Mazara del Vallo (Italian pronunciation: [madˈdzaːra del ˈvallo]; Sicilian: Mazzara) is a town and comune in southwestern Sicily, Italy, which lies mainly on the left bank at the mouth of the Mazaro river, administratively part of the province of Trapani.
Restaurants in Mazara del Vallo
4.5 based on 305 reviews
Do yourself a favor and go to see this beautiful church. Before visiting the church proper, you will be instructed to visit the abandoned convent next door, which is an incredible experience. Once you have done that - enter the church and be awed! Besides the beautiful interior of the sacred space, there is also a crypt that is a must see.
4.5 based on 382 reviews
I was taken by surprise by the size of this lovely old theater on the waterfront of Mazara del Vallo. We were walking by, and looking in the window of the front doors, and were invited in to see the theater. It is lovely and almost miniature in design......
4.5 based on 226 reviews
This Cathedral Church is very large and beautifully positioned close to the Lungo Mare. The front face is very beautiful as my photo shows. A large square lies behind the building from where one can gain a sense of its proportions. The architecture is predominantly baroque though its origins lie in Norman times. We definitely recommend this as one of the most interesting sites in the town and it is worth researching the long and complex history of the place.
4.5 based on 833 reviews
The story of how this remarkable Greek figure was recovered is fascinating. Some fisherman originally found an arm and later went back and eventually found the rest. It took a long time to reconstruct. We actually got to meet one of the fisherman who found this treasure!
4.5 based on 463 reviews
This is a rather small Kasbah relative to typical northern African. Nothing really special or unique.
5 based on 28 reviews
Scelto in internet per passare una giornata al mare ci siamo trovate molto bene.Massima Disponibilità da parte di Emanuele,il bagnino, nel trovarci un posto anche se era pieno,buona cucina ma soprattutto un bellissimo mare..acqua un po' freddina!
3.5 based on 234 reviews
Sea shore and water to be appreciate at every hour all day long. Also services in the area are quite good and cheap.
4 based on 36 reviews
This is a large complex near the Duomo which recently underwent restorations. The Jesuit church has the roof still missing but the columns and the site are beautiful. The ornate facade and the door are equally worth seeing. The ouster has been recently reconstructed and renovated by the city and has a lovely structure with doric column. It houses the civic museum which is now expanding.
5 based on 18 reviews
Moving experience discovering the men and women who fought the Mafia, many who paid with their lives. The museum is simple and a work in progress but the staff are delighted to explain their project to non Italian speaking visitors, since most of the exhibits (interactive) are in Italian. Do visit the nearby shop to sample confiscated goods.
5 based on 11 reviews
Abbiamo visitato la tenuta sia le vigne con annessa la splendida riserva del WWF, che la cantina con degustazione dei vini. Il luogo è estremamente pulito e si vede che vi è attenzione anche per i piccoli particolari, i vini sono di buon livello, ma soprattutto c'è passione ed entusiasmo. Da visitare.
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