Nature Reserve Saline di Priolo offers a suggestive access to the Guglia di Marcello a renovated and famous Roman monument included in this natural environment.
The Nature Reserve Saline di Priolo was created in 2000, it is located near the town of Priolo Gargallo (SR) and it covers 55 hectares. The area has been recognized by the European Community as a Special Protected Area and as a Site of Community Interest due to the preservation of natural habitats and the wild vegetation. In 2008, the reserve received the acknowledgement of “The most beautiful oasis of Italy” from the National Association of birdwatching EBN (Italy). This area also offers a suggestive access to the Guglia di Marcello a renovated and famous Roman monument included in this natural environment.
The Nature Reserve provides various information boards, workshops and guided tours to learn more information about the flora and fauna of the area to provide an educational experience for children and their families.
How to get there:
Get on A18 from Viale Paolo Orsi and SS124. Follow A18 to Via Alcide de Gasperi in Priolo Gargallo. Take the exit towards Priolo Gargallo from A18. Take Str. Marina and SP95 to Via Magnisi in Priolo Gargallo.