Club Marmara Cala Regina
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Club Marmara Cala Regina Sciacca
Travel Blogs from Sciacca
... a village of ceramic, where exactly this weekend there was a famous feast in which they cover the stair to the church with hunderds of flames. Unfortunately when we drove up we went through a thunderstorm and although by the time we arrived in the center, the rain was over, the damage was done to the ornaments on the stairs.
We could still see how it looked with the RED, WHITE and GREEN lampions that they put on the ...
... 100 metres during the biking trip. The guides made it very spectacular. You ar not allowed in the small streets, the main gates are closed but it is easy to get around those etc. It is a sad story, because during the earthquake the entire village was destroyed and left in that state and a new village was build a few kilometers aside. The village itself is still standing there without being touched ever since.
This time we found the place, but the gate was closed ...
... there is a small village next to the station (small means 5 streets) and a big palazzo. Weird at least. Never thought we would see something during the walk but you can always be surprised in Sicily. It was the hunting palace of Ferdinand when he left the mainland.
Using the free time to upload some pictures. so the pictures are from the entire trip so far. Guess what is what.
... by the farmer and 6 dogs guiding the troops over the street and between the cars. It is a nice and relaxing view.
We made that part up to Partanna. Then the guide said to buy water for the next 30 km, which we did 4,5 liters and we had already 2 liters consumed.
From there we went on with some nice hills downward, by that time it was already very hot and the water consumption went up significantly.
We then had to choose for the route A ...
... they harvested the stones for the temples of Selinunte. We took the small detour to the stone yard to see some stones being carved out. In fact what happened in 600 BC (or there about) was when the Carthages came to Sicily to drive out the people of Selinunte they litterly dropped what they were doing and went away, so the stone yard is still in the condition of how it was. Spectacular how they harvested the columns out of the ...