Extending over approximately 986 hectares, the Trapani saltpans represent a unique habitat for a very precious bird life and flora, giving hospitality to more than 200 animal species, as well as plant species, both macroscopic and microscopic, endemic and with a wide geographical distribution. Its natural marshes, in fact, are a valuable food resource for […]
Trapani sea salt, compared to others, contains more magnesium, potassium, iodine, flourine, sulphur, calcium and a lower quantity of sodium chloride. Obtained by simply letting sea water evaporate inside big tanks placed on the coast of Trapani in an evocative context, windmills and white pyramids which become pink at sunset, within two splendid protected areas: […]