Salina, which is the greenest island of the archipelago, has always been populated since prehistory (fifth millennium BC). It comprises beautiful archaeological settlements such as Portella, a Middle Bronze Age hamlet (fifteenth/thirteenth century BC). There are also Roman termal baths in Barone area (their structures were then adapted to create a fish factory). The natural lake of the small village of Lingua is absolutely wonderful. Here the ruins of an ancient Roman salt mine are still visible and likely to be the reason underlying the origins of the name of the island. Some shelters dug in the rock are worth to be seen. They were excavated by ancient fishermen in the splendid bay of Pollara.
Salina through nature, archaeology, food&wine
- Also available in French
- Duration 8 hours
- Price per group from € 320.00
The above-mentioned price does not include transport to and from the location.
The above-mentioned price does not include the entrance ticket to the monuments and the museums, where required.