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The salt pans of Trapani, like those of Hector and Inferla at Mozia, near Marsala, represent the famous white and blue landscape of the coast of Trapani.
The salt pans, still active, produce an exceptional salt, thanks to a system of dams that create small lagoons, which are then dried by the sun. Young and old people have worked side by side for centuries in this magical place, which has now become a resting place for many migratory birds along the European-African route.
At sunset, the sun turns the water red and captivates both the heart and eyes. With a glass of white wine in hand, we savor this show of colors that will leave a unique taste of Sicily.