A land to be discovered and lived fully. Art and culture mix together with the scents and the intense blue of the sea, the uncontaminated nature and the flavours of the table. The town has the print of Baroque,Arab and Norman architectural style. The land is as genuine and authentic as its people, who is always warmly ready to welcome tourists home.
La città presenta nel suo perimetro storico numerosi esempi di architettura sacra di impianto barocco e arabo-normanno. Si tratta di una valle autentica e genuina come la gente che la abita e che vi aspetta con calore e accoglienza.
Once Mazara was called the one-hundred-churches town. In fact, Mazara del Vallo is seat of the most ancient episcopate in Sicily. Wonderful churches rich in art to be admired and a rich story to be told. The landscape alternates between natural lakes and moist areas and woods and maquis, green oasis where a rich variety of sedentary and peregrin birds live together, ideal place for whom loves bird-watching and open air sports. The territory of Mazara extends from the hills down to the coast of the Mediterranea Sea and its crystalline waters. An authentic paradise for whom practises water sports, loves nature and excursions. Tours and excursions by two-wheeled vehicles are very exciting too.
Mazara del Vallo extends on an ancient Phoenician site, along the western coasts of Sicily, between Boeo Cape and San Marco Cape and it is 200 kilometers far from the Tunisian coasts. The town was a Greek trading centre, but it gained its magnificence under Arab and Norman domination.Discover the Baroque path
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Mazara has always been linked to the wonderful Sicilian sea. During the Phoenician Period it was an important seaport and it has always kept on its fishing tradition. Today Mazara is seat of the most important fishing fleet in the Mediterranea Sea.Mazara's sea