province of Trapani.
All around the Stagnone there are also numerous restaurants, pizzerias, sailing and wind-surfing schools, a riding school, a few bars and a playground.

Natural Reserve “Torre San Teodoro”

Within the Reserve there is a public beach but it is also possible to rent umbrellas and sunbeds from a small restaurant on the beach which offers food and beverages. From this point it is also possible to walk all the way to the Isola Lunga, crossing a short stretch of sea where the water never gets above knee-height.

Sea-salt Mines “Ettore Infersa” and Salt Museum

(Within walking or cycling distance of the villa)
Tel 0923 966936

Tour of the lagoon and its islands

Numerous agencies organize excursions around the islands of Isola Lunga, Santa Maria and La Schola using small boats. Alternatively, it is possible to tour the Stagnone and circumnavigate the islands on a canoe or paddle boat.
On the Isola Lunga there are other sea-salt mines, a luxuriant wood made up of maritime pines and the famous beach of Thaiti, with its white, fine sand and crystal-clear water.

Motya and the Whitaker Museum

(The Pier is situated at only 1km from the villa, it can also be reached walking or cycling)
Tel 0923 712598
Visit the Casa dei Mosaici, the ancient Cothon (artificial inner harbour typical of Phoenician settlements), and the statue of the “Charioteer”.