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This is a very small, family-run museum located inside an old mill. The owner gives a very good and entertaining tour around the museum which is also suitable for children. At the end of the tour, there is the possibility to visit the "salina" next...More
this was a highlight for me on our trip thru Siicily. A family owned business, they not only still produce salt in the traditional way but they give a great tour (in several languages) that is very informative. There is also a restaurant here, although...More
The museum is worth a quick visit and gives you an interesting introduction to the technicalities of salt making. I had been here previously in April, which provide a much better view of the different stages of salt making, in July there was not much...More
Before visiting the little museum I read all the super enthusiastic recensions and wondered whether they were true or written by their friends :-) After the visit I can just confirm everything! A super cute museum run by the grandchildren of the owner. All of...More
We had a great time visiting Museo del Sale. We learned a lot and were able to walk around the property to see the salt pans and how the process works. We then enjoyed wine and appetizers in their restaurant. It was worth the trip...More
The museum and salt mining has been in the family for 3 generations. We arrived to be welcomed by one of the family who talked us through the history and explained how salt was mined. This is the oldest salt mine in Europe. They use...More