The Sicilian coast is dominated by the typical Mediterranean vegetation and rocky inlets of many colours, also formed by limestone reliefs. The Tonnara is surrounded by a vast Mediterranean garden, where you can observe typical wildlife and even some occasional foxes passing by!
Typical Mediterranean vegetation predominates in the area close to the sea, and looking around you will find prickly pears in the most unusual places, such as on the top of the stacks, which are always kept under watch by the seagulls.
The Mediterranean flora is rich in unique species: Mediterranean pine, lentisk, euphorbia, capers, dwarf palm, myrtle, carob and other plants typical of the area.
An enchanted place out of time but surrounded by the wonders of the Sicilian territory, connected to the main places of interest. Whether you are interested in the Salt Pans of Marsala, or the Greek ruins of Selinunte, we can suggest you some must-see places and experiences.