Isola di Mozia (Mothia)/ San Pantaleo

Isola di Mozia (Mothia)/ San Pantaleo ulasan, Marsala

Isola di Mozia (Mothia)/ San Pantaleo
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betteskid
Boston, MA1.014 kontribusi
This small island has some amazing history and is definitely worth visiting. You arrive and return by boat across a small lagoon that was originally used for harvesting salt. Windmills and salt pans can be seen on the boat ride making this part quite lovely. The island has a number of ancient ruins and a very nice small museum detailing the ancient history of the place.
Ditulis pada 4 Juli 2022
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Shorty55_13
Marborough, MA73 kontribusi
Teman
After a brief, enjoyable ferry trip past the salt flats and several windmills, one arrives at Pantaleo Island where the archeological site of Mozia (also known as Mothia or Motya) is located. Mozia was founded by the Phoenicians. Footpaths provide an easy walk through the various points of interest among the ruins with informational signs often available to highlight the history and past use of said sites including a water basin in which reflection of star alignments were studied. The museum houses quite a large collection of artifacts.
Ditulis pada 15 Juni 2022
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travelors2_13
Toronto, Kanada13 kontribusi
Visiting Mozia with a guide gave us an excellent introduction to life at this Carthaginian outpost and the wars with the Greek city states and later the Romans. Starting here gave us a chronological introduction to visiting Sicily. Our guide, Azzurra Cuzensa, was superb!
Ditulis pada 19 Mei 2022
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Ruth N
Columbia, MD29 kontribusi
This is a lovely place to visit for the history of the ancient settlement on this island and the archeological finds housed in the museum. The sculpture and ceramics are unusual and beautiful and the island is nice to walk around.
Ditulis pada 23 Maret 2022
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John W
4 kontribusi
Teman
Magnificent landscapes and very interesting archaeological excavations, but it is a shame the precarious state of the signs, the island is not valued as deserve.
Ditulis pada 5 November 2021
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Sharawagi
Islandia41 kontribusi
Away from it all the Island of Mozia is a remote treasure. There is little to indicate it’s existence except a small car park by the road to Marsala. It’s all very low key and there is a pretty little cafe near where you wait for the boat The boat trip out tthrough the salt flats alone is worthwhile. The archaeological site itself, which is huge, is a bit inscrutable for amateurs but the little museum is full of interesting artifacts and definitely worth seeing.
Ditulis pada 9 Mei 2021
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Gabby W
Northampton, UK58 kontribusi
Pasangan
We walked to the salt mills from our airbnb today and decided to take the 5€ boat to Mozia - I am so glad we did. The island is beautiful and serene, with some of the best preserved archaeology I have ever seen. We were fascinated all afternoon, and the artefacts in the museum impressed me more than ones I have seen in some of the world’s most famous collections. Not to be missed; a beautiful day in a beautiful and historically rich part of the world.
Ditulis pada 12 September 2020
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giorgiocannella
Roma, Italia813 kontribusi
Sendiri
The island of Motya is the Pompeii of the Phoenicians and should be declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Take the boat of your choice: direct transfer to Motya or tour of the so-called Stagnone with the possibility of getting off in Motya.
When you land on the island you will have to pay 6 euros because it is private property.
Ask for the licensed guide Virginia Aloisi.
Visiting the island with her is pleasant and engaging, you don't pay attention to the time that passes even in August under the sun.
She will take you to the Whitaker Museum, he will describe with passion the statue of the young man of Motya, you will go to the house with the mosaics, to the remains of the temple and the sacred pool of Cothon and to the remains of one of the watchtowers of the Motya walls (the so called Casermetta - Guard House).
Virginia will tell you about the native plant of the island (Mesembryanthemum crystallinum) with emerald and ruby ​​flowers that she has preserved from extinction.
Finally, she will communicate strong emotions to you by reciting poems by Renzino Barbera.
When the visit is over, you will be sad to have to leave.
Ditulis pada 20 Agustus 2020
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corinne292
Jenewa, Swiss143 kontribusi
Hate it or love it. Even if the boat trip across the lagoon doesn't seem promising. Founded at the end of the 8th c. BC thanks to its good position close to Africa and obligatory route towards Spain, Sardinia and central Italy, Mozia became one of the most flourishing Phenician colonies of the Mediterranean. At the beginning of the 20th c., an Englishman called Joseph Whitaker, curious about natural sciences and refined individual, bought the island and started excavations. A very accurate leaflet at the museum (everyone gets there for a glimpse at the sensual "Giovane di Mozia") points out 22 places (excellent map) within easy reach. Among which the Tophet, open air sanctuary where vases contained the remains of sacrifices, and the House of Mosaics, with impressive black and white animals. A strange atmosphere - no, not sad, not sad - prevails on the island, between a mystery tour and a botanical garden. Maybe what inspired Paolo Chicco's "Strabismo di Venere" (Venus' strabism), The shadow of the "Giovane di Mozia", a well-written police novel (2017), available (in Italian) at the museum.
Ditulis pada 20 Februari 2020
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KevinW12350
Calgary, Kanada34 kontribusi
Pasangan
A beautiful island for a walk on a nice day. But as far as the museum and ruins go, save your money. It’s actually pretty sad to see the lack of care and state of disrepair of the archeological sites. The signs are worn down and unreadable in many places and in one case the same sign is repeated at numerous locations. The museum has some interesting pieces but not worth the cost. The guide map we were provided was unreadable in numerous sections, like it had been miscopied. Consistent with the whole feel you get of apathy by the authorities for this site.
Ditulis pada 4 Februari 2020
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