Marsala is a seaport city located in the province of Trapani on the island of Sicily in Italy. The low coast on which it is situated is the westernmost point of the island. It is best known as the source of Marsala wine.
Marsala, a city in the northwest corner of Sicily, holds its annual procession depicting the passion, death and resurrection of Christ. Some citizens of Marsala play the various characters and the crucial moments are narrated by the gospel.
The “Saline” are located along the coast from Trapani to Marsala, and they are among the oldest in Europe. This area is a natural reserve, and inside it, there is a Salt Museum, that is possible to visit.
Indian Jewel Restaurant is hidden in the Umgelt behind the Tyn Church which serves authentic Indian cuisine. The restaurant has a luncheon daily menu with special low price that is popular among the local businesses which lasts from 11 to 4pm.