a permanent fire red colour
The famous rose-coloured sunsets over the salt pans on the coast of Marsala take on a permanent fire red colour, which seems to set fire to the sea and frame the Stagnone nature reserve. Even the surrounding countryside seems to blush with the emotion of the autumnal change. The rows of vines, now stripped of their juicy fruit, show an increasingly purplish foliage that appears to accelerate this atmosphere of renewed productivity between the fermenting of the renowned wine cellars and the preparation of the saltwater tanks for future harvests.
In the Punic trench at the intersection of its two arms lies the castle of Norman...
The original name of Marsala, from the Arab “Marsa-Allah” meaning port of God...