B&B Santa Venera alla Badia

 

 

We are situated in the territory of Marsala, two kilometres from the historic town centre. Via Badia (Badia Road), which takes its name from one of the hundred districts which make up the territory of Marsala, is renowned for the greeness and tranquillity of its position. The road is just 300 metres long and leads onto the main Trapani-Marsala road, SS 115. It is easy to reach the historic town centre, also with public transport. In the district, within a few hundred metres, are tennis courts, restaurants, pizzerias, etc ..................

 

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A HISTORY dating back thousands of years to the Phoenicians and then on through the Romans, the Arabs, the Spanish to Garibaldi, and evidence of these different periods is to be found in the Punic Ship Museum, the Archeological Museum, the Roman Villa, the Tapestry Museum, the Garibaldi Museum, and the historic town centre which is full of monuments. The SEA, clear and uncontaminated, bathes kilometres of splendid sandy beaches, equipped for relaxation, sport, entertainment and gastronomia. The WINE, characterised by history and a pulsating business vitality, vineyards as far as the eye can see, the numerous “Baglios” in the country and the many wine companies with wineries full of ancient mementos and advanced technologies, open for interesting visits and tastings. The SALT, collected from hundreds of salt pans, where the ever-changing colours of the sky are reflected, and formed into hundreds of small white mountains which stretch as far as the eye can see. The “STAGNONE”, a paradise on earth of warm, calm waters where pink flamingoes fly, and at the centre of which is the fascinating island of Mozia. The EVENTS, such as Easter with the Holy Week Processions which are full of mystique – one on the Thursday with groups in costume representing the Passion of Christ through the streets of the town, and one on the Good Friday when the statue of the Virgin Mary is accompanied through the streets by two long emotional processions. The celebrations for Garibaldi, 11 May, which recall the historic land, with conferences and parades.