While Marsala holidays might mean little more to potential visitors than an opportunity to sample its famous wine, there is plenty more to attract you to this beautiful city. Located along the Mediterranean coast in Italy, Marsala has a rich history worth exploring. Built on an ancient city, it has since blossomed into a vibrant holiday destination for those seeking delicious cuisine, spirited culture and charming historical attractions. One thing is for sure, whether you’re seeking glorious churches and vast town squares or a chance to check out Sicily’s vineyards, holidays to Marsala are something to fall in love with.
Wine and Dine
As well as its glorious backdrop, Marsala is known for its pristine beaches. Surrounded with pristine waters, the area is perfect for keen divers and windsurfers as well as those looking to top up their tans. Explore the nearby town of Marzara del Vallo with its sand-swept beaches and authentic fishing village feel. Back in the city, you’ll find plenty of stunning architecture worth catching a glimpse of. Here is where you’ll find picturesque wineries and charming churches to feast your eyes upon, as well as the famed sculptures of the Gagini brothers. Culture vultures should check out the numerous museums on holidays in Marsala, from the Museo degli Arazzi with its Flemish tapestries to the Museo Archeologico di Baglio Anselmi located just nearby. Visitors looking to see how Marsala wine is produced should head to Cantine Florio for its tours, followed by a dose of the delicious wine – cheers!