Riserva Naturale Orientata Torre Salsa, Siculiana

(4.3/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
Riserva Naturale Orientata Torre Salsa is a natural reserve and wildlife area managed by WWF Italy. Extending for 762 hectares (1,880 acres), this protected area is home to a large number of Sicily's native flora and fauna, including over 30 species of birds. With approximately 6 km (3.7 mi) of coastline, the park offers a selection of natural, secluded beaches. You can also enjoy some wonderful hikes along coastline, dunes, and marshes. Be sure to bring plenty of sunscreen and water, as it can get very hot and there are few facilities available. For Riserva Naturale Orientata Torre Salsa and beyond, use our Siculiana itinerary maker to get the most from your Siculiana vacation.
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  • In the beginning we had a bit of trouble finding the right way. After that, we arrived with the car in a dirt road and steep, but slowly we reached the parking lot at a cost of 2 throughout the day. After 5 minutes less walk brings you to the natural reserve of Torre Salsa, is a show! A pristine sandy beach surrounded by nothing and overlooked by towering white cliffs. Fortunately there were too many people and we enjoyed the peace of this place. There are also natural coves of the WWF. The water is very clear and quite cool. I recommend, if you want to spend your day, to equip themselves with food because, fortunately, there are no services.
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  • To stay at the beach to enjoy the Sun, sea and sand. There were few people, and so much Beach on foot from a single entrance that someone is a little more aloof and allowing topless or nude. Near the entrance there is a paid parking arranged at least worst but the only. I do not know whether or not animals are allowed but there is someone who takes them and keep them on a leash away from people.
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  • Classic sandy, difficult to navigate and with nothing around, so go prepared food if you want to spend a few hours. In the high season the people are still there, so I don't know if you really worth ... Far from the warm months instead, you might find yourself a brood of sea turtles and then that would be great!
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  • Stunning beach. Crowded with families during the weekend, at the beginning of the beach. Ideal for naturists 😉 along some beach away textiles (people in costume).
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  • The place is also nice but there are no precise directions from various inputs we made one of the straws but the road was very bad from the visitors center c. ' is a nice panorama
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  • A wonderful and peaceful place, not very busy, it is possible to get there by car from a dirt road and leave the car in a guarded parking lot.
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  • As villas, 4 stars for our experience wasn't worth even a hideous and horrid dishes with stars, with prices from 5 stars. For our experience I wouldn't recommend to nessuno😠😠
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  • In response to the comment by: Domenico Cirasolo. The natural reserve of Torre Salsa extends over several properties belonging to individuals, including parking near one of the beaches run by its owner. Only the OASIS, which is also inside the reserve is property of WWF ... and you won't find them "the little man" of parking =).
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